Station 1--Administration Officers
Station 1 is located at 144 East Van Buren Avenue. The station is the only staffed station of the department's six stations. The front building houses the department's administration offices, training facility, and crew quarters. This structure was originally the police department. The new bays to the rear of the property were completed in 2008. The original station, Station 3, sat on this location and had three bays with basement crew quarters. Station 1 also has one of the city's three original fire bells mounted on display in front of the station.
Station 1--Equipment Bay
Station 1 is currently home to four ambulances, one fire engine, one rescue truck, and one support vehicle. These vehicles are located in a separate garage area behind the administration offices.
Station 2--White Street
Station 2, located on White Street in the historic district, is a small single bay building. The small size harks back to the days of smaller fire engines. There is one fire engine housed here. The fire engine's light bar was removed to enable the truck to fit through the door.
STATION 2 CLOSED APRIL 2016.
Station 2 was auctioned off in the fall of 2016. It was decided that the station did not offer any strategic benefit to our abilities to adequately service our community. It was sold and the resources within were reallocated to other areas.
Station 3--Main Street
This is Eureka Springs' original fire station. This station is located in the historic downtown across from the courthouse. It houses one engine and also houses a truck specifically used for brush and wild land fires during certain parts of the year. Entering and exiting this station is problematic due to the narrow street and busy sidewalk.
Look for a remodel of this station to occur in the near feature.
Station 4--Passion Play Road
Station 4 is located on Passion Play Road behind the Eureka Springs Police Department. The building also shares storage space with Eureka Springs Public Works, located in the rear of the station.
Station 5--Concord Station
The Concord Station was built near the site of the original Concord school. The station is located on Rockhouse Road south of Eureka Springs. Construction was completed and a dedication took
place in June, 2003.
Station 6--Buck Mountain
The Buck Mountain Fire Station is located on Buck Mountain Road,
County 108. This station protects a rural area in the southwest corner of Carroll County including many nice lake-side neighborhoods.
Station 7--Hillspeak/Highway 23 South
Station #7 is located on 3.5 acres along Highway 23 South next to Hillspeak Road. This new station fills the gap between the City of Eureka Springs and the Madison County line. The station opened in July of 2014. It is a four bay station and has the potential for expansion.