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Chandler Fire Stations and Support Facilities

The City of Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department maintains 10 fire stations strategically located to achieve the shortest response time to emergency calls. The department also maintains a regional fire training facility as well as a mechanical maintenance center.

The fire stations are located to accommodate a 4-minute travel time to emergencies. This equates to approximately a 2-mile radius around the station. Stations are located as close as possible to the center of an area of projected need. The actual strategic locations have been affected by traffic issues as well as land availability, however most stations are very close to their ideal location.

The department’s support services buildings include mechanical maintenance and the regional fire training center. These structures are located in a manner to minimize impact to residential areas. These facilities are necessary to supporting the main mission of emergency response with repair of vehicles and equipment, as well as training for firefighters in a large part of the southeast valley.

Chandler Fire Stations
Fire Station 1 (Dedicated 4-30-2015 Chandler Fire Station No. 1 (281)
1491 E. Pecos Road

Fire Station No. 1 is adjacent to the City's Water Treatment Plant on the south side of Pecos Road and east of McQueen Road.
Fire Station No. 2 Chandler Fire Station No. 2 (282)
1911 N. Alma School Road

Fire Station No. 2 is located in north Chandler, on Alma School Rd., south of Warner Rd. It is one of the busiest stations in the City.

Fire Station No. 3
Chandler Fire Station No. 3 (283)
275 S. Ellis Road

Fire Station No. 3 is located east of Chandler Fashion Square, along Pecos Rd., between Price and Dobson roads.

Fire Station No. 4 Chandler Fire Station No. 4 (284)
295 N. Kyrene Rd.
Fire Station No. 4 is located in west Chandler, close to the I-10, on Kyrene Rd., north of Chandler Blvd.
Fire Station No. 5 Chandler Fire Station No. 5 (285)
1775 W. Queen Creek  Rd.
Fire Station No. 5 is located in Ocotillo - and close to Intel - on Queen Creek Rd., between Dobson and Alma School roads.
Fire Station No. 6 Chandler Fire Station No. 6 (286)
911 N. Jackson Rd.
Fire Station No. 6 is located along Ray Rd., west of McQueen Rd.
Fire Station No. 7 Chandler Fire Station No. 7 (287)
6200 S. Gilbert  Rd.
Fire Station No. 7 is located on Gilbert Rd. south of Riggs Rd. in southeast Chandler.
Fire Station No. 8 Chandler Fire Station No. 8 (288)
711 W. Frye  Rd.
Fire Station No. 8 is located near downtown Chandler on Frye Rd. between Alma School Rd. and Arizona Ave.
Fire Station No. 9 Chandler Fire Station No. 9 (289)
211 N. Desert Breeze Blvd., West 
Fire Station No. 9 is located along Chandler Blvd. between Rural and McClintock roads. This places it on the edge of the ASU Research Park, across from Stellar Airpark, and adjacent to Desert Breeze Park and the Desert Breeze Police Substation.
Fire Station No. 10 Chandler Fire Station No. 10 (2810)
5211 S. McQueen Rd. 
Fire Station No. 10 is located in southeast Chandler, on McQueen Rd., just south of Chandler Heights Rd.
Chandler Fire Department Support Facilities
Chandler Fire Headquarters Chandler Fire, Health & Medical Department Headquarters 
151 E. Boston St.

Chandler FH&M headquarters is home to the senior staff, fire administration, fire prevention, public education, support services, safety, EMS, PIO, the fire marshal and investigators. Chandler's first fire engine, "The Old Dodge," is on display in the lobby. This is a LEED certified facility and part of the City's Green Building Program.
Fire Maintenance Center Chandler Fire Support Services
163 S. Price Rd.
Support Services is located along Price Rd., and north of Frye Rd., in an expanded facility that for many years was the location of Fire Station No. 3 before it was relocated. Three master mechanics certified to work on emergency vehicle work on all Chandler Fire's apparatus here. It is also home to CFD's SCBA technician and a Battalion Chief that oversees the apparatus program as well as construction, mai