CALL 911 for Ambulance, Fire and Police.
Law Enforcement is provided by Pamlico County Sheriffs Department and by the Town Police of Bayboro and Oriental.
Fire protection is given by the all-volunteer departments listed below. They are on-call 24 hrs per day to fight fires, help with extrication, traffic control and other emergencies.
Click here to download the Pamlico County Emergency Operations Plan.
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E-911 Addressing/Street Name Ordinance
GIS Mapping Link
||Name of Department
||394 Olympia Road
||105 Holland Drive
||Grantsboro & Silverhill VFD
||35 NC 306 South
||8233 NC 306 South
||202 Fourth Street, Bayboro
Southeast Pamlico VFD
Southeast Pamlico #2
182 Straight Road
2779 Orchard Creek Road
||1042 Pennsylvania Avenue
||Goose Creek Island VFD
5212 Lowland Road
5208 Florence Road
Pamlico Rescue, based in Bayboro, responds to medical emergencies for all of Pamlico County and, for serious cases, provides Advanced Life Support (ALS) and ambulance service for the County.
In the Southeast Pamlico VFD and Arapahoe VFD areas, a team of First Responders provides medical treatment until Pamlico Rescue ambulance arrives on the scene.
For major trauma cases Eastcare will airlift patients by helicopter to appropriate trauma centers.
We need volunteers for fire departments and for rescue. If you are 18 years or older, have a high school education and want to help, contact any of the fire and rescue squads or contact the Emergency Management Coordinator at the Pamlico County Courthouse for information on how to join.
Can we find you?
Your house or apartment number should be clearly visible from the road so that our emergency response team can find you at 2 o'clock in the morning.
On-The-Water Use Marine Channel 16:
The emergency marine channel 16 alerts the Coastguard Station at Hobucken and can also be used to contact Deaton's US Tow Boat services 24 hours per day.
Helpful Links to other Emergency Services