Listed below are the public protection classifications for the fire districts in Johnston County.


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Fire Department/District Town Rating Rural Rating
50/210 5/9E 2
Antioch/O'Neals 4/9E 2
Archer Lodge 3 3/9E 2
Benson/Banner 4 4/9E 1
Bentonville 7/9E 2
Bethany/Shoeheel 6/9E 2
Blackman’s Crossroads 6/9E 2
Brogden 6/9E 2
Clayton/Claytex 4 5/9E 2
Cleveland/McLemore 4/9E 1
Corinth-Holders 4/9E 1
Elevation 4/9E 1
Four Oaks/Wynn 4 4/9E 2
Kenly/Beulah 4 5/9E 2
Meadow 9E
Micro 5 5/9E 1
Pine Level/Pi-Le 7 7/9S 2
Princeton/Boon Hill 5 5/9E 1
Selma/Selma Rural 4 4/9E 2
Smithfield/Smithfield Rural 3 3/9E 2
Strickland’s Crossroads 5/9E 2
Thanksgiving 6/9S 1
West Johnston 5/9E 2
Wilson’s Mills 3 3/9E 2
 
Nahunta (Wayne County) 6
Oakland (Wayne County) 6
Newton Grove (Sampson County) 7/9E 2

Notes:


1 In this district, the split rating indicates that real property within 1000’ of a pressurized hydrant or drafting point receives the lower class rating.

2 In this district, the split rating indicates that all real property within 5 miles of the fire station receives the lower class rating (hydrant distance does not apply).

The 9S rating signifies that the minimum requirements to be a rated fire department in the State of North Carolina in a 5 Mile district have been met.

The 9E rating signifies that the minimum requirements to be a rated fire department in the State of North Carolina in a 6 Mile district have been met. The property greater than 5 miles (but less than 6 miles) carries a Class 9 rating.

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