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Morrison Park Fire Station

Moreno Valley Department Fire Department has seven fire stations.

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Station 2 – Sunnymead
24935 Hemlock Avenue
951.242.3101

Moreno Valley Fire Station 2

Fire Station 2 is a three bay facility that can house two engine companies, a truck company, and additional resources as needed. Currently, there is one paramedic engine assigned to this station which services the west side of Moreno Valley.

The Towngate Fire Station was jointly constructed by the City of Moreno Valley and the City of Riverside. Initially, this fire station housed three full time firefighters from Moreno Valley and three full time firefighters from Riverside, the first fire station in the nation to have two cities operating out of one fire station. Riverside has since relocated their firefighters to a new fire station located at 6490 Sycamore Canyon.

 

Station 6 – Towngate
22250 Eucalyptus Avenue
951.653.3030

Moreno Valley Fire Station 6

Fire Station 6 is a three bay facility that houses two engine companies, a truck company, and additional resources as needed. Currently, there is one paramedic engine, one aerial ladder truck company, and a Type 2 Urban Search and Rescue Truck and Trailer assigned to this Fire Station.

Originally located on Sunnymead Boulevard , Fire Station 2 was relocated from its 1950's era building to the current 8,850 square-foot facility in November 2001.

Station 48 – Sunnymead Ranch
10511 Village Road
951.924.6825

Moreno Valley Fire Station 48

Fire Station 48 is a two bay facility that can house two pieces of fire equipment.  Currently, there is one paramedic fire engine assigned to this station with a reserve fire engine stationed inside the apparatus bay.  This station primarily services the Sunnymead Ranch area of Moreno Valley.

Fire Station 48 was constructed in 1988.

 

 

Station 58 – Moreno Beach
28040 Eucalyptus Avenue
951.924.6860

Moreno Valley Fire Station 58

Fire Station 58 is a three-bay facility that houses two engine companies, a truck company, and additional resources as needed. This fire station currently houses one paramedic engine company and a type 3 fire engine. 

Originally built in 1982 by the Riverside County Fire Department on Moreno Beach Drive, Fire Station 58was relocated to the auto mall area off of Moreno Beach Drive in 2008.

The relocated fire station was dedicated with a memorial plaque to Firefighter Chris Kanton who lost his life while responding to an emergency call when he was assigned to Fire Station 58.

 

 

Station 65 – Kennedy Park
15111 Indian Avenue
951.924.3253

Moreno Valley Fire Station 65

Fire Station 65 is a two-bay facility that has housed both a fire engine company and an aerial ladder truck company. Today, this station houses one paramedic engine company and a reserve fire engine.

Fire Station 65, also known as the Kennedy Park Fire Station in honor of President John F. Kennedy, opened in 1986.

 

 

Station 91 – College Park
16110 Lasselle Street
951.924.2714

Moreno Valley Fire Station 91

The College Park Fire Station is a three-bay facility that was initially staffed with the City's second aerial ladder truck company, and was the first truck company with paramedic staffing. Since its grand opening in 2003, a paramedic engine company  has been added to this station and the staffing on the truck company reverted back to non paramedic personnel.

The College Park Fire Station opened in 2003 as the City's sixth fire station. This was the first new fire station added to the City's existing five fire stations since 1990. It services the southeastern portion of the City.

 

 

Station 99 – Morrison Park
13400 Morrison Street
951.485.7083

Moreno Valley Fire Station 99

The Morrison Park Fire Station 99 is a two-bay facility that houses one paramedic engine company and is home to the City's two Battalion Chiefs.

This station was dedicated on October 24, 2012. In an effort to memorialize and pay tribute to the almost 3000 lives taken on September 11, 2001, which included 343 of New York City Fire Department's Bravest, Moreno Valley Firefighters applied for and were selected to receive a piece of steel from World Trade Center Tower 1. This Fire Station proudly displays this World Trade Center artifact at the front of the fire station.