Troy Fire Stations

The Fire Department operates and maintains six Fire Stations, one training center, and one suite of administrative offices within Troy City Hall.


Station 1

Fire Station No. 1

1019 East Big Beaver

Apparatus: 1 engine,1 100 ft. aerial platform ladder


    Station 2

    Fire Station No. 2

    5600 Livernois

    Apparatus 1 engine, 1 100 ft. aerial platform ladder, 1 grass truck


      Station 3

      Fire Station No. 3

      2400 West Big Beaver

      Apparatus 1 engine, 1 100 ft. aerial platform ladder, 1 air tender


        Station 4

        Fire Station No. 4

        2103 East Maple

        Apparatus 1 engine, 1 65 ft. ladder, 1 Heavy Rescue


        Station 5

        Fire Station No. 5

        6399 John R

        Apparatus 1 engine, 1 65 ft. ladder


        Station 6

        Fire Station No. 6

        5901 Coolidge

        Apparatus 1 engine, 1 65 ft. ladder


        Training Center

        The Fire/Police Training Center

        4850 John R

        Apparatus Special Operations Vehicles


          Station 8 Offices

          Administrative Offices

          500 West Big Beaver

          Located in City Hall

          1 Chief, 1 Assistant Chief, 4 Staff Lieutenants, 5 Staff Technicians, 1 Secretary, 1 part-time Administrative Assistant, 2 Part-time Staff Assistants

            Station 8 Offices



            Did You Know?

            • Troy is the largest fire department in Oakland County and the largest volunteer/combination fire department in Michigan.
            • Troy's Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating of 3 places it in the top 3.4% of communities nation-wide.
            • FEMA has a new App for weather alerts, disaster safety tips, and an interactive emergency checklist. The latest version of the FEMA app is available for free in the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices.
            • The Troy Fire Department has a "Safety Committee" comprised of select career staff members and representative fire fighters from each of the six stations. This committee meets to research, evaluate, and recommend new equipment purchases including personal protective equipment, tools, hose, and apparatus. This process helps ensure fire fighters will have the necessary equipment to meet our profession's ever changing needs.
            • The Troy Fire Department has a "Technology Committee" comprised of select career staff members and representative fire fighters from each of the six stations. This committee meets to research, evaluate, and recommend technology upgrades including hardware and software applications. This process helps ensure the department equips its fire fighters with the latest technology to enhance safety and efficiency.
            • The Troy Fire Department hosts a career Exploring program through the Boy Scouts of America. Since 1996 the Post has performed many community service projects and continues to receive ongoing training from Fire Department members.