Stations & Equipment

  1. Station #1 Headquarters
  2. Operational vehicles
  3. Command Vehicles

Station #1 Headquarters

Year Built: 1964

Headquarters Fire Station

  • Hibbing’s Station 1 consists of four, single depth, fire apparatus bays in the fire portion of the station, one of which is a drive-through configuration. 
  • There are also, four additional ambulance bays, two of which are double depth and one is a drive-through bay. 
  • Living space for eight, 24-hour response personnel is on the second floor with individual sleeping rooms. An additional sleeping space is available in a main floor watch room. 
  • A kitchen and day-room are on the second floor along with a smaller kitchen downstairs. There are six offices in the building and a report writing room. You will also find our Training Tower and Burn Box located on the outside grounds of this station.
  1. Station #2 Townline
  2. Apparatus

Station #2 Townline

Year Built: 1977

Station 2

The Townline Station, known also as Station 2 is a heated steel frame building that houses an engine, a water tender and Brush fire truck.  

Since this is not a fulltime staffed station, accommodations in this station are limited to a small kitchen area, a classroom that can seat up to 20, and one office. There are no residential quarters in this station.  

  1. Station #3 Kelly Lake
  2. Apparatus

Station #3 Kelly Lake

Year Built: 1977

Station 3

Hibbing Fire Department’s Station 3 is a single bay station housing one fire engine in a single, back-in apparatus bay. 

There are no accommodations in this building as it simply houses the equipment.

  1. Station #4 Airport

Station #4 Airport

airportOur station #4 is a cooperative agreement with the Range Regional Airport Authority.  We house a structural fire engine (Engine #4) in a single bay station.

It is a single, back-in apparatus bay and there are no accommodations in this building as it simply houses the equipment. 

The Airport Authority also owns and operates an ARFF vehicle. An ARFF is an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting apparatus. 

The Airport Authority and Hibbing Fire department conduct annual airport firefighting training.