The Pilot Mountain Volunteer Fire Department Hall
This hall was built in 1996 on land donated by Eugene and Shirley Symbalisty. The hall itself has three bay doors which house four vehicles, two engines, one tender, and one squad vehicle. On the ground floor the hall has an office, a large training room, vehicle bays with shelving and storage for equipment, and on the second floor there is a kitchen and a recreational space. The hall also serves as a recreational facility for community events, run by the Recreation Commission. The hall is sometimes a site for local elections, as well as many community events like holiday parties and garage sales.
On the property are several underground water tanks. There are also tanks located near Discovery Road and on North Kelly.
The Pilot Mountain Volunteer Fire Department coverage areas are:
Chief Lake Rd from Pilot Mountain Rd to just past Aquarius Rd Map
North Kelly Rd from Christopher to Farms Rd Map
Make sure to also check out our Message From the Chief, Officers and Firefighters, PMVFD History, and Vehicles pages.