Duck Volunteer Fire Department is located on the northern Outer Banks of North Carolina in the Town of Duck. The Town has a year-round population of 520 which increases to over 20,000 during the peak season months of April through October. Duck is a combination department with a career Chief, Deputy Chief, two Captains, and Lieutenant in addition to 29 volunteers (officers and firefighters) who serve the Town's residents in the event of an emergency.

Duck responds to an average of 450 emergency calls a year which consist of: emergency medical; fire suppression; automobile accidents; and ocean rescue. The Department has a county wide mutual aid agreement including Corolla.

Duck Fire is always looking for individuals who are willing to serve the Town as volunteer firefighters. If you are interested in joining the Duck Fire Department, we would be happy to have you!

Please contact either Chief Donna Black at 252-261-3929 or via email at
Donna Black or Deputy Chief Bill Walker at 252-261-3929 or via email at Bill Walker.

Duck Volunteer Fire Department

Chief Donna Black

1259 Duck Road

Duck, NC 27949

Emergency: 911 | Office: 252-261-3929 | Fax: 252-261-5961