Glenbrook Fire Department/New Hope Fire Company 17 Arthur Pl, Stamford, CT06906 The mission of the Glenbrook Fire Department (also known as the New Hope Fire Company) is not only to provide the…More highest level of fire protection to Stamford's Glenbrook neighborhood, but also to encourage community involvement through fire safety education. Founded in 1917, the department is staffed by both volunteer and career firefighters.
Stamford Forge 32 Leon Pl, Stamford, CT06902 Stamford Forge is a custom metal fabrication shop working in the mediums of steel, stainless…More steel, aluminum, iron and bronze. With services in fabrication for grates, pool enclosures, gates, fire escapes, stairs, railings, fences, ornamental and structural iron, Stamford Forge offers its services to residential customers, commercial projects, designers and architects.
Central Fire Headquarters, Station 1 629 Main St, Stamford, CT06901 Located at 629 Main Street in the heart of Stamford's downtown district, the Central Fire station is the headquarters…More for the Stamford Fire Department. Run by Chief Robert McGrath, the headquarters oversees a dual level of fire protection service throughout the city of Stamford—a combination of both volunteer and professional firefighters. In addition, Central Fire Headquarters is at the helm of 238 employees (including support staff such as an administrative assistant and account clerk), six fire stations throughout the city, seven engines, three trucks, a Fire Marshal division and a training division.
Woodside Fire Station 5 1600 Washington Blvd, Stamford, CT06902 Located at 364 Shippan Ave. near Cummings Beach, Stamford's East Side/Shippan Fire Station (also known as Station #4) is…More the main station that handles emergencies in the city's modest Shippan neighborhood. Sharing a block with various restaurants and shops, the station responds to medical emergencies, accidents, natural disasters, and alarm soundings in addition to fires.
Shippan Point Fire Station #4 364 Shippan Ave, Stamford, CT06902 Stamford's Shippan Point Fire Station #4, which is just a few doors down from Cummings Beach, shares a…More block with various restaurants and shops. It is the main station to handle emergencies in the city's modest Shippan neighborhood. In addition to fires, the station responds to medical emergencies, accidents, natural disasters and alarm soundings.
West Side Fire Station 3 80 Fairfield Ave, Stamford, CT06902 Located at 80 Fairfield Avenue, West Side Fire Station (also known as Station #3) has served Stamford's West Side…More neighborhood for years. Housed in a contemporary, dark brick building across from Yerwood Center, the department responds to medical emergencies, natural disasters, vehicle accidents and alarm soundings, in addition to fires.
South End Fire Station 2 215 Washington Blvd, Stamford, CT06902 Located at 215 Washington Boulevard (where it meets Atlantic Street), the South End Fire Station not only serves…More Stamford's historic South End district, but is also the designated city fire station handling incidents that involve hazardous materials. The 24-hour station has an engine (the 2007 HME Silver Fox), a ladder truck (the 1996 Sutphen Tower Ladder) and its hazmat truck, the 2004 Freightliner/Hackney. In addition to fires, the station responds to medical emergencies and accidents.
Turn of River Fire Department 268 Turn of River Rd, Stamford, CT06905 The Turn of River Fire Department is a 100-percent volunteer fire department. Fully-functional and responding to fires,…More alarm soundings, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies and natural disasters, the TOR Fire Department protects a 16-square-mile area. The department was chartered by the State of Connecticut in May, 1928.
Belltown Fire Department 8 Dorlen Rd, Stamford, CT06905 Serving Stamford's bustling Belltown neighborhood since 1928, Belltown Fire Department is a volunteer fire department…More that operates from a four-bay, brick Colonial-style building on Dorlen Road. Belltown's fleet includes two engines, one tower ladder, one rescue ladder, a utility truck and a command vehicle. In addition to fires, the department responds to medical emergencies, natural disasters, vehicle accidents and alarm soundings.