The City of Monroe is currently divided into five fire station districts. There are also a fire administration office and a fire training facility.
This station is located just underneath City Hall. This location was opened in 1974 and houses Engine 1, Ladder 1, Rescue 1, Medic 1, and Battalion 1. A total of nine operations personnnel are assigned to this station. Station 1's response area includes Historic Downtown Monroe, CSX Railyard, and Goulston Technologies. Station 1 also serves as a permanent Child Passenger Seat Checking Station.
This location was opened in 1968. It houses Quint 2 and Medic 2 and is the department's swift-water rescue station. A total of four operations personnel work form this station. Station 2 covers businesses such as the hospital, Tyson, ATI, and Metal Recyclers.
This station opened in 1983. It houses Engine 3 and Medic 3. A total of four operations personnel per shift work from this station. Station 3 area serves the main Hwy 74 corridor. It is also our can drop-off location for the Union County Burned Children's Fund Save Cans Save Kids. http://www.ffbcf.org/chapters/union_county.html
This station opened in 2002, and a new station building was completed in 2016. Here Quint 4, ARFF/Medic 4, Blaze 4, Reserve Engine, and a rescue ATV are housed. A total of four operations personnel per shift work at this station. Station 4's response area includes businesses such as Charlotte Pipe, Scott Safety, and Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport. Station 4 also serves as a Child Passenger Permanent Seat Checking Station.
This original station was purchased from Crestview/Unionville Volunteer Fire Department in 2003. A full construction renovation was completed in 2006. A total of four operations personnel per shift work from this station. This station serves as the department's hazmat response station. It houses Engine 5, Hazmat 5, Hazmat 55, Medic/Brush 5, and Reserve Apparatus. It is located on Hwy 601 North.