Eureka Fire Protection District proudly protects 28,000 people living in an area of 82 square miles. We operate out of 3 stations that protects both residential and commercial properties.
Engine House 1
Eureka Fire Protection District Engine House 1 is located near the center of our district at 4849 Highway 109. The administrative offices for the district are also located within station 1. This station is the central meeting point for board meetings, trainings, and major mutual aid operations. All of the facilities and apparatus maintenance and supply is coordinated here.
Engine House 3
Eureka Fire Protection District Engine House 3 is located adjacent to Fox Run Country Club in Hoene Springs in Jefferson County. It opened in 1998 and as you can see above, it looks more like a house than a fire station. When the rivers in our district rise above flood stage, station 3 sits on an island. Because of that, this engine house is capable of housing 3 shifts worth of personnel.
The Eureka Fire Protection District Training Center is the central training point for our firefighters and paramedics. Additionally, it is the home of the Tri-County Training Consortium. The training center has a large classroom area. The training tower allows personnel to safely refine their skills with a live-fire burn room, rope rescue equipment, and confined space simulators.