where we are today

We are a 40 member, all career fire department covering a population of approximately 15,000 people.  The Long Beach Fire Department prides itself as a progressive department, with well trained personnel.  In addition to fire suppression, our services include emergency medical services with  registered emergency medical technicians, hazardous material response, confined space rescue, rope rescue, and a dive rescue team.  The fire department also provides fire education classes to both adult and children audiences.  All three stations throughout the city are manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Fire Department History


   A $75,000 bond was approved in 1926 for constructing and equipping a water works and fire protection system for Long Beach. This building located on East Second Street, included City Hall (1926-1958), Water Works Department (1926-1974), and Fire Department (1926-1980)


   East Second Street Station (Remodeled) around 1964. The sign in the front says "Welcome To  Police Department, Fire Department Open House"


  Long Beach Fire Station, Located on East 2nd Street (Present Day City Hall Location) around 1975

Alexander Road Police/Fire Station

   Alexander Road Station (Fire  1981-1996 and Police 1981 - Present). This picture was taken around 1985

Where we are today

  Station 1, located at 645 Klondyke Road
   Station 2, located at 120 E. 2nd Street
   Station 3, located at 21066 Johnson Road