McDowell County

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McDowell County
McDowell County is listed in the Government Services category in Marion, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for McDowell County which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of McDowell County on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for McDowell County is:
41 S Garden St
Marion, NC 28752
(828) 652-3982
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McDowell County EMS shared a link.
Phone outages across McDowell County are being reported. This is affecting both landline and cell service.This issue is also affecting the 911 Center on an intermittent basis. Charter outages in Marion are also being reported for phone and Internet. Emergency personnel are standing by at local ...

Great news and progress for McDowell County EMS. http://www.mcdowellnews.com/news/mcdowell-commissioners-support-four-station-restructuring-for-ems/article_c9f0e748-292b-11e7-9146-7fc630e70f39.html
The McDowell County Commissioners gave their support Monday to a plan proposed by Emergency Services Director William Kehler which would create two new EMS stations, both serving Marion and the

McDowell County EMS shared U.S. Forest Service - National Forests in North Carolina's post.
The glow from the Dobson Knob Fire could be seen from the North Cove community last night. Photos by Steve Ohnesorge, WBTV.

McDowell County EMS shared U.S. Forest Service - National Forests in North Carolina's photo.
Warm, dry weather this afternoon caused the Dobson Knob Fire to grow to 200 acres. The fire remains 0% contained. The Dobson Knob Fire was reported yesterday evening, Sunday April 9th. The Fire is burning in McDowell County on the north side of Dobson Knob near the North Cove Community, north of Marion, NC. Today, firefighters worked to on structure protection for 35 residences and 10 minor structures that are threatened by the fire. Minor burnout operations took place around structures nearest the fire. Fire managers scouted the area for potential firelines on the south and west sides of the fire. The area around Dobson Knob is steep and rocky. Fire managers are looking to fall back to existing defensible firelines where possible. The area has a long history of wildfire, most recently the Bald Knob Fire in 2015. In order to protect public and firefighter safety, an area closure is now in effect. This closure covers all U.S. Forest Service lands north of Mountains to Sea Trail (Tr #440) and Dobson Knob Road (Forest Service Road #106), east of North Fork of Catawba River, south Old Linville Rd (State Road 1560), and west of Overmountain Victory Trail (Tr #308G). Closures are also in place for the Mountains to Sea Trail (Trail #440) from the North Fork of the Catawba River to Old NC 105 (SR 1238 / Kistler Memorial Highway) and Dobson Knob Road (FSRD 106). Communities in the North Cove, Woodlawn, and Linville Falls Communities as well as areas to the north of the fire may experience dense smoke overnight and tomorrow morning. Travelers along 221N should expect to experience smoke along the roadway. The fire started on private property and is now burning on both private land and U.S. Forest Service land on the Grandfather Ranger District of Pisgah National Forest. The North Carolina Forest Service, U.S. Forest Service, McDowell County Emergency Management, and local Volunteer Fire Departments are responding. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

MCDEMS assisted with medical standby for the annual Tour De Lure race that took place on Saturday. Fortunately our crews were not called upon for any serious accidents. Its always a privilege to work alongside such wonderful community partners, to protect the citizens and visitors of McDowell County.