Raleigh Fire Department

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Raleigh Fire Department
Raleigh Fire Department Logo, Sep 2012.png
Operational area
Country United States
State North Carolina
City Raleigh
Agency overview[1][2]
EstablishedDecember 1912 (1912-12)
Annual calls39,145 (2015)
Employees607 (2015)
Annual budget$53,890,343 (2014)
Fire chiefJohn McGrath
IAFF548
Facilities and equipment[3]
Battalions5
Stations28
Engines29
Trucks9
Tillers4
Rescues1
HAZMAT5
USAR4
Wildland3
Rescue boats2
Light and air2
Website
Official website
IAFF website

The Raleigh Fire Department (RFD) provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Raleigh, North Carolina.[2] The department, which was formed in December 1912, serves over 460,000 people spanning an area of 145 square miles (380 km2).[2]

Stations and apparatus[edit]

As of August 2016, below is a complete listing of all facilities and apparatus locations in the City of Raleigh.[3]

Neighborhood Engine/Squad Company Ladder Company Special Units Chief officer
1 Downtown Raleigh Engine 1
Engine 13
Ladder 4 Car 401,

Car 402

Fire Investigation Units

2 South Raleigh Engine 2 HazMat 1
3 Downtown/Oakwood Engine 3
4 Six Forks Engine 4 Ladder 1
5 Cameron Village Engine 5
6 Five Points Engine 6
7 Historic Oakwood Squad 7 Mini Pumper 2

Water Rescue Boats |

8 West Raleigh Engine 8 HazMat 3,

Air 1

Battalion 3,

Division Chief

(Car 20)

9 North Hills Engine 9 Battalion 5
10 Southeast Raleigh Engine 10
11 Brentwood/ Temporarily housed at Station 7 Engine 11
12 Walnut Creek/Worthdale Engine 12 Ladder 8 Battalion 2
14 Meredith Woods Squad 14 Mini Pumper 3

Water Rescue Boats ||

15 Millbrook Engine 15 Ladder 2
16 Crabtree Valley Engine 16 Rescue 1
17 Pleasant Valley Engine 17 Ladder 3 Trench Rescue Unit
18 North Creedmoor Engine 18 HazMat 5
19 Mini-City Engine 19 Battalion 1
20 Southwest Raleigh Engine 20 Ladder 7
21 Hedingham Engine 21 Water Rescue Unit

(USAR 801)

22 Northeast Raleigh Engine 22 Ladder 5 HazMat 4
23 Leesville Engine 23 Ladder 9 Battalion 4
24 Brier Creek Engine 24 Ladder 6
25 Wakefield Engine 25
26 Southeast Raleigh Engine 26
27 Northeast Raleigh Engine 27 HazMat 2
28 Wake Cossroads Engine 28 Air 2,

Mini Pumper 1

29 Leesville Engine 29
Keeter Training Center South Raleigh Training 1,

Training 2

USAR Units
Services East Raleigh Reserve Units
Headquarters Downtown Raleigh Fire Chief

(Car 1)

Operations

(Car 2)

Services

(Car 3)

Fire Marshall

(Car 4)

Training

(Car 5)

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2015 Budget" (PDF). City of Raleigh. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "Fire Department". City of Raleigh. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Stations". Raleigh Fire Department. Retrieved 28 April 2015.

Coordinates: 35°46′38.532″N 78°38′39.6348″W / 35.77737000°N 78.644343000°W / 35.77737000; -78.644343000