We need your support!
Over the past several years, CBVFR has witnessed a tremdous increase in the call volume for fire and rescue services in the Currituck Outer Banks 4x4 area. The time has come to improve response times in the southern portion of our service district. The best way to do this is to build a second station (Station 7-2) within the first 6 miles of the 12-mile service district. Currently all of our resources are housed at the northern end of the 12-mile stretch at MP 21.5.
In addition to improving response time, equipping Station 7-2 with response apparatus will limit the wear and tear on response vehicles that now have to cover 12-miles of very rough terrain. Additionally, we are hopeful that property owner insurance rates will decrease as this will put our whole service area within five miles of a fire station.
CBVFR would like to give you an opportunity to be a part of the next phase of our growth by providing your financial support to make Station 7-2 a reality! The good news is that we have already purchased property in the Swan Beach subdivision and have fire and rescue apparatus ready for the station. Building a new station in the 4x4 area to withstand the harsh environment, hurricanes, and storms will be expensive. Your donation will assist us in erecting a structure to house our equipment, installation of a helipad for emergency airlifts, site work, and provide us with the tools we need to quickly respond where and when we are needed.
Carova Beach Volunteer Fire and Rescue
2169 Ocean Pearl Rd
Corolla, NC 27927
For emergencies, call 911.
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We welcome new members
Interested in joining? General membership meetings are held the second Saturday of each month at Station 7.