Located in the south west corner of downtown Calgary, Fire Station No. 2 district is home to some of the oldest, newest and largest buildings in the city of Calgary
Located in a very picturesque residential area of the inner city, crew members of Fire Station No. 5 adopted the park surrounding the fire hall and are responsible for its upkeep.
The original No. 6, built in 1906, was used to stable the Calgary Fire Department's live "fleet" for decades, until they were pastured in favour of motorized equipment.
This fire district includes a mix of challenges including high rise structures, light industrial development and high-speed high volume roadways.
Station No. 11 opened in 1957, and is the second oldest fire station in Calgary.
Opened in April of 1989 in the Southland Crossing Shopping Centre, Fire Station No. 14 inspects approximately 1,350 buildings annually.
The area covered by Fire Station No.20 is quite unique in that the residences in the area are established older homes. What was once an Army Base (the Currie Barracks) is now commercial business park, a movie studio, a residential apartment complex and two schools.
Servicing Oakridge, Bayview, Pump Hill, Palliser, Braeside, Woodlands, Woodbine and Cedarbrae, Fire Station No.20 also provides emergency coverage to Fish Creek Park west and South Glenmore Park, as well as coverage into neighbouring communities outside the city limits.
Servicing the communities Coach Hill, Strathcona, Prominence Point, Christie Estates, Springbank communities and provides coverage into neighbouring communities outside the city limits.
This new station serves the communities of Signal Hill, Springbank Hill and Discovery Ridge communities, as well as other west-side communities.
Located in Bridlewood, this station is a temporary site that consists of a portable ATCO building and two apparatus bays. We serve the fast-growing communities of Evergreen Estates, Somerset, Shawnessy, Millrise, Shawnee and Everglades.