Fairhaven Fire Station
The Fairhaven Fire Station was originally built in 1908 and serves as the District's headquarters. The station was originally known as Rolph School until it became a fire station in the 1958. Engine 8614, Engine 8632, and Rescue 8674 are all housed as this station. The station is home to 7 Resident Firefighters who reside full-time at the station.
This station is staffed 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Walk-in visits are welcome during normal business hours Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 or by appointment.
Samoa Fire Station
The Samoa Fire Station is located in what is commonly known as the "Samoa Block" in the town of Samoa. This station is utilized by volunteers residing in Samoa. The Samoa Block is a very unique structure owned by the Danco Group and has apparatus bays in which Engines 8611 and 8623 are housed.
Currently, the SPFD is exploring the possibility of a new, standalone fire station in the town of Samoa.
This station is not staffed with personnel on standby as personnel residing in Samoa will generally be at this location only when dispatched to an emergency. Should you need to reach SPFD personnel, please call or visit the Fairhaven Fire Station for non-emergencies or dial 911 in the event of an emergency.