Fire Stations

Tahoe Douglas Fire District operates out of four fire stations along the southern and eastern shores of Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

Station 21

Station 21702 Kingsbury Grade
Stateline, NV 

Station 21 houses three personnel who are able to respond in a Type I engine, Type III brush, paramedic ambulance or patrol. Station 21 serves the upper half of Kingsbury Grade, including several residential neighborhoods and the Nevada side of Heavenly Valley Ski Resort.  


Station 22


Station 22 - Zephyr Fire Crew Quarters205 Kingsbury Grade
Stateline, NV

The facility houses the Zephyr Crew, which is our wildland fire and fuel reduction crew, including the fuels management officer, supervisor, and foreman, and approximately 35 firefighters hired for the fire season.


Station 23

Administrative offices

Station 23193 Elks Point Road
Zephyr Cove, NV 

Station 23 is the main fire station that houses four personnel, battalion chiefs, assistant chief and fire chief. Station 23 has the highest call volume. This station houses Type I engine, Type III brush, a paramedic ambulance, and ladder truck. 


Station 24

Station 24875 Hwy. 50
Zephyr Cove, NV

Station 24 houses four personnel who are able to respond in a Type I engine, paramedic ambulance, reserve ambulance, fireboat, and rescue jet skis. Station 24 covers Zephyr Cove and surrounding areas.



Station 25

Station 25

1803 Hwy. 50
Glenbrook, NV

Station 25 houses up to three personnel who are able to respond in a Type I engine or water tender. The hazardous materials trailer and bomb squad response vehicle is also located here along with the bomb squad office. Station 25 serves the community of Glenbrook and its surrounding areas.


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