Amarillo Fire Department has 13 fire stations covering the City of Amarillo. Click here to see full view.
Amarillo Fire Department – Station 1 (Map it)
400 S. Van Buren
Amarillo, TX 79101
The Central Fire Station is located downtown and houses Engine 1, Ladder 1, Unit 1 and a Reserve truck. This is one of our busiest stations in the city and houses the EMS supplies for all the stations. Inside the two-story building there are 3 fire poles and a museum, making it a popular place for tours.
Amarillo Fire Department – Station 3 (Map it)
7441 Oxford Dr.
Amarillo, TX 79119
One of our newest Firehouses, #3 is home to Engine 3 and Grass 3. A single company of 4 Firefighters live here and specialize in Rescue Operations. This crew maintains and repairs all the hydraulic rescue tools for the department.
Amarillo Fire Department – Station 4 (Map it)
208 E. Hastings
Amarillo, TX 79108
This station is responsible for the SCBA’s and air bottles. They maintain, repair and test all the SCBA’s, bottles and masks used by the department. They also perform the annual Face Mask Fit test on all AFD personnel.
Amarillo Fire Department – Station 5 (Map it)
3200 S. Washington
Amarillo, TX 79109
Firehouse 5 is the newest station in Amarillo. The previous #5 was torn down to make way for a new and bigger building. This station now houses Engine 5, Truck 5 and the Haz-Mat Unit. It features two stories, two fire poles and a washroom for all their turnout gear.
Engine 6 is our first “Paramedic Engine” meaning they have a least 2 Paramedics on it at all times and carry the right tools necessary to perform advanced medical procedures.
This station is responsible for the AFD’s Communication Program. They provide procedures for and maintain the communication equipment for the department. They also review and compile run reports and related data. Engine 9 is also a Paramedic Engine and happens to be the busiest truck in town.
#10 is responsible for the City of Amarillo’s Airport and provides ARFF support for the airport and surrounding area as well as responding to normal incidents. They maintain and repair the fire extinguishers used by the department and they also maintain and run the department’s Rehab Program and Rehab Unit.
This station is responsible for the AFD’s Wild Land Program. They provide procedures and training for fighting wild land fires in and around the city. They also house the TIFMAS truck, a state funded mutual aid apparatus that can be called up to assist other agencies across the country.
#12 is responsible for the AFD’s Preplanning Program. They compile, update, and distribute prefire plans to the rest of the department.
This station is responsible for the AFD’s Heavy Rescue Program. They provide equipment and rescue procedures for High Angle, Trench Collapse, Building Collapse, Swift Water, Confined Space and Vehicle Rescue incidents.