Welcome to Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue
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Merry Christmas CLFR from your family at Prosciutto's pizza!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you sir, Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas from Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Cornelius station 1 assisted Lake Norman fire department with a large structure fire today. ... See MoreSee Less
As reported before everyone 99% of the time.
Thanks for all you do to keep our community safe. Stay safe and have a wonderful Christmas.
As reported by WSOC-TV earlier today: www.wsoctv.com/news/local/firefighters-battle-flames-shooting-home-mooresville/XK43W3JJDJG33FF6AP...
And overnight gas leak has forced a road closure of Westmoreland Rd between Lake Pines and Statesville Rd. As of this post the ETA to have the road opened is around 3hrs. Please plan your travel accordingly. ... See MoreSee Less
Saturday was a busy day for Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue. Cornelius Firefighters led the Annual North Mecklenburg Christmas Parade presenting the United States Flag followed by Engine 6 and H&L44. Later that evening the department hosted the annual FD Christmas Party and Awards Banquet at Kadi Fit in the Oak St Mill. We would like to thank our retirees and our town officials for joining us.
We would like to congratulate the following members
Matthew Greco - 5 Years of Service
Brad Blackmon - 10 Years of Service
Ashton Chaney - 10 Years of Service
David Chaney - 10 Years of Service
Capt. EJ McCormick - 10 Years of Service
Deputy Chief Andrew Bridges - 15 Years of Service
Rick Roy - 15 Years of Service
John Lang - 20 Years of Service
Chief Guerry Barbee - 25 Years of Service
Firefighter of the Year - Mel Kelly
Numerous Company Citations were given to crews for their exemplary performance on major incidents as well as to FF Peter Blaich for organizing a donation drive with local citizen Amanda Mandy for a family that was displaced from their home after a working fire in their residence last December.
Cornelius firemen also responded to 10 calls for service on Saturday including three possible structure fires, an inside gas leak, a traffic accident and numerous EMS runs. ... See MoreSee Less
Are you guys a career or volunteer dept?
We are very lucky to have you serving our community!
Thank you guys and gals for your service and dedication🇺🇸
Proud to see the honor guard still running strong. I remember standing that up with Guerry, James, Curtis, Jeremy, Jamey, Kevin, and several others! Good times...
Congrats on the promotion Andrew Bridges
2 months ago
Cornelius-Lemley FD - Received Chief Barbee's letter in the mail today. My family's donation is in the mail. As a professional that works with fire departments across the East Coast I know all fire departments are not created equal. I hope all the residents of Cornelius know how lucky we are to have your department answering our emergency needs! ... See MoreSee Less
PSA: when piling your leaves at the curb for pick up please avoid covering fire hydrants. In the middle of the night this can become almost impossible to see. Thank you for your cooperation. ... See MoreSee Less
I don't get these HOA paid blowers who blow everyone's leaves in the street...then just leave them there. I've driven down the same street for a wk. Leaves still there. Except when it is really windy, and some of those leaves are right back in homeowners' yards.
Yes this is townhomes and the owners have zero say in who the HOA hires or when to expect services to be scheduled
The landscapers have been doing it and just leaving them there. Its horrible!
Great reminder. Sometimes you don’t think about that.
Common sense is a flower that doesn't grow in everyone's garden.
If this is by the town homes then landmark did it and will suck them up today...supposedly
So think about this. Your tax dollars pay for the leaf vacuuming service. If you hire a landscaper, your service fee typically includes hauling debris away (like when they prune trees/shrubs). So if your landscape service is not taking the leaves away, you’re in essence paying twice. Talk to your landscapers to understand exactly what you’re paying for.
Today Hook & Ladder 44 had the opportunity to drill on commercial roof operations. Thanks To the Huntersville Fire Dept. for the invite! ... See MoreSee Less
Love it! As always, y'all keep up the great work and stay safe out there.
Seagrave tiller and a Seagrave Aerialscope..... beautiful!
Team work. That’s what it’s all about.
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Today the duty crew was treated to a meal prepared for them by our wonderful neighbors in Antiquity. Such an awesome gesture to have a great meal prepared for these members while they’re away from their families. We would like to thank the Thomas family for heading this up!
The following families from Antiquity contributed to make this day special.
Shari Harrison, Barry Ryalls, Chad Huck, Stacy Haponik, Lisa Sharp, Janice Belter, Jane Laurencelle, Sally Cleveland, Kristen & Chris Senvisky, Carrie Cardwell, Suzanne Brickley, Susan Bumgarner, Amy Duncan, Pam Lilley, Megan Kemp, Tom Gregory, Lauren Blackley, and maybe more! ... See MoreSee Less
Fantastic- THE CORNELIUS WAY! Happy Thanksgiving to all! Thank you Antiquity!!
Awesome! Happy Thanksgiving!🦃
Such wonderful neighbors
We are so blessed to call Cornelius home!!
Happy to be a part of it all....
Thank you all for your service to our community! It’s greatly appreciated. ❤️
We would like to thank everyone who came out today and participated in our Pictures with Santa Event. This year may have been the busiest ever. Santa Gene Ervin and TSS Photography’s Ashley Goodrich were presented with plaques in sincere appreciation for their dedication and service to our department for a number of years. Gene and Ashley donate their time and the proceeds to our department every year and we are extremely grateful for both of them. ... See MoreSee Less
We are all set up for today’s Pictures with Santa Event. Doors are open from 2PM to 6PM at Station 1 - 19729 S. Main St. Come out and see us! Special Thanks to TSS Photography for sponsoring the event!!! ... See MoreSee Less
2019 Hose Testing Season ... See MoreSee Less
Cornelius Fire Department station 2 had some cool visitors today from Grand Oak Elementary. They learned where we live for our shift, how a firefighter looks and sounds with all their gear on, and they also got to climb around inside our trucks. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for having us!!! ❤️
Thank you guys for being so patient with our kiddos!
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Save the date - Pictures with Santa will be at Station 1 on November 24th from 2:00pm until 6:00pm. This is a FREE event and open to the public! Special Thanks goes to TSS Photography for sponsoring this event every year!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Does Cornelius fire department drive through the neighborhoods with Santa?