Fire

Firehouse 1 - Firehouse 1 opened in 1971.

Firehouse 2 - Henrico County VA Firehouse 2 which is one of two firehouses that house the Search and Rescue Dive Team.

Firehouse 3 - Firehouse 3 serves the Highland Springs area and is home to Engine 3, Brush 3, Fire Medic 3, and Battalion Chief 2.

Firehouse 4 - Firehouse 4 opened in 1964. It is home to Engine 4, Fire Medic 4, Tanker 4, and Brush 4.

Firehouse 5 - Firehouse 5 serves the Lakeside community. Firehouse 5 currently houses Engine 5, Fire Medic 5, and Air Utility 5.

Firehouse 6 - Firehouse 6, the Eastover Gardens Firehouse, opened at its present location in 1969 and is one of the busiest firehouses in the county, and home to Engine 6, Truck 6, and Fire Medic 6.

Firehouse 7 - Firehouse 7 serves the Glenwood Farms area of Henrico County. It is home to Engine 7, Fire Medic 7, and Battalion Chief 4.

Firehouse 8 - The current firehouse opened on October 8, 2011 replacing the original firehouse which was placed in service on October 29, 1949 at the same location. It currently houses Engine 8, Attack Pumper 8, and a Reserve Engine.

Firehouse 9 - Firehouse 9 protects the Regency area is home to Engine 9 and Fire Medic 9.

Firehouse 10 - Firehouse 10 is home to Engine and Truck 10. Firehouse 10 was the first firehouse in Henrico County to have a truck company which was originally named Aerial 1.

Firehouse 11 - Firehouse 11 first opened in the northern district in 1964. It houses Engine 11 and Fire Medic 11.

Firehouse 12 - Firehouse 12 is also known as the West End Manor Firehouse. It is home to Engine 12, Truck 12, Fire Medic 12, and EMS 1.

Firehouse 13 - Firehouse 13, The Gayton Area Firehouse, is home to Engine 13, Squad 13, and Fire Medic 13.

Firehouse 14 - Internally known as "The Elko Outpost", Firehouse 14 serves the greater Elko and White Oak communities. The firehouse is home to Engine 14, Tanker 14, and Fire Medic 14.

Firehouse 15 - Firehouse 15, the Glen Allen Area Firehouse is the home of Engine 15 and Fire Medic 15. This station also houses Tanker 15 and Brush 15. Glen Allen Firehouse 15 is the home of the Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) Support Team with MCI 15, Incident Support Unit (Rehab), Special Event Trailer (SET) and Western Shelter.

Firehouse 16 - Firehouse 16 serves the Shady Grove area of Henrico County. The firehouse houses Engine 16, Fire Medic 16, Tanker 16, Brush 16.

Firehouse 17 - Firehouse 17 is home to the following apparatus: Engine 17, SR4 (2000 Ford F550 double cab), SR1 (1999 Pierce Freightliner), and other boats. Firehouse 17 is one of two firehouses that hosts the Search and Rescue Dive Team.

Firehouse 18 - Firehouse 18 is a 10,330 square foot station located in the eastern district of the county. Firehouse 18 houses Engine 18, Squad 18, Tanker 18, and Brush 18.

Firehouse 21 - Firehouse 21 serves the Virginia Center area of Henrico County and is home to Engine 21, Squad 21, District Chief 3, HazMat 1, HazMat 2, and HazMat 3. Firehouse 21 is home to the Hazardous Incident Team

Firehouse 22 - Firehouse 22 is in the western area of Henrico County. This firehouse is home to Engine 22, Truck 22, Fire Medic 22, and Battalion Chief 1.