Dedicated in 1995, Concord Fire Station No. 6 is located at Concord Regional Airport, 9101-B Aviation Blvd. Prior to October 2010, this station was unique in the fact that it had two distinct first due districts, a traditional engine company territory and the confines of the Concord Regional Airport for Aircraft Rescue Firefighting (ARFF) responsibilities via the Blaze Unit. Blaze 1, and Blaze 2 are quartered in this station. Engine 6 was decommissioned and re-designated as Engine 10.
Specialty: Airport for Aircraft Rescue Firefighting (ARFF)
Fire Station No. 6’s first due area includes the Concord Regional Airport. It a unique station as it functions for only aircraft safety with a single person company.
City of Concord Recognized Neighborhoods within Fire Station No. 6’s area include: None
In 2010 water proofing material was applied to the exterior of the station, and carpet was replaced with tile.
1987 Oshkosh T-12, 1800gpm ARFF unit with 3000 gallon tank.
1995 Ford/ E-One, 250 gpm ARFF unit with 300 -gallon tank.