New Smyrna Beach Fire Stations

Each of our fire stations is strategically located to protect the lives and property of the citizens and visitors of New Smyrna Beach by providing them the highest standard of emergency, medical, rescue and fire suppression services in a timely, practical and cost-effective manner.

In 2004, voters approved an $18.3-million general obligation bond for public safety projects. Using these funds, the City has replaced three of its aging fire stations with new, state-of-the-art facilities designed to shelter our public safety responders and, when needed, our residents, during large scale events. The fourth replacement station is under construction and is scheduled to open in 2014. Called the Central Fire Station, this newest facility will serve as the main operation station. 
  1. Station 50
  2. Station 51
  3. Station 52
  4. Station 53
Fire Station 50 officially opened December 17, 2014.  It is centrally located along S.R. 44, which offers more efficient access to all areas today and when planning for future growth.  The 11,500 square-foot station was the final public safety project to be built using an $18.3-million general obligation bond approved by voters in 2004 for public safety projects and sidewalks.  Additional bond-funded public safety projects that have been completed include Fire Station 52, Fire Station 53 and the police department.

The facility replaced the former Fire Station 50 in service since 1948 in the historic downtown area on Canal Street business district.
 
Station 50
1400 S.R. 44
Ph: 386-424-2215
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Station 50