For all emergencies dial 911
Welcome to Brunswick County Emergency Services. We are committed to providing the most responsive, effective and efficient services to the citizens and visitors of Brunswick County. We provide paramedic-level emergency medical care, fire department support operations, fire code inspections, fire investigations and emergency management and planning services for Brunswick County.
- 3325 Old Ocean Highway (Building C)
- Open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Call (910) 253-5383
- Email email@example.com
Emergency Services Resources
- Sign up for the Access & Functional/Special Medical Needs Registry
- Sign up for Public Safety alerts on your cell phone, home phone, unlisted number or other mobile device
Hurricane Season Preparedness
To assist in being prepared before, during, and after a storm, review the following links for helpful information.
- Emergency Services Hurricane Preparedness
- NC Department of Public Safety: 2020 Hurricane Guide (PDF)
- NC Department of Public Safety: 2020 Guia Sobre Hurricanes (PDF)
- From FEMA: How to Prepare for a Hurricane (PDF)
- Ready.gov: Hurricanes
Hurricane Isaias Resources
- The North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will be in Brunswick County Thursday, August 6, 2020, to assess the damage from Hurricane Isaias and assist storm victims with property claims. Individuals can meet with Commissioner Causey and the NCDOI staff as the NCDOI Disaster Response Center from 10am – 3pm at the Lowe’s Home Improvement parking lot in Shallotte – 351 Whiteville Road, Shallotte, NC 28470.
- Residents of Brunswick County who received damage as a result of Hurricane Isaias can self-report their damages by CLICKING HERE. Crews will be working throughout the county and towns conducting damage assessments that are used to compile data that is then used by the State of North Carolina to determine if the damages from Hurricane Isaias have reached a level that would qualify Brunswick County for any federal assistance. Federal Assistance can be either Public Assistance (PA) relating to infrastructure and government services (as well as some non-profit agencies) or Individual Assistance (IA) which is assistance that directly assists the residents of the county. Federal Programs and funding are typically not made available without these damage assessments. Homeowners will still need to report damages to their individual insurance companies and will still have to apply to any programs that become available.
- For additional community resources related to Hurricane Isaias, please CLICK HERE
Hurricane Dorian Resources
From NCDHHS: Hurricane Dorian Recovery Information
From Trillium Health Resources
While most of the Trillium Health Resources catchment area escaped without extensive damage caused by Hurricane Dorian, we understand that some of our members and their families along with providers were negatively impacted by the storm. Trillium would like to support our members and families to be linked with the supports available in their communities and surrounding areas.
To communicate the needs of members and families, please call our 24-Hour Access to Care Line at 1-877-685-2415.