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.
Effective February 2011 Med-Center Air placed a flight crew in this fire station for quick deployment of a medial helicopter from the airport.
Specialty: Airport for Aircraft Rescue Firefighting (ARFF)
Fire Station No. 6’s first due area includes the Concord Regional Airport.
City of Concord Recognized Neighborhoods within Fire Station No. 6’s area include: None
During 2005 installation of a vehicle exhaust system was completed. Additional renovations are planned for FY 09. 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.