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  1. Station 1 – The Big House

    78 West Central Boulevard
    Orlando, FL 32801

    • In 1885, Station 1 was a shed, housing the department’s only fire apparatus
    • Station 1 moved to Magnolia Avenue and Wall Street, now the public library
    • In 1960, Station 1 moved to 439 South Magnolia Avenue, now the Performing Arts Center
    • In 2009, Station 1 moved to its current location at 78 West Central Boulevard. Some of the biggest fires in OFD's history have been in the Downtown area, an area that has the oldest and largest buildings in the City.
  2. Station 2 – The Pride of Parramore


    1215 W. Robinson St.
    Orlando, FL 32805

    View Station 2 Ribbon Cutting photos

    "The Pride of Parramore,” the Orlando Fire Department’s new Station 2, is now open. The state-of-the-art facility enhances station operations and provides new ways for our firefighters to protect and serve our community. This LEED certified, modern facility is located off Robinson Street and Hames Avenue. In addition to a larger space and specialized equipment for our fire fighters, the new station has a community room available to residents for meetings, Take Heart CPR training and free medical screenings like blood pressure checks.

    • One of the busiest fire stations in the nation
    • Original station was built in 1924
  3. Station 3 – The Knights of College Park

    2406 North Elizabeth Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32804

    • Protects one of the highest valued districts in Orlando
    • Original station was built in 1926 on Orlando Avenue near Dade Street
    • A new Fire Station 3 was built in 1972 at its current location
    • The original Fire Station 3 was relocated to Loch Haven Park and is now the Orlando Fire Museum
    • Serves Edgewater and Bishop Moore High Schools, Interstate 4, Florida Hospital Orlando, the Orlando Fire Museum and the College Park community
  4. Station 4 – 2nd Due to the World

    900 North Ferncreek Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803

    • Built in 1955, and is currently the oldest working fire station in the City
    • Serves one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the City, with residents and businesses embracing Vietnamese, Chinese and Thai cultures
  5. Station 5 – Forged in Fire

    1818 South Orange Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32806

    • Built in 1955
    • Second oldest working fire station in the City
    • Houses Engine 5
    • Serves the south side of Downtown, Orlando Health, Arnold Palmer and Winnie Palmer hospitals, Interstate 4, commercial properties and several residential communities
  6. Station 6 – In the Air or on the Ground

    3113 East Robinson Street
    Orlando, FL 32803

    • Built in 1979
    • Houses Engine 6, Tower 6, Rescue 6, Crash 6
    • Serves Orlando Executive Airport, Orlando Fashion Square Mall, Baldwin Park, the 408, T.G. Lee Dairy and several residential communities
  7. Station 7 – Service with a Smile

    601 South Goldwyn Avenue
    Orlando, Fl 32805

    • Original Station was built in 1968
    • Station was replaced with current station in 2008
    • Houses Engine 7, Tower 7, Rescue 7, Air 7, District Chief 3
  8. Station 8 – Action Eight

    6651 South Shoalcreek Drive
    Orlando, Fl 32812

    • Station 8 was constructed in 1967 beside the eastern runway of McCoy Jetport.
    • The current station was built in 1987.
    • Houses Engine 8, Tower 8 and Rescue 8
    • Serves many high-rise hotels, commercial occupancies and apartment buildings and is also the backup response to the Orlando International Airport.
  9. Station 9 – Outpost Nine

    3856 Center Loop
    Orlando, Fl 32808

    • Originally built in 1968 at the end of Mercy Drive
    • Recently, Station 9 was demolished and crews moved into a modular home
    • A new fire station will be built at 3856 Center Loop in the near future
    • Houses Engine 9 and Tower 9
    • Serves the Rosemont Community (single-family homes and garden apartments), commercial warehouses and industrial buildings.
  10. Station 10 – Nothin' But a Thing

    5655 West Vineland Road
    Orlando, Fl 32819

    • Built in 1973
    • Houses Engine 10, Tower 10 and Rescue 10
    • Serves Universal Orlando, Wet and Wild, and other smaller theme parks, as well as commercial occupancies, mid and high-rise hotels, single-family homes and multiple garden apartments. They also protect the busiest portions of Interstate 4 and the Florida Turnpike.
  11. Station 11 – The Beast of the East



    4911 E. Curry Ford Road
    Orlando, Fl 32806

    • Built in 1973
    • Houses Engine 11, Tower 11, Rescue 11 and District Chief 4
    • Serves residential single-family home communities, more than 100 garden apartments and commercial buildings
  12. Station 12 – The Metrowest Express



    1588 Park Center Drive
    Orlando, Fl 32835

    • In 1994, Station 12 was established and crews moved into a temporary trailer, housing Rescue 12
    • The current Station 12 was built in 1996
    • Houses Engine 12, Rescue 12 and Woods 12
    • Serves single-family home communities, garden apartments and light commercial occupancies
  13. Station 13 – Lucky Thirteen



    3464 5th Street
    Orlando, Fl 32827

    • In 2000, Station 13 was established, using a building that was previously home to the Naval Training Center Fire Department
    • Houses Engine 13
    • Serves the Southport community, which is comprised of homes built when the Navy Annex was operational. It also serves as secondary emergency response to Orlando International Airport
  14. Station 14 – Call of the Wild



    5450 South Econlockhatchee Trail
    Orlando, Fl 32829

    • In 2002, Engine 14 was placed in service and was housed at Station 13
    • In 2003, Engine 14 and crews were moved to a temporary trailer
    • In 2007, a permanent Station 14 was built
    • Houses Engine 14, Woods Truck 14 and Mobile Education Unit
    • Serves a large amount of vacant land and woods, in addition to one and two-story homes, garden apartment buildings and commercial shopping occupancies.
  15. Station 15 – The Lion's Den



    10199 South Narcoossee Road
    Orlando Fl 32832

    • Built in 2007
    • A true neighborhood fire station, the crews adopted the mascot of the nearby Lake Nona High School Lions for their station insignia.
    • Houses Engine 15 and District 5
    • Serves a number of schools from elementary to college, single and two story-homes, garden apartments and some of the largest homes in the City (located in several golf communities in Lake Nona)
  16. Station 16 – Medical City



    12375 Lake Nona Gateway
    Orlando, Fl 32827

    • Built in 2008
    • Home to “Medical City”
    • When Station 16 was built, it was the only building seen for miles.
    • Houses Engine 16 and Woods 16
    • Serves, the “Medical City”, home to the UCF Medical School, Nemours Children’s Hospital, the VA Hospital, the Burnham Institute, as well as numerous residential communities and commercial buildings
  17. Station 17 – Fightin' 17



    3691 Millenia Boulevard
    Orlando, Fl 32839

    • Built in 2007
    • Houses Engine 17
    • In District 2
    • Serves Millenia Mall, Holy Land theme park, commercial buildings, restaurants, a multitude of apartment buildings, which include older garden apartments and mid-rise apartments that house a parking garage in the middle of the building.

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