Hopkins Hill Fire District
Hopkins Hill Fire District is headquartered at the Hopkins Hill Fire Station on Hopkins Hill Road.
The district encompasses one square mile, and its firefighters serve about 5,000 Coventry residents. The station houses a ladder truck, a brush fire truck, an ambulance and a quint fire engine (combination ladder and fire truck). There are eight full-time firefighters and 40 call firefighters serving the district.
The district, led by Chief Frank Brown, is one of four in Coventry. It is also the dispatch center for all fire calls in town, relaying emergency alerts to stations in the Hopkins Hill, Coventry, Central Coventry and Western Coventry fire districts.
- Handicap Accessible: There is a single handicapped-accessible parking spot in front and level access to the entrance.
- Founding Date: 1952
- Services: Structural fire and wildfire suppression, emergency medical services including basic and advanced life support.
- Parking: Free lot
- Public restrooms: No
- Number of firefighters: 8
- Number of trucks: 3
- Fire department services: Engine, Ladder, Rescue
- Type: Professional