Below you will find some external resources and external links that we hope will be helpful.
Clayton Fire FAQ
The Clayton Fire Department doesn’t work alone! We rely heavily on the help of you the citizens and our great partner agencies to help keep the community safe. Check out all of these great organizations and super sources of information that help us fulfill our fire safety mission. Click here to check out the Clayton Fire FAQ page.
Code Red Emergency Alert System
One of the best tools to get you vital public safety information quickly...whether it's a warning about an approaching hurricane, a power outage, a boil water advisory, or other emergency...is something called CodeRED. The system, managed though Johnston County, allows all residents and businesses to receive a phone call, text or email alert when important or potentially urgent public safety or service related events happen. This service is absolutely FREE! All information is kept confidential and you won’t be pestered with nuisance calls…alerts are only made regarding legitimate public safety or public service matters. And if you think you've may have already subscribed, take a second to just make sure we have your updated phone numbers and email address. If you do not have internet access, you may call 919-553-1520 (during office hours, M-F 8AM until 5PM) for assistance with signing up. Visit the CodeRed Emergency Alert System Website.
NC State Fireman's Association
The mission of the North Carolina State Firemen’s Association is to serve our 51,000+ members. We will respond to our member’s needs by using effective means of communication, providing defined financial benefits and developing needed programs. Click here to visit the NC State Fireman's Association.
NC Association of Fire Chiefs
The mission of the North Carolina Association of Fire Chiefs is to provide a wide range of programs designed to meet the needs and enhance the skills of Fire Service managers, so they may better protect and educate the fire service and public from the adverse effects of fire, sudden medical emergencies, or exposure of dangerous conditions created by either man or nature. Click here to visit the NC Association of Fire Chiefs.
We support our mission by promoting informed and progressive leadership through professionalism, dedication and integrity. We shall also foster a professional and personal relationship among our membership, and each strive to assist the return of our personnel safely to their families. View the ENCFA website.
NCFFF is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes, more specifically to lead the effort to remember North Carolina ’s fallen firefighters and their families. The NCFFF will compile, maintain, and make available information concerning our fallen firefighters. The NCFFF will act in the best interest of the firefighters of North Carolina and supplement the efforts of other North Carolina based Fire Service and Government Agencies and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. The NCFFF will endeavor to cultivate a fraternal spirit among the firefighters as they endure the loss of their fellow firefighter. Visit the NCFFF website.
Johnston County Emergency Services
The Johnston County Emergency Services Department provides leadership and support to minimize the impact of disasters and other emergencies on the health, safety and property of the Citizens of Johnston County, their businesses and environment through comprehensive, integrated Emergency Management, Fire, and Emergency Medical Programs.
Visit the Johnston County Emergency Services website.
National Weather Service
The mission of the NWS is to provide weather, water, and climate data, forecasts and warnings for the protection of life and property and enhancement of the national economy.
Visit the National Weather Service page.
FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.
Visit the FEMA website.