Fire Station 21
Built in 1974, is located at 301 N. Fifth Street and is a 3,720 square foot station in downtown Kingman and houses one Engine Company (E211) with a minimum of three (3) personnel assigned and the On-Duty Battalion Chief. Station 21 is generally, a slower station in regards to call volume, the Engine Company also cross staffs the Brush Unit (B216) and Medium Duty Rescue (R215).
Fire Station 22
Built in 1962, is located at 1605 Harrison Street and is a 3,884 square foot station. It is Kingman Fire Department’s oldest fire station and houses one Engine Company (E221) with a minimum of three (3) personnel assigned. This is consistently the busiest firehouse in the city for both Fire and Emergency Medical Service calls for service. As staffing allows a Paramedic Squad is also in service during the busier times of the day. The Engine Company also cross staffs the Hazardous Materials Unit (HM227).
Fire Station 23
Built in 1996, is located at 4000 N. Sierra Road and is 4,914 square feet. Station 23 is on the northern most boundary line for the City of Kingman. This firehouse is the newest in the city and houses one Engine Company (E231) with a minimum of three (3) personnel assigned who also cross-staff the department’s aerial platform (L234). Station 23 also houses a reserve engine used in place of first out apparatus during maintenance.
Fire Station 24
Built in 1987, is located at 302 Eastern Street and is a 3,459 square foot station housing one Engine Company (E241) with a minimum of three (3) personnel serving the eastern side of Kingman. Station 24 also houses a reserve engine used in place of first out apparatus during maintenance.