North Central Fire Protection District

15850 W. Kearney Blvd. 
Kerman, California 93630
(559) 275-5531
(559) 621-4199


Stations

Station 21
15850 W Kearney Boulevard
Kerman, California 93630
Kearney and Siskiyou



Constructed in 1984 on a 1.7 acre lot, and located in the city of Kerman, Station No. 21 was part of the 2007 merger between Fresno Fire Department and North Central Fire Protection District.  The station was the former headquarters for NCFD.  This 13,372 square foot station now houses an engine company, a 105' ladder truck company, a water tender, and is a post for American Ambulance crew. As the size of Kerman increases, so does the volume of emergency calls Station 21 responds to.  The recent addition of the ladder truck will greatly increase the protection of lives and property in the City of Kerman and neighboring areas.

 

 

 

Engine No. 21- Staffed by a crew of three
Truck No. 21- Staffed by a crew of three
Water Tender No. 21- holds 3,000 gallons of water and is staffed by a firefighter from Station 21.

 

Station 22
806 S Garfield
Fresno, California  93706
Garfield and Kearney

Constructed in 1988, this station is located on the southwest corner of Kearney Park. As part of the Fresno Fire Department and North Central Fire Protection District merger, this station is home to a single-engine company and is the front-line defense for the Kearney Mansion.



Engine No.22- Staffed by a crew of three  




Station 23
4555 N Biola
Biola, California  93606
Biola and H Street

Constructed in 1986, this small station is located in Biola.  Station No. 23 is part of the 2007 Fresno Fire Department and North Central Fire Protection District merger.  This station houses a single engine company and a water tender.



Engine No. 23- Staffed by a crew of three
Water Tender No. 23- holds 3,000 gallons of water and is staffed by a firefighter from the engine

 

 

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