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 Fire Chief  396-8121

 Deputy Fire Chief

 396-9248
 Assistant Chief, Training/Support Services  907-2228
 Assistant Chief, Fire Prevention  432-6729
 Assistant Chief, Operations  396-1504
 Battatlion Chief 1 - Station 1  643-8246
 Battatlion Chief 2 - Station 3  396-4136

 Fire Station's

 

Bldg. 2-5935

Headquarters 396-8121

Fire Prevention 432-6727

 

DES Headquarters

DES Headquarters

DES Headquarters is located on Butner Rd and houses the management functions of the department as well as the Fire Prevention Branch. 

 

Bldg. 6-9572

Station 1

396-3015

 Fire Station 1 Picture 

Fire Station 1(Built 1954 – Refurbished 2011)

Fire Station 1 is located at Honeycutt Rd and Knox St and houses one Engine Company, a Heavy Rescue unit, and a 100ft aerial platform.  Units at Fire Station 1 are primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 1 while providing support to Districts 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 as a component of their initial full alarm assignment.  The administrative functions of Assistant Chief for Shift Operations (Battalion 1) are located here as well.  Battalion 1 is responsible for calls originating in Districts 1, 2, and 6.  

Bldg. P-4539

Station 2

396-9991

 Fire Station 2 Picture 

Fire Station 2 (Built 1957 – Refurbished 2010)

Fire Station 2 is located at Simmons Army Airfield on Parham Blvd and houses two Striker 1500 ARFF (Airport Rescue Fire Fighting) vehicles and one Engine.  They are responsible for both structural and aircraft responses.  Primary aircraft include the OH-58 (D), UH-60 (L) (M), AH-64 (D), CH-47 (D) (F), CASA 212, and a single C-12.  Units at Fire Station 2 are primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 2.  Beginning this past year they started supporting District 1 on an as needed basis and have also supported the surrounding locality through Mutual Aid agreements as a component of their initial full alarm assignment.  

Bldg. B-7002

Station 3

396-5654

 Station 3 Picture 

Fire Station 3 (Built 2004)

Fire Station 3 is located at Longstreet and Manhay and houses one Engine Company.  The company at Fire Station 3 is primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 3 but also supports Districts 1 and 5 as a component of their initial full alarm assignment.  Battalion 2 operates out of this station and is responsible for calls originating in Districts 3, 4, and 5.  

Bldg. T-2766

Station 4

396-9014

 Station 4 Picture 

 

Fire Station 4 (Built 1983 – Refurbished 2004)

Fire Station 4 provides fire protection coverage at an auxiliary airfield approximately 35 miles west of main post protecting District 4.  It is a small station and houses two 1500 gallon E-One Titan Aircraft Firefighting vehicles and one Engine.  The Mackall auxiliary airfield is in use at all hours throughout the year but primary operations occur at night.  All aircraft types located at Simmons AAF can be seen here along with C-17/C-5, C-130, V-22 Ospreys, and the occasional MH-60. Units at Fire Station 4 are responsible for first alarm assignments in District 4.  

Bldg. E-3673

Station 5

432-5850

 Station 5 Picture 

Fire Station 5 (Built 1989)

Fire Station 5 is located at Canopy Ln and Yadkin Rd and houses one Engine company and a Heavy Rescue Unit.  Units at Fire Station 5 are primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 5 and they also support Districts 1 and 3 as a component of their initial full alarm assignment.  

Bldg. L-3602

Station 6

643-3601

 Station 6 Picture 

Fire Station 6 (Built 2011)

The Linden Oaks housing area Community Emergency Services Station is a “LEED Platinum” facility which houses one Engine Company.  It is also home to an EMS crew of two and an MP patrol unit.  The unit at Fire Station 6 is primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 6 but is also a component of the initial full alarm assignment for reported fires or major incidents with the surrounding local community. 

 Bldg. R-0250

Station 7

394-1687

Training

394-2902

 Station 7 Picture 

Fire Station 7 (Built 1956)

The Pope Army Airfield fire station located on Boxcar St is home to nine apparatus.  There are four ARFF vehicles, two engines, three MWS (Mobile Water Supply) tankers, one quick response Haz-Mat vehicle, several Haz-Mat support trailers, and is the home of Battalion Three.  They are responsible for Structural, Airfield (ARFF), and Haz-Mat calls.  Aircraft stationed at Pope consist of a squadron of C-130’s.  Units at Fire Station 7 are primarily responsible for first alarm assignments in District 7.  Battalion 3 is also responsible for calls originating in District 7.  

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