Neighborhood Fire Stations

The Stockton Fire Department staffs 12 fire stations housing 12 engine companies and 3 truck companies. Each fire station has one fire engine and the truck companies are located at Stations 2, 3, and 4.  In addition, our Training Division, and Communications Division are quartered at our central fire station, Station 2. Our Hazardous Material (Haz Mat) Team is staffed by Station 3 and Urban Search and Rescue Team is staffed by Station 2.


Addresses of Fire Stations 

  • Station 1 - 1818 S. Fresno Avenue, Stockton, CA 95206 Map
  • Station 2 - 110 West Sonora Street  Stockton, CA  95203  Map
  • Station 3 - 1116 East First Street  Stockton, CA  95206  Map
  • Station 4 - 5525 Pacific Avenue  Stockton, CA  95207  Map
  • Station 5 - 3499 Manthey Road  Stockton, CA  95206  Map
  • Station 6 - 1501 Picardy Drive  Stockton, CA  95203  Map
  • Station 7 - 1767 West Hammer Lane  Stockton, CA  95209  Map
  • Station 9 -  550 East Harding Way  Stockton, CA  95204  Map
  • Station 10 - 2903 West March Lane  Stockton, CA  95219  Map
  • Station 11 - 1211 East Swain Road  Stockton, CA  95210  Map
  • Station 12 - 4010 East Main Street  Stockton, CA  95215  Map
  • Station 13 -  3606 Hendrix Drive  Stockton, CA  95212  Map
  • Station 14 - 3019 McNabb Street  Stockton, CA  95209  Map


Safe StationsSafe Station sign

Stockton Fire Stations are a safe place for children and individuals in crisis. Although firefighters have daily inspection and emergency duties that require them to be absent from the fire station for limited periods, they will always return.


Bright yellow signs designating a "Safe Station" are posted at each fire station to remind us that a fire station is a haven of safety.


Safe SurrenderSafe Surrender sign

The Safely Surrendered Baby law (California Health and Safety Code, section 1255.7) provides a safe alternative for the surrender of a newborn baby in specified circumstances. Under the Safely Surrendered Baby law, a parent or person with lawful custody can safely surrender a baby confidentially, and without fear of prosecution, within 72 hours after birth.


The Safely Surrendered Baby law required the baby to be taken to a public or private hospital, designated fire station, or other safe surrender sites. All Stockton Fire Stations are safe Surrender sites.


For more information about this and places where newborns can be safely surrendered, please contact the California Department of Social Services website in the External Links below.


Station Tours

To tour a fire station, please contact Stockton Fire Prevention during normal business hours. Thirty-day advance notice is required.


External Links

California Department of Social Services

This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 1/30/2023