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Station 19 is located at:
5400 Brunswick Lane
Chattanooga, TN  37343 [map]

Station 19 companies serve the Northgate, Big Ridge and Hixson areas. Primary duties of both companies are fire suppression and first response to EMS calls in this district.

This fire station houses:
Quint 19 - 75' aerial/pumper combination
USAR 1 - US&R equipment support apparatus
USAR 2 - US&R equipment/materials support box truck

Station 19 is also the primary staging area for all USAR support equipment. Personnel at Station 19 are trained in all aspects of USAR response including high angle, trench-confined space rescue and building collapse. All personnel are Haz-Mat Technicians and also respond as part of the CFD Haz-Mat response team.

The Station Coordinator is Captain Brent Arnold and he can be reached at sarnold@chattanooga.gov.

Station 18

Station 17--Reduced 

Station 17 is located at:
628 Signal Mountain Boulevard
Chattanooga, TN  37405 [map]

Station 17 serves the northwest portion of the city that borders Red Bank. Station 17 has 15 assigned personnel, 5 per shift, and responds to residential fires, high rise alarms, vehicle fires, brush fires, emergency medical incidents, and many other non emergency situations to assist in the community.

Station 17 was organized in 1969. The company began with a Seagraves Pumper and was housed in what was a new station at 628 Signal Mountain Road. There have been many changes over the years and at one time during the early 80's, Number 8 Ladder Company was created and housed at Station 17. This company was later disbanded for staffing reasons. Station 17 was then chosen to receive one of the first Telesquirt apparatus. This aerial ladder/pumper combination was an ideal choice due to the growth of apartment complexes in the district. The current equipment is listed below.

This fire station houses:
Quint 17 - 75' aerial/pumper combination
Tanker 17 - Water tender support
Hose Truck 17 - Hose support truck

The Station Coordinator is Captain Mose Duckett. He can be reached at mduckett@chattanooga.gov.




Station 16 is located at:
1033 Lupton Drive
Lupton City, TN  37351 [map]

Station 16 primarily serves the Lupton City, North Chattanooga, Riverview and South Hixson areas of Chattanooga. This station was built in 1971, as annexation required more city services in these new areas. The station has 15 personnel assigned on three separate shifts.

This fire station houses:
Quint 16 - 75' aerial/pumper combination

The Station Coordinator is Captain Eric Gordon. He can be reached at egordon@chattanooga.gov.



Station 15 is located at:
912 Shallowford Road
Chattanooga, TN  37411 [map]

Station 15 is located in the Eastdale and North Brainerd area of the great City of Chattanooga.  Station 15 is in District 2, second Battalion of operations along with Stations 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 13 and 21. 

This station houses:
Engine 15 - Pumper

Engine 15 are a single engine company and have 15 personnel assigned on three separate shifts.  Our slogan "The Fighting 15" was the brainchild of Retired Captain Fred Daniels.

The Station Coordinator is Captain Chris Fryar and he can be reached at wfryar@chattanooga.gov.



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Chattanooga, TN 37406
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Chattanooga, TN 37406
(423) 643-5618
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