Las Vegas Fire & Rescue

Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Department (LVFRD), founded in 1907, with 21 stations covering 133.25 square miles in Clark County including the areas of Alondra, Amber Hills, Angel Park Ranch, Artesian Heights, Arthur McCants, Aventura, Bonanza Village, Bracken, Breamoor Heights, Canyon Ridge, Canyon Terrace, Centennial Hills, Cimarron Springs, Cimarron Village, Copperhead Hills, Crestwood, Deer Springs, Diamond Head, Elkhorn, Fairway Pointe, Far Hills, Huntridge, Lakeside Village, Las Vegas Stripe, Lone Mountain Village, Lorenzi, Kensington, Painted Desert, Palm Valley, Peachwood, Pinto Palomino, Queensridge, Rainbow Ridge, Rancho Bel Air, Rancho Circle, Rancho Oakey, Rancho Springs, Rosewood, Sartini Plaza, Showboat, Skypointe, Smoke Ranch, Solana Del Mar, Sterling Springs, Summerlin, Summer Springs, Sun City, Sundown, Torrey Pines, Tuscany Hills, Upland, Valley Crest, Washington Square & Whispering Timbers. 

Las Vegas Fire & Rescue was originally the Las Vegas Volunteer Fire Department (LVFD) in 1907, went to Las Vegas Fire Department in 1942 and in 1999 changed the named to the Las Vegas Fire & Rescue.

Station 1 – Headquarters
Station 2 – Lakeside Village
Station 3- Bonanza Village
Station 4 – Downtown
Station 5  Sundown
Station 6 – Torrey Pines
Station 7 – Canyon Ridge
Station 8 – Arthur McCants
Station 9- Lone Mountain Village
Station 10 – Rancho Oakey
Station 41 – Centennial Hills
Station 42 – Rainbow Ridge
Station 43 – Peachwood
Station 44 – Summer Springs
Station 45- Copperhead Hills
Station 47 – Summerlin
Station 48 – Elkhorn
Station 103 – Upland
Station 106 – Whispering Timbers
Station 107 – Palm Valley
Station 108 – Diamond Head
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