Stations

Kinston Station 1
(Headquarters)



Location:  401 E Vernon Avenue
                 Kinston, North Carolina
                 28501

Phone Number:  252-939-3164

Kinston Fire Station 1 is a two apparatus drive-through bay station, which was built and dedicated in February 2008 while the Mayor O. A. Ritch was Presiding and under the Kinston Department of Public Safety Director, G. S. Smith (Retired), by the Daniels and Daniels Construction Company of Kinston, North Carolina.  

The fire station floor-plan layout is all on one floor for easy access to the apparatus for increased response times.  The front apparatus bay doors open with a special safety designed split hinged horizontal bi-fold swing/cam action designed to reduce the chances of collisions with the doors due to malfunction and possible roll back of the older model vertical lift doors.
The administration offices
training room, day-room/kitchen area are separated by the apparatus bay from the Commander's Office, the Captain's Office, and the crews' sleeping quarters.  

Fire Companies Assigned to the Station:

Battalion 1
Ladder 18
Engine 11



Reserve Engine:

Engine 12



Reserve Ladder:

Ladder 15



Special Operations Equipment:


Technical Rescue Trailer
Hazmat Trailer
Rescue Boat

Fire Cause and Origin Investigations Vehicle





Fire Station 1
Battalion 1
Ladder 18
Engine 11
Engine 12
Ladder 15

Kinston Station 2



Location:  3428 Carey Road
                 Kinston, North Carolina
                 28504

Phone Number:  252-939-3235

Kinston Fire Station 2 is a two apparatus drive-through bay station, which was built and dedicated in February 2010 while the Mayor B. J. Murphy was Presiding and under the Kinston Department of Public Safety Director, B. Johnson (Retired), by the Daniels and Daniels Construction Company of Kinston, North Carolina.  

The fire station floor-plan layout is all on one floor for easy access to the apparatus for increased response times.  The front apparatus bay doors open with a special safety designed split hinged horizontal bi-fold swing/cam action designed to reduce the chances of collisions with the doors due to malfunction and possible roll back of the older model vertical lift doors.  The Captain's Officetraining room, day-room/kitchen area are located toward the front of the station, while the crews' sleeping quarters is located toward the rear of the station.  The apparatus bay is connected to the side of the station area.


Fire Companies Assigned to the Station:

Engine 22



Reserve Engine:

Engine 23





Fire Station 2
Engine 22
Engine 23

Kinston Station 3



Location:  1247 Hillfarm Road
                 Kinston, North Carolina
                 28504

Phone Number:  252-939-3236

Kinston Fire Station 3 is a two apparatus drive-through bay station, which was built and dedicated in February 2010 while the Mayor B. J. Murphy was Presiding and under the Kinston Department of Public Safety Director, B. Johnson (Retired), by the Daniels and Daniels Construction Company of Kinston, North Carolina.  

The fire station floor-plan layout is all on one floor for easy access to the apparatus for increased response times.  The front apparatus bay doors open with a special safety designed split hinged horizontal bi-fold swing/cam action designed to reduce the chances of collisions with the doors due to malfunction and possible roll back of the older model vertical lift doors.  The Captain's Officetraining room, day-room/kitchen area are located toward the front of the station, while the crews' sleeping quarters is located toward the rear of the station.  The apparatus bay is connected to the side of the station area.

Fire Companies Assigned to the Station:

Engine 33



Reserve Engine:

Engine 34


Fire Station 3
Engine 33
Engine 34