Fire & Emergency Management
OPEN-BURNING BAN – PROHIBICIÓN DE QUEMAR AL AIRE LIBRE
Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management works to protect the citizens of Duplin County through prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. Working with public and private sectors involving local, state, and federal partners, Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management seeks to provide a customer service focused program for all of the citizens and visitors of Duplin County.
- ALE Permits
- Disaster Preparedness & Plan Review
- Emergency Drill Coordination and Facilitation
- Emergency Incident Response
- Fire Origin & Cause Investigations
- Fire Prevention Public Education
- NC Fire Prevention Code Inspections & Permits
Note: All Code, Plan & Permit Reviews require one electronic copy and one hard copy submitted, and are subject to 7 days for review once documentation is received.
Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management manages and serves the 25 fire departments that provide service to districts inside Duplin County. Working to help these fire departments to reduce their insurance ratings, allows the department to provide better service and to reduce homeowners’ insurance premiums. Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management also serves as a working component of the Duplin County Firefighters’ Association. To see more about this group please click the link.
Duplin County Fire & Emergency Management serves as a working component of the Duplin County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). The Duplin County LEPC serves to protect and inform the public on regulations and reporting of organizations that handle hazardous materials. To see more about this group please click the link above.
Weather Information – Ready NC
Duplin County Fire Department Insurance Ratings
National Weather Service – Newport-Morehead City Office
Fireworks Safety Information
Open Burning Laws
Obtain an Online Burning Permit
Fire Tax Estimated Revenue FY22