Houston Fire Department

Houston Fire Department (HFD), covering 654 square miles in Harris County including the areas of Afton Oaks, Alief, Braenurn, Briar Forest, Briar Meadow, Brunswick Lakes, Brunswick Meadows, Clear Lake, Collingham, Crestmont Park, Ellington, Fondren Gardens, Forrest Park, Fort Bend, Greater Inwood, Greenway, Holloway Heights, Hunters Creek Village, Minnetex, Myrtle, Spring Ranch, Spring Valley, Ridgegate, River Oaks, South Acres, Southbelt, Upper Kirby, Westbury, Westchase, West Little York, Webster, Westview, Wichester & Woodlake.

Houston Fire Department is the third largest fire department in the United States, and the fourth largest city in the United States.

Houston Fire Department was established in 1838 as a bucket brigade, the Protection Company # 1, all-volunteer fire department. In 1852 Liberty Fire Company # 2 was organized. Liberty #2’s first engine was a hand engine which was purchased in Boston, MA. At that time it cost $2,000, Liberty # 2 had the first steam engine in 1856. The first Hook and Ladder Company # 1 was organized in 1858, it too was a homemade truck. Additional info was provide by the Houston Fire Department, go here for the full department history: HFD History.

**Station 1 – Downtown
*Station 2 – Hunters Creek Village
*Station 3 – Greenway / River Oaks
*Station 4 – West Little York
*Station 5 – Westview
*Station 6 – Glenwood
*Station 7 – Midtown
*Station 8 – Downtown
Station 9 – Hogg Park
*Station 10 – Chinatown
*Station 11 – Memorial Park
*Station 12 – Ryon
*Station 13 – Jester Park
**Station 14 – Houston Heights
*Station 15 – Heights
*Station 16 – Montrose
*Station 17 – Settegast Park
*Station 18 – Greater Eastwood
*Station 19 – Greater Fifth Ward
Station 20 – Greater East End
*Station 21 – Willow Meadows
Station 22 – Magnolia Park
*Station 23 – Harrisburg / Manchester
*Station 24 – Myrtle
*Station 25 – South Central
*Station 26 – Golfcrest
*Station 27 – Denver Harbor / Port Houston
*Station 28 – Uptown
*Station 29 – Meadowbrook / Allendale
*Station 30 – Herrera
*Station 31 РIndependence Height
*Station 32 – East Houston
*Station 33 – Braeswood
*Station 34 – Eastex / Jensen
*Station 35 – South Park
*Station 36 – Glenbrook Valley
*Station 37 – Braeswood Place
*Station 38 – Hillshire Village
*Station 39 – Kashmere Gardens
*Station 40 – Golfgate / Pine Valley
*Station 41 – Pleasantville
*Station 42 – Clinton Park
*Station 43 – Settagast
*Station 44 – Northshore
*Station 45 – El Dorado / Oates Prarie
*Station 46 – South Side
*Station 47 – Myrtle
*Station 48 – Westbury
*Station 49 – Shadow Oaks
*Station 50 – Langwood
*Station 51 – Bayland
*Station 52 – Edgebrook
*Station 53 – Cloverleaf
*Station 54 – Bush Airport
*Station 55 – South Acres
*Station 56 – East Little York
*Station 57 – Nottingham
*Station 58 – Northline
*Station 59 – Winchester
*Station 60 – Woodlake / Briar Meadows
*Station 61 – Skyscraper Shadows
*Station 62 – Lazybrook
*Station 63 – Bush Airport
Station 64 – Bush Airport
*Station 65 – Huffman
*Station 66 – Carverdale
*Station 67 – Acres
*Station 68 – Braeburn
*Station 69 – Briar Forest
*Station 70 – Southbelt
*Station 71 – Clear Lake
*Station 72 – NASA
*Station 73 – Collingham
*Station 74 – Aldine / Greenspoint
*Station 75 – Forest Park
*Station 76 – Alief
*Station 77 – Spring Shadows
*Station 78 – Memorial
*Station 80 – Fort Bend
*Station 81 – Hobby Airport
*Station 82 – Braeburn
*Station 83 – Westchase
*Station 84 – Knobcrest Corner
*Station 86 – Westside
*Station 90 – Turnkey Park
*Station 92 – Bush Airport
*Station 93 – Ellington
*Station 94 – Webster
*Station 96 – Willow Center
*Station 99 – Bush Airport
*Station 101 – Kingwood
*Station 102 – Kingwood
*Station 103 – Kingwood
*Station 104 – Kingwood
*Station 105 – Summerwood
*No Station information at this time
**Station Closed
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