Long Beach Fire Department

Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD), covering 55 square miles and located in Los Angeles County (California) including the areas of Addams, Alamitos Beach, Alamitos Heights, Artcraft Manor, Belmont Heights, Belmont Park, Belmont Shore, Bixby Hill, Bixby Knolls, Bixby Village, Bluff Heights, California Heights, Carson Park, College Estates, Eastside, East Village, El Dorado Park, El Dorado South, Hamilton, Lakewood Village, Los Altos, MacArthur Park, Memorial Heights, Naples, North Long Beach, Old Lakewood City, Plaza, Queensway Bay, Rancho Estates, Rose Park, San Pedro, Signal Hill, Stratford Square, Sunrise, Washington, West Long Beach, Whittier & Willmore.

Long Beach Fire Department was organized in 1897 as a Volunteer Fire Department and in the spring of 1898 the Spanish-American War broke out and several members resigned to enter the Armed Services, which caused this department to disband in favor of the war. In 1902 the volunteer fire department was re-organized with with the formation of three companies.

Station 1 – Downtown
Station 2 – Alamitos Beach
Station 3 – Washington
Station 4 – Belmont Heights
*Station 5 – Rancho Estates
*Station 6 – Queensway Bay
*Station 7 – Sunrise
Station 8 – Belmont Shore
*Station 9 – Bixby Knolls
*Station 10 – MacArthur Park
*Station 11 – Addams
*Station 12 – North Long Beach
*Station 13 – West Long Beach
*Station 14 – Alamitos Heights
*Station 15 – Port of Long Beach
*Station 16 – Long Beach Airport
*Station 17 – Artcraft Manor
*Station 18 – Carson Park
*Station 19 – Lakewood Village
*Station 20 – Port of Long Beach
*Station 21 – Alamitos Bay
*Station 22 – Los Altos
*Station 24 – San Pedro
*Beach Operations
*No Station Information at this time
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