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Station 45

1140 Court Street
Clearwater, Fl. 33756

Opened in December 2014, this three-story fire station facility serves as both a fire station and a fire administration office.

The station serves the downtown district of both commercial and residential areas of Clearwater. The station is equipped with one ALS engine company, one ALS rescue unit, one aerial truck company, one district commander, and a support of special teams equipment and reserve apparatus.

The crew members of Station 45 are housed on the second floor of the 33,000-square-foot building, while the administration is on the third floor.

The Fire Prevention and Inspection Division is also based out of the station, as are the district chiefs for emergency management, special operations and health and safety.

Station 45
1140 Court Street. (Downtown)

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Station 44

950 Gulf Blvd.
Clearwater, Fl. 33767

Completed in Oct. 2002, this two-story fire station facility with two drive-thru apparatus bays. Station #44 serves the Sand Key area, which includes a year round residential community, restaurants, and a wide variety of specialty shops, high-rise hotels, and condominiums.

Station #44 is set between the Sand Key bridge and Sand Key park entrance. The station is equipped with one (1) ALS fire engine, which is staffed with one lieutenant, one driver operator, and one fire fighter/paramedic.

 

Station 44
950 Gulf Blvd. (Sand Key)

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Station 46

534 Mandalay Avenue
Clearwater, Fl. 33767

Built in 1964, this two story fire station facility provides fire protection and ALS response coverage for the beach community. Station #46 serves the beach area, which includes a year round residential community, restaurants, and a wide variety of specialty shops, high-rise hotels and condominiums.

This two bay drive-thru facility is equipped with one engine company, one ALS rescue unit (4x4). Full staffing consists of one lieutenant, one driver operator, one firefighter, one lead paramedic and one paramedic.

This facility also houses a Jet Ski and a four-wheel drive mule for beach access, for surface water rescue operations, and special event needs.

 

Station 46
534 Mandalay Ave. (Clearwater Beach)

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Station 47

1460 Lakeview Road
Clearwater, Fl. 33756

Built in 1974, this single story fire station facility provides response coverage to a large residential community area that borders the Largo Fire Rescue fire district to the south.

This three (3) bay facility, houses one engine company, one ALS transport rescue unit, and one reserve engine apparatus. Full staffing is one lieutenant, one driver operator, one firefighter, one lead medic, and one firefighter/paramedic.

This facility also houses the Department’s supply warehouse, which provides the Department with the daily functional needs along with numerous other resources.

Safety Village is also located next to this location, which was developed for public education and training.

 

Station 47
1460 Lakeview Rd. (corner of Highland & Lakeview)

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Station 48

1700 North Belcher Road
Clearwater, Fl. 33765

Built in 1978, this single-story fire station facility provides response coverage to residential, industrial, and a wide variety of commercial structures along with the City airport park complex.

This three drive-thru bay facility is equipped with one engine company, one ALS transport rescue unit, one aerial truck company, and one district commander.

This location is also home to the Department’s training complex that includes a classroom, a five- story fire training tower, and other resources for all types of active fire training needs.

 

Station 48
1700 North Belcher Road

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Station 49

565 Sky Harbor Drive
Clearwater, Fl. 33759

Opened in December 2003, this fire station facility provides needed coverage to a large response area, bordering Largo Fire Rescue to the South and the City of Tampa to the East.

This four-bay drive thru facility is equipped with an ALS engine, squad, rescue, and marine unit. Additionally, the Rescue Lieutenant's office is located here. This new one-story station is ADA compliant and has a diverse housing layout.

 

Station 49
565 Sky Harbor Drive

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Station 50

2681 Countryside Blvd.
Clearwater, Fl. 33766

Built in 1977, this single story fire station facility provides coverage to the northeast area of the fire district. This combination residential and commercial area borders with several mutual aid fire departments.

This three-bay drive-thru facility is equipped with one engine company and one ALS transport rescue unit. Full staffing is one lieutenant, one driver operator, one firefighter, one lead medic and one firefighter/paramedic.

This facility also currently houses a reserve aerial unit and a reserve rescue unit.

 

Station 50
2681 Countryside Blvd. (Countryside Mall)

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Station 51

1720 Overbrook Avenue
Clearwater, Fl. 33755

Opened in August of 2004, this single story fire station provides coverage to the northwest area of Clearwater's fire district bordering the City of Dunedin. This facility was architecturally duplicated from our Fire Station 49. This four-bay drive thru facility is equipped with an ALS engine, which is staffed with a Lieutenant, Driver Operator, and Fire Medic. This station is ADA compliant and has a diverse housing layout.

 

Station 51
1720 Overbrook Ave.

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Special Teams Stations

Marine Unit & Dive Boat

Location: Station 45

 

 

Dive Team Unit & Dive Boat
Marine 49

SWAT Unit

Location: Station 45

SWAT Team
SWAT Team
SWAT Team

Technical Rescue Response Units

Truck #48 and Squad #51

The Technical Rescue Team (TRT) was formally established in 1989 to provide the City of Clearwater with the required response coverage to workers entering confined spaces while providing adequate response to high angle rescue operations. The team merged with Pinellas County in 1991 to enhance training and response countywide. Currently the teams capabilities are:

  • Confined Space
  • High Angle
  • Building Collapse
  • Trench and Excavation
  • Heavy Extrication
  • Light Urban Search & Rescue Operations

 

Technical Rescue Team
Technical Rescue Team
Technical Rescue Team
Technical Rescue Team
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