Fire Stations

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Lenexa Fire Station 1
Fire Station #1, located at 9620 Pflumm, was constructed in 1986 and is home to a Quint Company, a Fire Medic Company, and the Shift Battalion Chief. Cross-staffed apparatus include a 95’ aerial truck and a water rescue trailer. Station 1 is also home to the department’s Administrative Division. The primary response district served is a combination of residential, hotels, light industrial and retail sales facilities.

Fire Station # 1

Lenexa Fire Station 2
Fire Station #2, located at 8725 Lackman, was constructed in 1975 and is home to an Engine Company and a Fire Medic Company. Cross-staffed apparatus include an all-terrain utility vehicle specifically designed for medical rescue from trail and park system areas not accessible to other apparatus. The primary response district served is a combination of residential, apartment complexes and retail sales facilities.

Lenexa Fire Station 2

Lenexa Fire Station 3
Fire Station #3, located at 24000 Prairie Star Parkway, was opened in 2005 and is home to an Engine Company. Cross-staffed apparatus include a 95’ aerial, a brush truck and a water rescue boat. Station 3 is also home to the department’s training staff and state of the art educational facility. The primary response district served currently consists largely of residential homes. This area is in its initial growth phase and is expected to eventually include significant retail sales facilities.

Lenexa Fire Station 3

Lenexa Fire Station 4
Fire Station #4, located at 10855 Eicher, was constructed in 1990 and is home to a Quint Company. Cross-staffed apparatus include a brush truck and an all-terrain utility vehicle specifically designed for medical rescue from trail and park areas not accessible to other apparatus. The primary response district consists largely of light industrial facilities.

Lenexa Fire Station 4

Lenexa Fire Station 5
Fire Station #5, located at 96th and Prairie Star Parkway, was opened in 2010 and is home to a Quint Company. Cross-staffed apparatus include a heavy rescue truck and two EMS-equipped mountain bikes. This building was designed and constructed with significant input from stakeholders and is the first LEED certified building in the city. The primary response district consists largely of residential homes and retail sales facilities.

Lenexa Fire Station 5