Director:
Kim Robertson
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Physical Address:
Law Enforcement Center
120 S. Third Street
Smithfield, NC 27577
 
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 530
Smithfield, NC 27577
 
Phone: 919-989-5050
Fax: 919-989-5052
Johnston County Fire Department ISO Ratings

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

 If you do not know which fire district you are in, please click here.

Fire Department/Fire District

Town Rating

Rural Rating

50/210

 

5/9E 2

Antioch/O’Neals

 

4/9E 2

Archer Lodge

 

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-Holder

 

9E

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

4

4/9E 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 Cty)

 

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.