The men and women of the Warwick Fire Department pledge to the citizens of this city to provide the highest level of emergency services to mitigate incidents which arise from fire, medical, hazardous material or environmental mishaps either on land or water.
We dedicate ourselves to a lasting partnership with the community, to support a higher quality of life through public education, loss prevention and service response.
Established as a town in 1642
Warwick became a city in 1931
The third largest city in Rhode Island
Population over 85,500 , 49.6 total sq. miles
39 miles of coastline on Narragansett Bay
14.1 sq. miles of ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers
Also the Home of T. F. Green International Airport
Warwick Fire Stations:
Station 1 (Apponaug)
111 Veterans Memorial Drive
Engine 1, Ladder 1, Battalion 1, Rescue 1, Boat 1.
Station 2 (Lakewood/Norwood)
771 Post Road
Engine 2, Ladder 2, Rescue 2, Boat 2, Marine 2 (Pettis Marina).
Station 3 (Oakland Beach)
2373 West Shore Road
Engine 3, Rescue 3, Marine 4 (Fairwinds Marina).
Station 4 (Bayside)
1501 West Shore Road
Engine 4, Ladder 3, Boat 4.
Station 5 (Cowesett)
450 Cowesett Road
Engine 5, Rescue 4.
Station 6 (Conimicut)
456 West Shore Road
Engine 6, Battalion 2, Marine 6 (Cole Farm Road boat ramp).
Station 8 (Hillsgrove)
1651 Post Road
Engine 8, Special Hazards 1, Hazardous Materials Trailer, Technical Rescue Trailer.
Station 9 (Natick/Pontiac)
314 Commonwealth Avenue
Engine 9, Flammable Liquids Task Force Trailer.
Station 10 (Potowomut)
225 Potowomut Road
Engine 10, Boat 10.