Haltom City Fire / Rescue has three fire stations in Haltom City.
The Central Fire Station, located at 5525 Broadway Avenue, houses Fire Administration and is the largest firehouse in the city. It opened in February of 2004 and is a state-of-the-art, two-story building that can house up to 12 department members per shift, as well as accommodate the department's fire administration staff. The Central Fire Station, or Station Number 1, features living quarters, drive-through bays, training room and serves as the city's emergency operations center. It is 21,357 square feet in size. Central Station is the busiest of the three Haltom City facilities, responding to approximately 1,500 calls per year.
Haltom City's newest station, Station Number 2, is located at 5700 Midway Road Voters approved a proposition for the construction of the new fire station in the amount of $3.655 million in a 2010 general obligation bond election. Station Number 2 replaced the city's oldest station on Waldemar, built in 1966.
The new facility is approximately 12,000 square feet in size, contains four vehicle bays, and provides living quarters for six firefighter personnel.
Haltom City Fire Station Number 3, located at 5100 Old Denton Road, was completed in 2022. Station Number 3 houses eight firefighters, one front-line engine, one ladder truck, and one reserve engine. The new Station Number 3 replaces the now decommissioned station that was under the IH820 water tower.
Architecturally, The new fire station brings state-of-the-art facilities to north Haltom City. A cost-efficient solution, the new building was constructed using pre-engineered steel framing systems. The environmentally efficient envelope encloses the functional spaces within a masonry and stucco skin. The roof is constructed of an insulated metal panel system that provides an energy code-compliant system that sandwiches 6" rigid foam between metal interior and exterior skins, leaving clean surfaces on both sides and eliminating the need for secondary interior ceiling systems (which age more rapidly). Decommissioning the older Water Tank - Fire Station Number 3, the new facility will house 8 firefighters around the clock.