Fire Stations 2018-04-25T07:27:30+00:00

Fire Stations

Fire Station 1 is located at 204 S. Center Street. The back side of the station, which is viewed in the photo below, is facing Spruce Street. It is the Headquarters and all administration is performed here, with the exception of the Inspection Division which is located at station 5.

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Station 1 was built in 1976 and has the following vehicles:

  • Tower 1 – 2018 Pierce 100 ft. Aerial Platform. 1500 GPM Pump / Tank holds 300 gallons of water
  • Engine 1 – 2015 Pierce Pumper Arrow XT.  1500 GPM Pump / Tank holds 750 gallons of water
  • Brush 1 – 1976 Pierce 4WD
  • Rehab Trailer
  • Technical Rescue TrailerE1_Front
  • Boat
  • Car 1 – Fire Chief
  • Car 2 – Assistant Chief of Operations
  • Car 3 – Assistant Chief of Support Services
  • Car 4 – Assistant Chief of Training & Safety
  • Truck 6
  • Truck 7
  • Truck 8

Tower 1 is specialized in confined space and rope rescue.

Engine 1 is specialized in trench rescue.

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Operational Fire Fighters work a schedule of:
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
then 96 hours off (4 days)
This equals out to a 56 hour work week with shifts starting and ending at 8 a.m.

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Fire Station 2 is located at 1901 Royall Ave. Station 2 was built in 2000 and has the following vehicles:

  • Engine 2 – 2000 E-One Quint (Ladder/Pumper). Tank holds 450 gallons of water/foam.
  • Engine 6 – 1990 Pierce Arrow 1,000 GPM / 1,000 gallon tank. (Reserve)

Engine 2 is specialized in confined space and rope rescue.

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Station 2 is the official location for the Child Passenger Safety Seat Program.

To help accomplish the department purpose of saving lives, the Goldsboro Fire Department offers a Child Seat Program to help adults install their own child passenger seats properly.  The program also re-enforces the importance of seat belt law compliance.

  • WHERE:  Station 2 located at 1900 Royall Ave
  • WHEN: 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m.

For other weekdays, please call the Partnership for Children of Wayne County at 919-735-3371 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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Operational Fire Fighters work a schedule of:
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
then 96 hours off (4 days)
This equals out to a 56 hour work week with shifts starting and
ending at 8 a.m.

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Fire Station 3 is located at 100 E Patetown Road. Station 3 was built in 1966 and has the following vehicle:

  • Engine 3 – 2010 Ferrara 1,500 GPM / 750 gallon tank.

Engine 3 is specialized in trench rescue.

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Operational Fire Fighters work a schedule of:
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
then 96 hours off (4 days)
This equals out to a 56 hour work week with shifts starting and ending at 8 a.m.

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Fire Station 4 is located at 1300 Poplar Street. Station 4 was built in 1984 and has the following vehicle:

  • Engine 4 – 2010 Ferrera 1,500 GPM / 750 gallon tank.
  • Ladder 1 – 2001 E-One Ladder 100 ft.  Tank holds 475 gallons of water and foam. (Reserve)

Engine 4 is specialized in trench rescue.

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Operational Fire Fighters work a schedule of:
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
then 96 hours off (4 days)
This equals out to a 56 hour work week with shifts starting and ending at 8 a.m.

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Fire Station 5 is located at 3521 Central Heights Road. Station 5 was built in 1998 and has the following vehicles:

  • Engine 5 – 2006 E-One. Tank holds 1,000 gallons of water/foam and also serves as a Light Tower/Rescue Tool.
  • Engine 5 is specialized in confined space and rope rescue.
  • Engine 7 – 1991 Pierce Dash 1,000 GPM Pump / 1,000 gallons of water. (Reserve)
  • Engine 8 – 1998 Marion Pumper 1,250 GPM Pump / 1,000 gallons of water. (Reserve)

Fire Inspection Division is located at station 5 including:

  • Car 5 – Fire Marshal
  • Car 9 – Fire Inspector Captain

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Operational Fire Fighters work a schedule of:
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
24 hours off
24 hours on
then 96 hours off (4 days)
This equals out to a 56 hour work week with shifts starting and ending at 8 a.m.

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Training Facility

The Goldsboro Fire Department Training Facility is designed to improve the capabilities of our staff by providing realistic training scenarios and also allows us to meet current ISO Requirements regarding facility training.

This facility will allow firefighters to train in various ways including fire suppression, rope rescue, trench rescue, driver operator training and much more. Construction of this facility began in early 2015  and has been a team effort involving the entire department. The department continues to make additions to the facility to further training skills.