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Station No. 1 (B)

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Station No. 1 (B)

420 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (W. Federal St), Youngstown, Ohio 44502 (Between Belmont Ave and 5th Ave)

Arsene Rousseau


March 31, 1955


March 1, 1956


Engine 1, Engine 7, Ladder 22, Squad 33, Car 31/Battalion 1


Still Standing

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Station 1 is the main city fire station. It is located in the heart of Downtown Youngstown. Station 1 is home to the Fire Chief's office, Training, Shop, Fire Prevention and Inspection and Arson. Opened on March 1, 1956, this station marked the return of a downtown fire station. The city's center had been covered by outlying stations since the early 1930's when the original downtown station closed. Station 1 was designed by architect Arsene Rousseau and modeled after a station in Toledo, Ohio. In October 2018, Squad 33 was relocated to Station 3 and began running as Rescue 3. On December 13, 2019, Engine 7 was relocated to downtown when their station was closed. As of 12/13/2019, Engine 7, Ladder 22 and Battalion 1 respond from the downtown station.

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