Station 22

10301 Falls of Neuse

Opened February 5, 2019

Faces east
View [former] plaque

Temporary modular building

History: Station 22 opened on July 31, 1998, at 9350 Durant Road. Engine 22 was placed in service with a 1985 Pirsch pumper. Land for the station was donated by the Mallinckrodt Corporation. The $850,000 facility was dedicated on August 5, 1998. The 5,222 square-foot, one-story facility was designed by Cherry Huffman Architects, and bult by SAL Construction.

Truck 22 was placed in service on August 14, 2001, with a 1988 Pierce articulating aerial platform. It was renamed Ladder 22 on August 21, 2006, and renamed Ladder 5 on July 7, 2009. Ladder 5 also staffs a haz-mat decontamination unit. The station is located in the Neuse Crossroads community

On February 5, 2019, Station 22 was closed and Engine 22 was relocated to temporary quarters at 10301 Falls of Neuse, in a pair of temporary buildings at the water plant on Falls of Neuse Road. Ladder 5 and Haz-Mat 4 were relocated to Station 25. The Durant Road fire station was demolished in March and April, in preparation for a future rail crossing project planned to impact the site.

Last updated: July 31, 2019.

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