The Una Community Volunteer Fire Department is located in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The department's coverage area includes 3.8 square miles of residential and commercial properties. We average about 400 calls a year with about 150 of those being actual fires. We are currently an ISO class 3 department. The department has both paid and volunteer firefighters. Some of the duties of our paid personnel are routine maintenance, fire inspections, pre-fire planning, and records keeping. We are members of the South Carolina Fireman's Association, and participate in the NFIRS. If you would like any other information feel free to send us an email to jhadden@unafd.org. Thanks for visiting our site and check back often for changes.
Mission
The Una Fire Department's mission is to protect lives, property, and the environment in the Una Community Fire Department District. This is achieved by extinguishing hostile fires, enforcing fire codes, presenting life-safety education programs, rescuing persons in danger, controlling hazardous materials incidents, and mitigating the effects of natural disasters.
FIRE EVENTS FOR OUR DEPARTMENT FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2019
TOTAL OF ALL CALLS 2019 - 259
TOTAL OF ALL CALLS 2018 - 875
TOTAL OF ALL CALLS 2017 - 868

TOTAL OF ALL CALLS 2016 - 817
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Training...
just one of the ways we save your life.


SMOKE DETECTORS...
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Check your smoke alarm and change the batteries.                          This is our 60th Anniversary for the Una Fire Department