Fire Station 6 Replacement

Last updated Feb. 20, 2019 - 9:26 am
  • Planning
  • Design
  • Construction
  • Completed
  • City Facility - Fire
  • $5.5 million
  • Wade
  • Construction Management (Lead)
  • City of Raleigh Fire Department

Current Activity

Posted Wednesday, Feb. 20 

Construction for this project is underway. 

Stormwater runoff devices have been installed as well as the foundation and underground plumbing/electrical. The contractor is doing concrete and masonry work for the fire station. We have experienced some delays with this project. Construction is now expected to be done in the fall instead of this spring. 

Any unsuitable soil on the property, which can be found after a dated building is demolished/construction on the site begins, has been replaced.

Fire Station 6 is currently closed and is temporarily relocated to Fire Station 5 at 300 Oberlin Road. The Emergency Communication Center has adjusted the dispatch for all surrounding fire companies and no impacts for fire protection are expected. 

If you have any questions about this project, contact Aaron Hair at 919-996-5575 or


The purpose of this project is to demolish and build a new fire station at 2601 Fairview Road. The new fire station will be 14,990 square feet and will consist of two equipment bays. Work for this project includes clearing and grading the current site; filling and backfilling the worksite; connecting utilities; putting in an asphalt parking area; and creating reinforced concrete "fire truck aprons" or bases and sidewalks around the station.

Renovations to the fire station include structural, electrical, interior, and landscaping work.


  • Fire Station 6 construction
  • New Fire Station 6 Rendering - South View
  • New Fire Station 6 Rendering - Southeast View


Project schedule with dates and descriptions
Fall 2016Project design complete
Summer 2017Project construction begins
Fall 2019Project construction complete


Rebuilding Fire Station 6 will provide an enhanced level of service to residents living in the Wade Avenue area.

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