Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County Fire Stations

Nashville, TN

Since the Metro Nashville Fire Department (MNFD) began serving the region in 1860, their service area has grown from six square miles to nearly 550 square miles. To minimize their response times, MNFD replaced six of their 39 fire stations.

Fire Station 3

  • 16,000 sf, two-story fire station
  • Block and brick building with a precast hollow core for the second floor slab

Fire Station 11

  • 15,600 sf, two-story fire station
  • Masonry building with a precast hollow core for the second floor slab and wood trusses

Fire Station 21

  • 19,000 sf fire station
  • Bunk rooms, large common area with open kitchen and training mezzanine for balcony / vertical rappel rescue houses ladder truck, engine, collapse rescue, air truck, foam trailer and medic unit?

Fire Station 30

  • 15,000 sf fire station
  • 13 dorm rooms, apparatus bay and human decontamination room

Fire Station 31

  • 16,000 sf, two-story fire station
  • Masonry building with a precast hollow core for the second floor slab and wood trusses

Fire Station 33

  • 21,000 sf fire station