Framingham Fire Department Headquarters is located at 10 Loring Drive.   The building is also home to Engine 3, (a 1994 Pierce 1250/500) and Ladder 3, (a 1997 Pierce Quantum 1500/300/105' RMA).

Station 1 is located at 1055 Worcester Road (Rt. 9, westbound), just past Framingham Centre.   The station is home to Engine 1 (a 1985 Pierce 1250/500) and Platform 1, (a 1987 Pierce 1500/200 95' tower).

Station 2 is located on Watson Place in Saxonville.  Built in 1901 it is the oldest of the currently active fire houses in town.  The station is home to Engine 2, a 1984 Pierce 1250/500. (Note: when built, the tower was designed with two purposes; (1) it housed a bell to sound fire local alarms, and; (2) as a place to hang-dry fire hoses after use.)

Station 5 is located at 620 Concord Street and is home to Engine 5, (a 1987 Pierce 1250/500 foam unit), and Engine 6, (a Maxim spare pumper).   Station 5 is also home to Rescue 1, a 1991 Spartan/Salisbury Heavy Rescue.

Station 7 is located on Water Street (Nobscot) and is home to Engine 7, a 1985 Pierce 1250/500.

photos by Randy M. Harris

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