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Station Locations & Photos
101 Mill Rd.
Built in 1997, Station #1 is our busiest station and home to our administrative offices. Housing an engine company, a ladder/rescue company, a Battalion Chief (shift supervisor), and a Paramedic Squad, this station provides coverage to the busy Madison Boulevard business district, Old Town Madison, and the southern end of the Hughes Road corridor.
1115 Hughes Rd.
Opened in 2012, Station 2 houses a two-piece company consisting of a Quint and a Paramedic Squad. It is 30% more energy efficient than comparable buildings. This station provides coverage to some of Madison's largest homes, the Highway 72 business district, and Bob Jones High School.
12266 County Line Rd.
Built in 2003, Station #3 houses an ALS engine company. This station responds to James Clemens High School, parts of Putnam Industrial Park, and is the fastest growing district in the city. It also responds mutual aid to Limestone and Madison county volunteer fire departments.