The Fairfield Fire Department operates out of three stations across the city:
The City of Fairfield's Fire Headquarters, located at 375 Nilles Road, was dedicated in May 1990. and serves a dual purpose as the administrative headquarters for the Department and as district operations for Fire Station #31.
The 12,500 facility includes:
This station also houses the department's pump-testing facility and the SCBA maintenance facility for the department.
The station is equipped with a 1998 E-One pumper/aerial combination equipped with a 1,000 gpm pump and 75 foot aerial with a pre-piped waterway and remote nozzle; a 1994 Horton modular ambulance; a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit; a support services unit; and a 1999 three-quarter ton pickup that serves as a utility vehicle.
Fairfield's Station #32, located at 6540 Dixie Highway, was dedicated in July 1999.
The 11,400 square foot facility sits on a two-acre site located in the eastern portion of the City of Fairfield and is comprised of:
The station is equipped with a 2000 E-One pumper/aerial combination equipped with a 1,000 gpm pump and 75 foot aerial with a pre-piped waterway and remote nozzle; a 1978 GMC 1,000 gpm pumper (reserve unit); a 1996 Horton modular ambulance; a 1992 Horton Modular ambulance (reserve unit); a 1996 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit; and a 1994 Chevrolet Suburban medic unit (reserve unit).
The paramedic bicycle program is operated from this station.
Station #33, located at 6118 Winton Road, was dedicated in 1978 and expanded in 2002.
The 7,200 square foot facility sits on a one-acre site located in the south-central portion of the City of Fairfield and includes.
The station is equipped with a 1992 E-One pumper equipped with a 1,500 gpm pump; a 1986 Saulsbury Heavy Rescue unit; and a 1999 Horton modular ambulance that is ALS (Advanced Life Support) equipped.
This station also serves as the district office for the assigned career shift supervisor.