Stations and Apparatus

Fire Headquarters
300 Perry St., Castle Rock, CO 80104

Fire Headquarters is home to the Operations Division, the Life Safety Division, administration and the Fire Chief's office. Fire Headquarters opened in 1999 and provides about 3,000 square feet of office space to run the entire fire department.

Fire Station 151
300 Perry St., Castle Rock, CO 80104

Station 151 is home to a medic, a quint (ladder truck), the battalion chief and a type-3 brush truck. Station staffing consists of one battalion chief, one lieutenant, one engineer and three to four firefighters. Each apparatus has at least one paramedic and all others are EMTs. Station 151 specializes in rope rescue. 

Station 151 is also host to our 1929 American LaFrance antique fire truck, which was in service from 1929-1953. The antique was refinished and is now on display as a part of Castle Rock Fire and Rescue Department history. 

This station is primarily responsible for protecting Baldwin Park, Castle North, Douglas County High School, Interstate 25, Plum Creek, Rock Park, Philip S. Miller Park, several schools, Wilcox Square, the Woodlands and the Downtown business and residential corridor.

Fire Station 152
485 Crystal Valley Parkway, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Station 152 is in Crystal Valley. It is home to an engine and a type-6 brush truck. Station staffing consists of one lieutenant, one engineer, and one to two firefighters, with a minimum of one person being a paramedic and the others EMTs. Engine 152 is one of two apparatus at CRFD that carry specialized heavy extrication equipment that can be used on vehicle accidents. 

The station covers Bell Mountain Ranch, Crystal Valley Ranch, Haystack Road, the southern half of Plum Creek, Sellers Creek Ranch, Stone Canon Ranch, Lake Gulch Road and northbound I-25 from Tomah Road to Plum Creek Parkway.

Fire Station 153
5463 E. Sovereign St., Castle Rock, CO 80104

Station 153 is located in Founders Village. The station is home to a medic, an engine, a hazardous materials (hazmat) unit and a type-6 brush truck. Station staffing consists of one lieutenant, one engineer and three to four firefighters with a minimum of one person being a paramedic and the others EMTs on each apparatus. This station hosts our only hazmat unit, which is cross-staffed by our engine crew and will deploy on larger hazmat calls. 

Fun fact - Station 153 is our oldest fire station, and actually used to be a house. Volunteers ran calls out of the station when the surrounding neighborhood we know now was just empty land. The station has seen significant interior changes, but the exterior remains similar to it's original state. 

The station is primarily responsible for protecting Founders Village, Castle Oaks, Castlewood Ranch and Liberty Village.

Fire Station 154
3801 Prairie Hawk Drive, Castle Rock, CO 80104

Station 154 is located in The Meadows. The station is home to a medic, an engine and a type-6 brush truck. Station staffing consists of one lieutenant, one engineer and three to four firefighters (either EMT or paramedic). Engine 154 is one of two apparatus at CRFD that carry specialized heavy extrication equipment that can be used on vehicle accidents. 

The station is primarily responsible for protecting The Meadows, several schools, I-25, the Douglas County Justice Center, Highlands Vista, Red Hawk, a large industrial area, the Outlets at Castle Rock and the Promenade. 

Fire Station 155
3833 Crowfoot Valley Road, Castle Rock, CO 80108

Station 155 is located on Crowfoot Valley Road, at the entrance to Sapphire Pointe. The station is home to a quint (ladder truck) and a type-3 brush truck. Station staffing consists of one lieutenant, one engineer, and one to two firefighters, with a minimum of one person being a paramedic and the others EMTs. Station 155 specializes in trench rescue, rope rescue and structure collapse. 

The station is primarily responsible for protecting Sapphire Pointe, Diamond Ridge, Metzler Ranch, the Founders commercial corridor, Crowfoot Valley Road and Silver Heights.