The Danville Fire Department is comprised of seven stations located throughout the 43.7 square miles of the City of Danville. The department, in partnership with neighboring Pittsylvania County, jointly owns and operates a training facility on Stinson Drive in Danville.
View the Map of Danville Fire Station Locations (PDF).
600 Lynn Street
Fire Station Number 1 is the newest fire station in the City of Danville. Built in 2014,this station houses Engine 1, Ladder 1, Tower 1, the Battalion Chief's vehicle, and other support vehicles.
The administrative offices are located in this station and are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
250 Piney Forest Road
Fire Station Number 2 houses Engine 2 and Ladder 2. Ladder 2 is the department's reserve aerial.
1315 Industrial Avenue
Fire Station Number 3 houses Engine 3 and reserve apparatus Engine 9.
2152 West Main Street
Fire Station Number 4 houses Engine 4, Tender 4, and Brush 10.
114 Third Avenue
Fire Station Number 5 houses Engine 5 and the Tactical Rescue Trailer.
3165 Westover Drive
Fire Station Number 6 houses Engine 6 and reserve apparatus Engine 8.
423 Airport Drive
Fire Station Number 7 houses Engine 7 and the Hazardous Materials Response Team Trailer. The facility also has a large classroom used for training.
658 Stinson Drive
The Training Center is equipped for live fire training, rescue, and tactical training for Danville and Pittsylvania County firefighters.