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Fire Stations & Apparatus
Central Fire Station   
Central Fire Station  Administrative Offices and Ron Gentry Fire Training Center
310 Century Parkway
Allen, Texas 75013

Built in 2002, the Central Fire Station and Administrative Office consist of a fully equipped fire station, a four-story training tower and state-of-the-art training center and office space for all fire department administrative staff. 
Station 2   
Station 2  Station 2
1100 E Exchange
Allen, Texas 75002  

Station 2 is located in the North East part of the city off Exchange Parkway.
Station 3   
Station 3  Station 3
1021 E Bethany
Allen, Texas 75002 

Station 3 is located on Bethany Drive and is positioned to cover the south eastern portion of the City.
Station 4   
Station 4  Station 4
615 N Alma
Allen, Texas 75013 

Station 4 was built in 1998 and covers the far west area of Allen.
Station 5   
 Fire Station Five Station 5
1950 W. McDermott Drive
Allen, Texas 75013  

Station 5 opened January 2011.  It covers the farthest west portion of Allen.

Fire Engines
Several pieces of equipment/apparatuses are in use across the various stations.
Fire engines Fire engines
R1 Heavy Special Rescue Vehicle Heavy/Specialty Rescue vehicle, R1 is a custom Pierce Lance that can be used for hazardous material incidents, trench rescues and other specialty rescue situations, such as swift water rescue.
Fire Truck Fire Truck - a Pierce built truck equipped with a 75’ ladder and a 1500 GPM pump.
MICUs Front line MICUs (Ambulances)
Battalion Chief vehicle Battalion Chief vehicles equipped to run incident command. This vehicle is used by the on duty Battalion Chief (incident commander) on major traffic accident scenes and structure fires.
Brush Truck B1 Brush Truck B1 is used for grass and brush fires where a fire truck or engine is not accessible.
Polaris Emergency Utility Vehicle Polaris Emergency Utility Vehicle (EUV) is used to reach patients in areas where an ambulance is not accessible.

Station 5