Fire Station 9

Station 9

Fire Station No. 9 was officially dedicated on December 17, 2008. Located at 1020 Ivey Cline Road, the station was staffed an engine company, ladder company, and a battalion chief begining December 4, 2008. This is the first of three stations proposed to serve the rapidly expanding “Western Growth Area” of Concord. Considered a “Battalion Station”, it  serves as the focal point for coordinated response in Battalion 2 providing fire & rescue service to the western side of Concord and the I-85 corridor. The companies assigned to this station also provide critical service to existing areas of the city currently served by Engines 5, 6, and 7. The station is located at the intersection of Ivey Cline Road and Poplar Tent Road adjacent to Interstate 85. Units assigned to this station include: Engine Company 9, Ladder Company 9, Haz-Mat 9, Decon 9, and Battalion 2. Fire Station 9 also includes one Community/Training Room which can be sub-divided for use by the public.

Specialty:  Hazardous Material Response

Fire Station No.9’s first due area includes a mixture of residential, multi-family, industrial, commercial occupancies, race shops, Concord Regional Airport as well as the I-85 corridor.

City of Concord Recognized Neighborhoods within Fire Station No. 9’s area include:

  • Gable Oaks
  • Highland Creek
  • Kings Crossing


    Engine Co. 9

    Engine No. 9

    2008 Pierce Velocity, 2000 gpm pumper with 1000 tank.


    Ladder Co. 9

    Ladder No. 9

    2001 American LaFrance, 2000gpm quint with 700 tank and 75-foot aerial ladder.


    Haz-Mat 9

    Haz-Mat 9

    2003 Freightliner Tractor/Hackney haz-mat unit.


    Decon 9

     Decon 9

    2008 Sterling Tractor/Trailer


    Battalion 2

    2012 Ford F-150