The City of Raleigh has 29 fire stations staffed with 544 firefighters. They protect 144.24 square miles and more than 440,000 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

    Station 2 – Engine 2, Haz-Mat Unit

    • Opened in 1969
    • Serving southern borders of Raleigh
    • Address 263 Pecan Street, Raleigh, NC 27603 | Google Map

    Station 3 – Engine 3, Mini Pumper

    • Opened in 1951
    • Serving eastern and Downtown Raleigh
    • Address 13 South East Street, Raleigh, NC 27601 | Google Map
    • One of three stations that still has a fire pole

    Station 4 – Engine 4, Ladder 1

    • Opened in 1993
    • Serving north Raleigh
    • Address 121 Northway Court, Raleigh, NC 27615 | Google Map

    Station 5 – Engine 5

    • Opened in 1961
    • Serving Cameron Village and N.C. State's campus
    • Address 300 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605 | Google Map

    Station 6 – Engine 6

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

    Station 7 – Squad 7

    • Opened in 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

    • Opened in 1963
    • Serving western Raleigh
    • Address 5001 Western Boulevard, Raleigh, NC 27606 | Google Map

    Station 9 – Engine 9, Battalion 5

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

    Station 10 – Engine 10

    • Opened in 1970
    • Serving southeast Raleigh
    • Address 2711 Sanderford Road, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map

    Station 11 – Engine 11, Ladder 2

    • Opened in 1971
    • Serving Brentwood and Capital Boulevard
    • Address 2925 Glenridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27604 | Google Map

    Station 12 – Engine 12, Battalion 2

    • Opened in 2018
    • Serving Worthdale and eastern borders
    • Address 4306 Poole Road, Raleigh, NC 27610 | Google Map

    Station 14 – Squad 14

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

    Station 15 – Engine 15 and Rescue 1

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

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

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

    Station 17 – Engine 17, Ladder 3

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

    Station 18 – Engine 18

    • Opened in 1987
    • Serving north Creedmoor
    • Address 8200 Morgans Way, Raleigh, NC 27615 | Google Map

    Station 19 – Engine 19, Battalion 1

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

    Station 20 – Engine 20, Ladder 7

    • Opened in 1989
    • Serving southwest Raleigh and N.C. State's campus
    • Address 1721 Trailwood Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606 | Google Map

    Station 21 – Engine 21, Swift Water Rescue Unit

    • Opened in 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

    • Opened in 1998
    • Serving northern borders
    • Address 9350 Durant Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map

    Station 23 – Engine 23, Battalion 4, Mini Pumper

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

    Station 24 – Engine 24, Ladder 6

    • Opened in 2001
    • Serving Brier Creek and Raleigh-Durham Airport
    • Address 10440 Fossil Creek Court, Raleigh, NC 27560 | Google Map

    Station 25 – Engine 25

    • Opened in 2001
    • Serving Wakefield and northern borders
    • Address 2740 Wakefield Crossing, Raleigh, NC 27614 | Google Map

    Station 26 – Engine 26, Ladder 8

    • Opened in 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

    • Opened in 2003
    • Serving northeast Raleigh
    • Address 5916 Buffaloe Road, Raleigh, NC 27616 | Google Map

    Station 28 – Engine 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, Ladder 9

    • Opened in 2014
    • Serving northwest Raleigh
    • Address 12117 Leesville Rd, Raleigh, NC 27613 | Google Map

    Fire Museum

    The Raleigh Fire Museum is located in a classroom trailer at the Keeter Training Center at 105 Keeter Center Drive. It is open on the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 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 more than 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.

    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.