Fire Stations

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816 South Akard Street
Dallas, TX

Built: 1953
Council District: No. 2
Equipment Assignments

Station No. 4

Fire station #4 opened its doors September, 1953. The current Station #4 is one of the few remaining two-story, fire pole stations. It 3 full bays and 1 1/2 bay containing 7,735 square feet. It was built to serve the downtown business district and residential area immediately south of downtown.

The first Station #4 built in 1894 was located at Commerce and Akard streets. The downtown area prospered, land values increased, and that property became the site of an office building. A second Station #4 was built at 1602 Young Street.

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