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The North Oakland County Fire Authority (aka: NOCFA) was formed in 1984. Our department is located in Holly, Michigan. Our primary response area is 69 square miles consisting of Holly and Rose Township. Our area is rural and zoned primarily residential and agricultural. Our current population is 10,112. On average we respond to about 700 calls including mutual aid calls to other departments. We provide 24/7-Fire Suppression, Rescue Services, Hazmat Operations/Technical services; and ALS Medical Transporting. Our department has a full-time Fire Chief and Training Officer, along with 49 active paid-on-call members, including medical only personnel and scene support members.

Beyond the residential population, services are delivered to nonprofit day/overnight camps, several state parks and recreation areas, 3 schools and the Great Lakes National Cemetery. Significant exposures within our township include 15 miles of CSX Railroad and 10 miles of Canadian National Railroad that run the complete length of our area as well as a 60,000 gallon LPG storage facility, a central distribution natural gas routing hub and a large diameter high pressure natural gas transmission pipeline. Our service area also covers over 5 miles of Interstate 75 and a full service truck stop.

Our county company and radio designation is station 8.

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N.O.C.F.A. Current Events
Fire Prevention Week 2014
Posted on 31 Aug 2014


The North Oakland Fire Authority will be hosting our annual Fire Prevention Week Open House on Saturday October 11th from 1-4pm at our NOCFA station 1 located at 5051 Grange Hall Rd to promote "Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives!" Through these educational, family-oriented activities, residents can learn more about the importance of working smoke alarms and testing them monthly.
NOCFA has FREE smoke detectors available to Holly Township and Rose Township residents. For more information call 248-634-4511

The North Oakland County Fire Authority wants to remind everyone that WORKING SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES!
Working smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, "Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!"
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SAFELY WEATHERING MICHIGAN WINTERS
Posted on 04 Jan 2014

What does a winter storm watch mean???
A winter storm watch means conditions are right for a severe storm to develop within 36 to 48 hours. Avoid going outside or traveling -- the safest place to be during a winter storm is indoors.
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