Fire Stations

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6045 Belmont Avenue
Dallas, TX

Built: 1970
Council District: No. 14
Equipment Assignments
Truck 17
Rescue 17

Station No. 17

Fire station #17 opened on September 18, 1970. It has 2 full bays , 1/2 bay and contains 6,600 square feet.

Station #17 opened with a truck and engine (one of the City's first four cab forwards) from the old station. A new truck arrived in January, 1981, and an ambulance was added in October 1972, when DFD began Emergency Medical Service.

The first Fire Station #17 was located at Lewis and Greenville Avenue.

Station 17 has consistently collected more money for MDA during the annual "Dallas Firefighters- Fill the Boot for Muscular Dystrophy drive" than any other station in Dallas. In 2001 Station 17 collected more than any other station in the United States.

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Several fire stations are currently in need a several priority items. We would appreciate your donation.
Adopt A Station
The Adopt A Station project was recently launched to allow citizens to help with station projects.
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