Station 1, or Central Station, is located in the heart of Crowley at the corner of the Court Circle and West Hutchinson Avenue. Central Station normally staffs 9 fire line employees. Also, the Fire Chief's office is located at Central. Engine 20, Service Engine 21, Rescue 15, Tower 2, Reserve Service Engine 25, Unit 4 (District Chief), and Unit 14 are all stationed at Station 1. Engine 20 responds to calls within Central Station's district, while Service Engine 21, Tower 2, and Rescue 15 respond to most calls throughout the city. Unit 4, the District Chief oversees all day to day operations and fire ground command on all incidents, and responds from Central Station.
Station 2, or South Crowley Station, is located just a couple blocks off Parkerson Avenue in historic residential South Crowley, adjacent to the park. Station 2 houses Engine 5, which serves the southern side of the city, along with south of town responses such as mutual aide with Lyons Point Fire Department.
Station 3, or North Crowley Station, is located on East Northern Avenue. Station 3 houses Engine 7 as well as Reserve Engine 3, the fire department's spare fire engine. Engine 3 is only activated if another fire engine is out of service for maintaince or otherwise. The captain at Station 3 responds to calls within the North Crowley District along with all incidents out of town responses north of town such as mutual aide with Rayne, Egan, Iota, and Branch Fire Departments. Engine 7 also responds to incidents along Interstate 10.
Crowley Fire Training Facility
The Crowley Fire Training Facility, or Training Grounds, is located on the west side of the city, and serves at the training and testing grounds for fire operations. Firefighters particpate in daily training and frequent indivisual testing. As well as company, and multi-company training. The training grounds consists of a training center, which is the training officer's office and a large classroom, a 4-story training tower, multi-stage burn building, and a rescue maze. Firefighters can train such skills like fire extinguishment, search and rescue, high-rise firefighting and rescue, salvage and overhaul, ventilation, ladder excercises, driving excercises, first responder training, and leadership training.