The City of Hurst has three fire stations:
- Main Fire Station
2100 Precinct Line Road
- Station #2
837 W. Pipeline Road
- Station #3 at
201 Holloway Ct.
Main Fire Station
The Main Fire Station was built in early 1980 and remodeled in early 2003. It contains eight bedrooms, a six-truck apparatus bay, kitchen, training tower and i also houses the fire administration offices. Engine 201, Medic 211 and BC 205 are the primary responding units out of this station.
Fire Station #2
The new Fire Station #2 replaced the facility that was built in 1968. The new Station #2 was completed in Mid-November of 2008. Station #2 is currently staffed by eight to ten personnel. The new station has a multi-purpose training room that can also serve as the City Emergency Operations Center. The building is designed to survive winds (and debris caused by the wind) up to 160 miles per hour. Additionally the station will have an auxiliary building to park reserve apparatus. Quint 203, Engine 202, and Medic 212 respond to the southern districts of the city.
Fire Station #3
After more than 30 years as Fort Worth Fire Station No. 27, a few years in the 1950s as the original Hurst Police Station and a few years as the original Hurst City Hall, the building on Holloway Court is now the new Hurst Fire Station #3. The Fire Station spent more than 30 years as Fort Worth Station No. 27, serving areas of Fort Worth and assisting the Hurst Fire Department when needed. Fort Worth has since built a new station and the Hurst Fire Department recently reoccupied the storied building after minor renovations were complete. Three to four firefighter/paramedics are stationed there and they receive an average of 850 calls each year.
Contact the Fire Department
|2100 Precinct Line Road
Hurst, Texas 76054
|David Palla, Fire Chiefemail@example.com|
|Brent Craft, Fire Marshal||817-788-7245|
|Wes Rippy, EMS Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Camron Flynn, Inspectoremail@example.com|
|Patty Gurley, Administrative Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|