Alameda Fire Station 4 2595 Mecartney Rd, Alameda, CA94502 This station, established in 1991, serves Bay Farm Island and also works with the Oakland Fire Department to…More respond to aircraft emergencies and fires at the Oakland airport. In return, the Oakland Fire Department provides an engine company for structure fires on Bay Farm Island.
This is the oldest staffed fire station in the city. As part of the Alameda Fire Department, it opened in 1927. The…More facility houses an engine, a truck and an ambulance. It serves the west end of the island including Ballena Bay, Robert Crown Memorial State Beach and the Barnhill and Pacific Marinas.</p>
Alameda Fire Station Three 1709 Grand St, Alameda, CA94501 Opened in 1923, this single engine station responds to all structural fires on the island and staffs the…More department's fireboat and water rescue boat. While the fire station on the corner of Grand Street still houses the crew's equipment, the firefighters themselves reside in the two-story house immediately next door.
Alameda Fire Station One 2401 Encinal Ave, Alameda, CA94501 This station, located right next to the Department headquarters, is the busiest on the island. Station One serves…More the Fernside District, Southshore, Government Island and the east end of the main island.
Amateur Radio Club of Alameda 431 Stardust Pl, Alameda, CA94501 The Amateur Radio Club of Alameda engages in a variety of activities, such as emergency communications, radio contests…More and outdoor events. The club meets on the fourth Friday of each month at the fire department training center. The training center is in Alameda's West End district, next to the American Red Cross blood donation center. The best way to contact ARCA is to show up at one of its meetings.
The Alameda Fire Department, under Chief David Kapler, offers fire protection, emergency and disaster response, as…More well as paramedic services and community education. The department's four open stations can provide emergency response anywhere in the city within approximately three to four minutes.</p>
<p>The department responded to 6,573 calls in 2006, or about 18 calls per day. The 92-member department boasts four advanced life support engine companies, two ladder truck companies, three ambulances, one fireboat and one water rescue boat.</p>
<p>It also offers a variety of safety courses, including an emergency preparedness course, which teaches participants fire suppression and disaster search and rescue techniques, and a fall-prevention program for seniors.</p>