Fire Station Locations and areas they primarily serve:
|Engine Company 1 - 31 Camp Street, South Meriden|
|Formally located on Butler St. at Hanover, Station 1 moved to 168 Chamberlain Hwy in 1979. In 2019, Engine 1 relocated to 31 camp Street, Engine 1 covers South Meriden as well as the City’s west side residents and businesses.|
|Engine Company 2 - 168 Chamberlain Hwy|
|For many years, Engine Company 2 covered the downtown are operating out of the Pratt Street station. In 2019, Engine 2 was assigned a new multipurpose apparatus and relocated to 168 Chamberlain Hwy. In a multifunction role, Engine 2 functions as both and Engine Company, and Truck Company. Engine 2 cover City’s west side, and west central residents and business.|
|Truck Company 1 - 61 Pratt Street|
|Formerly the department’s main headquarters, this firehouse built in 1962, Truck 1 is the primary truck company, responding to a small area in the downtown area for Emergency Medial Calls, as well as city for rescue and support services to the entire City.|
|Engine Company 3 / Headquarters - 561 Broad Street|
|Parker Hose Engine Company 3 has been serving the uptown and southeast areas of the City since 1869. The company moved into current station in 1889 and provided continuing service there since. Station 3 underwent renovation in 1996, adding a new engine house and creating new space for the department’s headquarters.|
|Engine Company 4 - 260 Sherman Avenue|
|Established as the Wilcox Hose Company, Station 4 was located at Colony and Britannia. The current station was opened in 1984, and is tasked with protecting the north end and the northeast corner of the City.|
|Engine Company 5 - 1075 East Main Street|
Built in 1968, in response to residential and business growth in Meriden’s east side, this station serves much of today’s area highway system along with the easternmost Meriden locales. Station 5 also houses the regional component of the Hazardous Materials Team, as well as the Fire Investigations Unit.
|Engine company 6 - South Meriden Volunteer Dept - 31 Camp Street, South Meriden|
South Meriden is very fortunate to have volunteer professionals who have undergone much of the same rigorous training as the City’s paid fire department personnel. These volunteer assist in serving the South Meriden area and offer support whenever necessary throughout many other sections of the City. Engine 6 also staffs Brush 1 when needed for alarms.