Stations

Station 9-1 (Central)

1960 River St
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
(269) 345-2113

Built in 2009, Station 9-1 is the largest of the three stations. It was built in it’s current location, moving from the old station which was located near Merrill Park on Comstock Ave. The station features three large drive-thru apparatus bays which house a fire engine, a rescue engine, a quick response medical SUV, a brush truck and a river rescue boat. The station also contains the offices of the Assistant Fire Chief and Fleet Mechanics, as well as houses a large classroom which serves as the primary training location for firefighters. In addition to serving Comstock Township, this station covers all 9-1-1 requests for service in the Lakewood (Kalamazoo Township) area as well as provides mutual aid to Pavilion Township, the City of Portage, the City of Kalamazoo and the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport.


Station 9-2 (North)

5947 E H Ave
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
(269) 349-5282

Built in 2014, Station 9-2 is the newest of the three stations. The station features three drive-thru apparatus bays and two additional traditional bays. It is home to a fire engine, a rescue engine, a quick response medical SUV, a brush truck and a lake rescue boat. It is also home to the pride of the fleet, a 1943 Seagrave fire engine. In addition to serving Comstock Township, this station provides mutual aid to Eastwood (Kalamazoo Township), the City of Kalamazoo, Cooper Township and Richland Township.


Station 9-3 (East)

8700 E Michigan Ave
Galesburg, MI 49053
(269) 381-0804

Built in 2002, Station 9-3 is the oldest of the three stations. It was constructed in order to improve response times to Comstock residents and businesses located in the eastern portions of the township. It is also the smallest of the three stations, with only two drive-thru apparatus bays which is currently home to a single fire engine. This station also serves as the administrative office for the Comstock Township Department of Fire & Rescue. It contains the offices of the Fire Chief, the Deputy Fire Chief, the Fire Marshal and the Administrative Assistant. In addition to serving Comstock Township, this station provides mutual aid to neighboring Galesburg/Charleston Township.