Engine 2 Station was built in 1952.
Engine 3 Station, also known as Central Station, was built in 1972. The L/A 911 Communications Center occupies most of the lower level of the station
Engine 5 Station was built in 1974.
The training building was build in 1989 by the firefighters with a grant from the State Training Authority. Built almost entirely of cement, it allows live-fire training to be conducted. This facility is also widely used by the State Training Authority and fire departments from around the tri-county area.