Pleasant Valley Fire Department sits in Indian Land, South Carolina. Just south of the Charlotte, N.C. border, we are the "Protectors of the Panhandle". Two stations cover about 17 square miles from the NC border of two different counties, to the York County, SC border and lastly down into the southern part of Indian Land.
From our early beginnings in 1956 using Crawford's Garage as a place to park the first fire truck, to our award winning modern station on Possum Hollow Road, Pleasant Valley Fire Department has a passion to provide the residences and businesses in our district and the surrounding area with Fire and Rescue services of top quality and a symbol the community can be proud of.
The Pleasant Valley Community ranges from farm land to 4-Story single family dwellings and hotels to global manufacturing businesses'. We run 2 Engines, 1 Truck Company, 1 Rescue, 1 Brush Truck, 1 Tanker and a quick response vehicle. Check out our social media.
We're here 24/7 365, if you need us, call us, we'll be there.