North Station

911 Highway 45 Corinth, MS 38834

In November 2011, thanks to the Assistance to Firefighters Station Construction Grant (ARRA-SCG) under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the North Station was opened. Biggersville Fire & Rescue was the only recipient of the ARRA-SCG in the State of Mississippi. The award is the largest AFG/FEMA grant awarded in the history of Alcorn County.

The North Station is a 3-bay drive-thru station design with living quarters, a full kitchen, day room, restrooms, storage area, dedicated helipad, decontamination facilities, and the Biggersville Training Center. This Training Center will be available to our community for training classes, elections and many more events. Monthly training classes will be taught an no expense to the public and will include classes like CPR, Basic First Aid, and Operation of a Fire Extinguisher. The bay areas will be equipped with state-of-the-art diesel exhaust ventilation systems, automatic door timers and solar efficient lighting.


Helipad Information:

All visitng flight crews are requested to review this information. Safe arrival, departure and ground operations of the aircraft are our primary concern. Since the Biggersville North Station is a 100% volunteer station, ground personnel may or may not be available to assist incoming flight teams.

  • Latitude/Longitude: N 34 53.107 / W 088 33.187
  • Elevation: 412 ft.
  • Ingress/Egress: Primary ingress/egress routes from the Northwest.
  • Initial Contact Frequency (IC FREQ): 155.340 MHz (MS Statewide Medical Channel)
  • Secondary Contact Frequency: 154.430 MHz (Local Volunteer Fire Channel)
  • Dimensions/Surface: 40 ft. X 40 ft. elevated concrete helipad
  • Perimeter Lights: Automatically activated during evening, night and early morning hours. Manually activated during low-light situations by personnel on the ground. Please attempt contact on IC FREQ for assistance.
  • Cautions: No dedicated aircraft is stationed here. Please watch for other incoming air traffic before and during landing and takeoff. Power lines run paralell to US Hwy 45 on the East side of the helipad. Use caution during cold weather for ice on the pad.
  • Capabilities:
    • Helipad Weight Limit: 12,000 lbs.
    • Maximum Capacity: One Helicopter
    • Restricted Use: Military Blackhawk and Huey helicopters
  • Notice: This is a privately owed and maintained helipad. No FAA Designation is assigned to this location.
  • Contact Information:
    • Alcorn County E-911: 662-286-7711
    • Magnolia Regional Health Center EMS: 662-293-1167