Tahoe Douglas Fire District operates out of four fire stations along the southern and eastern shores of Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Fire Station 21 is located at 702 Kingsbury Grade in Stateline.
Station 21 houses three personnel who are able to respond in a Type I engine, Type III brush or patrol. There is also a reserve ambulance stationed here. Station 21 serves the upper half of Kingsbury Grade including several residential neighborhoods and the Nevada side of Heavenly Valley Ski Resort.
Station 22, ZEPHYR CREW Quarters
The facility houses the Zephyr Crew, which is our wildland fire fighter crew, including a full-time Supervisor and Foreman, and approximately 28 firefighters hired for the fire season.
Fire Station 23 is located at 193 Elks Point Rd. in Zephyr Cove.
Station 23 is the main fire station, and houses four personnel. It is also the location of the administrative offices. Station 23 is by far the busiest and crews can respond in a Type I engine, paramedic ambulance, or ladder truck.
Fire Station 24 is located at 875 Hwy. 50 in Zephyr Cove.
Station 24 houses four personnel including the Battalion Chief. Their equipment includes a Type I engine and paramedic ambulance. The rescue boat is located here in the winter months and is available 365 days/year. In the summer time the boat is in the water to facilitate quicker response. Station 24 covers Zephyr Cove and surrounding areas.
Fire Station 25 is located at 1803 Hwy. 50 in Glenbrook.
Station 25 houses two personnel who are able to respond in a Type I engine or water tender. The hazardous materials trailer and bomb squad are also located here along with the bomb squad. Station 25 serves the community of Glenbrook and its surrounding areas.