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Raleigh Fire Stations and Facilities

Last updated Sep. 26, 2014 - 9:02 am
City map of all fire stations

The City of Raleigh has 27 fire stations staffed with 515 firefighters. They protect 144.24 square miles and 403,892 residents. Each fire station has a specific territory in which they respond. Firefighters are on duty 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Citizens are welcome to visit any City of Raleigh fire station for tours, to have their blood pressure checked, or to learn more about the fire department.

Keeter Training Center

Keeter Training Center
  • Opened in 1982.
  • Address 105 Keeter Center Drive, Raleigh, NC, 27601 | Google Map
  • This facility houses the Training Division. It is equipped with class-room buildings and training structures, and also houses the apparatus and equipment of NC USAR Task Force 8.

Dillon Building

Dillon Building
  • Opened in 1994.
  • Address 310 West Martin Street | Google Map
  • This office building houses Fire Administration and the Office of the Fire Marshal.

Station 1 – Engine 1, Engine 13, Ladder 4, Fire Investigations Unit

Station 1
  • Opened in 1953
  • Serving Downtown Raleigh
  • Address 220 South Dawson Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 | Google Map
  • One of 3 stations that still has a fire pole.

Station 2 – Engine 2, Haz-Mat Unit

Station 2
  • Opened 1969
  • Serving Southern borders of Raleigh
  • Address 263 Pecan Street, Raleigh, NC 27603 | Google Map

Station 3 – Engine 3, Mini Pumper

Station 3
  • Opened 1951
  • Serving Eastern and Downtown Raleigh
  • Address 13 South East Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 | Google Map
  • One of 3 stations that still has a fire pole.

Station 4 – Engine 4, Ladder 1

Station 4
  • Opened 1993
  • Serving North Raleigh
  • Address 121 Northway Court, Raleigh, NC 27615 | Google Map

Station 5 – Engine 5

Station 5
  • Opened 1961
  • Serving Cameron Village and NCSU campus
  • Address 300 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605 | Google Map

Station 6 – Engine 6

Station 6
  • Opened 1949
  • Serving Five Points
  • Address 2601 Fairview Road, Raleigh, NC 27608 | Google Map
  • One of 3 stations that still has a fire pole.

Station 7 – Engine 7

Station 7
  • Opened 1959
  • Serving Historic Oakwood and Mordecai
  • Address 2100 Glascock Street, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map

Station 8 – Engine 8, Battalion 3, Division Chief, Air Truck, Haz-Mat Unit

Station 8
  • Opened 1963
  • Serving Western Raleigh
  • Address 5001 Western Boulevard, Raleigh, NC 27606 | Google Map

Station 9 – Engine 9, Battalion 5

Station 9
  • Opened 1963
  • Serving North Hills
  • Address 4465 Six Forks Road, Raleigh, NC 27609 | Google Map

Station 10 – Engine 10

Station 10
  • Opened 1970
  • Serving Southeast Raleigh
  • Address 2711 Sanderford Road, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map

Station 11 – Engine 11, Ladder 2

Station 11
  • Opened 1971
  • Serving Brentwood and Capital Blvd.
  • Address 2925 Glenridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27604 | Google Map

Station 12 – Engine 12, Battalion 2

Station 12
  • Opened 1973
  • Serving Worthdale and Eastern borders
  • Address 3409 Poole Road, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map

Station 14 – Engine 14

Station 14
  • Opened 1973
  • Serving Meredith Woods and Western borders
  • Address 4220 Lake Boone Trail, Raleigh, NC 27607 | Google Map

Station 15 – Engine 15

Station 15
  • Opened 1973
  • Serving Millbrook
  • Address 1815 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27615 | Google Map

Station 16 – Engine 16, Mini Pumper, Deputy Fire Marshal Unit

Station 16
  • Opened 1978
  • Serving Crabtree Valley
  • Address 5225 Lead Mine Road, Raleigh, NC 27612 | Google Map

Station 17 – Engine 17, Ladder 3

Station 17
  • Opened 1984
  • Serving Pleasant Valley
  • Address 4601 Pleasant Valley Road, Raleigh, NC 27612 | Google Map

Station 18 – Engine 18

Station 18
  • Opened 1987
  • Serving North Creedmoor
  • Address 8200 Morgans Way, Raleigh, NC 27615 | Google Map

Station 19 – Engine 19, Battalion 1

Station 19
  • Opened 1988
  • Serving Mini-City and North Capital Blvd.
  • Address 4209 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map

Station 20 – Engine 20, Ladder 7

Station 20
  • Opened 1989
  • Serving Southwest Raleigh and NCSU campus
  • Address 1721 Trailwood Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606 | Google Map

Station 21 – Engine 21, Rescue 1

Station 21
  • Opened 1998
  • Serving Wilders Grove and New Hope
  • Address 2651 Southall Road, Raleigh, NC 27604 | Google Map

Station 22 – Engine 22, Ladder 5, Haz-Mat Unit

Station 22
  • Opened 1998
  • Serving Northern borders
  • Address 9350 Durant Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map

Station 23 – Engine 23, Battalion 4, Mini Pumper

Station 23
  • Opened 2000
  • Serving Leesville and Northwest borders
  • Address 8312 Pinecrest Road, Raleigh, NC 27613 | Google Map

Station 24 – Engine 24, Ladder 6

Station 24
  • Opened 2001
  • Serving Brier Creek and RDU Airport
  • Address 10440 Fossil Creek Court, Raleigh, NC 27560 | Google Map

Station 25 – Engine 25, Swift Water Rescue Unit

Station 25
  • Opened 2001
  • Serving Wakefield and Northern borders
  • Address 2740 Wakefield Crossing, Raleigh, NC 27614 | Google Map

Station 26 – Engine 26, Ladder 8

Station 26
  • Opened 2003
  • Serving Southeast Raleigh
  • Address 3929 Barwell Road, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map
  • Building also includes emergency communications training center.

Station 27 – Engine 27, Haz-Mat Unit

Station 27
  • Opened 2003
  • Serving Northeast Raleigh
  • Address 5916 Buffaloe Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map

Station 28 – Engine 28

Station 28
  • Opened 2007
  • Serving Northeast Raleigh
  • Address 3500 Forestville Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map
  • This station houses the fire department's collection of antique fire apparatus.

Station 29 – Engine 29

  • Projected opening Fall 2013
  • 12,113 Leesville Road

Fire Museum

The Raleigh Fire Museum is located in a classroom trailer at the Keeter Training Center at 105 Keeter Center Drive. It's open on the second Saturday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Parking and restrooms are available. Admission is free.

Created and operated by a non-profit charitable organization, the museum is a collection of artifacts and images representing over 150 years of firefighting in the Capitol City. Please note that the department's collection of antique apparatus is housed at a separate location, at Fire Station 28.

Learn more at www.raleighfirehistory.org

Support Services Center

  • Opened in 2004.
  • Address 4120 New Bern Avenue, Raleigh, NC, 27610 | Google Map
  • This facility houses the Services Division. It is equipped with a vehicle maintenance garage and warehouse space for uniforms and supplies. It also houses many reserve vehicles and spare apparatus.

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