In 1992, Station 1 was relocated from Pioneer Avenue to offer more space. Also referred to as ”headquarters,” serves the downtown district. BC1, E1, and L1 operate from Station 1. In 2020, there were 4,622 responses from these apparatus.
In 1995, Station 2 was relocated from the old Clark Hose Company building that sat in the way of the growing Union Pacific rail yard. Serving the south side of Cheyenne, E2 ran 1,918 calls for service in 2020.
Station 3 is sometimes referred to as “sleepless in Sun Valley” by the crews who operate out of this 1981 fire house. E3 covers the largest response area in the City of Cheyenne, and it only continues to grow as the eastward boom thrives. In 2020, personnel from Station 3 handled 2,756 calls, the most by any single company in the State of Wyoming.
Station 5 was built in 1963 when Dell Range Blvd was just a dirt road on the north most part of town. Now a commercially developed with plenty of neighborhoods, E5 ran 1,975 calls for service in 2020. This old, inefficient building cannot fit the proper apparatus needed for the area in which it serves.
Station 6 was built to serve the north part of Cheyenne in 1982, and was the last of the fire department‘s growth. Blink, and you might drive right past the station that blends into the neighborhood quite well. 2020 presented 1,482 calls for the E6 crew.
With Proposition 1's success, Cheyenne Fire Rescue will see our first growth in nearly four decades! Station 7 is likely to be located off of Dell Range, east of College, and will improve the responses into the thriving east side of town. Additionally, Station 3 will have less O.O.S. time as their area will become more equitable to serve. Thank you Laramie County voters!