Hopkins Hill Fire District is headquartered at the Hopkins Hill Fire Station on Hopkins Hill Road.
The…More 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.
Emergency Fire Systems 19 Highland Ave, Coventry, RI02816 Emergency Fire Systems is a fire alarm company. Services include installation and maintenance. It is available to…More residents and businesses in Coventry and surrounding areass.
Anthony Fire Station 571 Washington St, Coventry, RI02816 Anthony Fire Station is the headquarters for the Coventry Fire District, one of four fire districts in Coventry. The…More district, which was founded in 1925, encompasses 5.5 square miles, with a population of 17,000. As of Jan. 1, 2011, the station will boast 17 firefighters, not including Fire Chief Paul Labbadia. The station houses one fire engine, a ladder truck, rescue and heavy rescue unit. Truck bays for the station face Fairview Avenue and Washington Street.
Harris Fire Station, located near the West Warwick and Coventry border, sits on a narrow sliver of land between Main…More Street and the Pawtuxet River. The squat firehouse has two truck bays below a small second floor. Once the headquarters of its own fire district, the station is now part of the Central Coventry Fire District, which also includes the Washington and Tiogue fire stations. Robert Seltzer is the chief, headquartered at Tiogue Fire Station.
The building was originally named the Phenix Fire Station at its founding in 1889. It is a short distance from the West Warwick village of Phenix, but actually in the Coventry village of Harris.
The Western Coventry Fire District Chief Donald Hall and Captains Kelly Guastini and Robert Mann lead the corp of 30…More professional and volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians that protects the western portion of Coventry, from Hammet Road to the Connecticut border.
The fire district's facilities, at 1110 Victory Highway and 2 Hopkins Hill Road, house six trucks -- a rescue, an engine, two tankers and two brush trucks -- plus an all-terrain vehicle to protect roughly half the land area of Coventry.
The CCFD station at 240 Arnold Rd. became the main branch for Central Coventry Fire District in 2006. The District…More was created by the merger of Central Coventry, Harris, Tiogue and Washington Districts.
Aside from keeping residents safe, the firefighters of Central Coventry spend much of their time giving back to the community. The District supports a number of charities and organizations including Project Autism Rhode Island, MS Society, MDA Boot Drive and many more.
Visitors to the station can also check out the hot pink fire engine that is part of the Rhode Island Chapter of Pink Heals, an organization that supports the fight against breast cancer.
To show their holiday spirit, the members of the Central Coventry Fire District offer free pictures with Santa each holiday season as well as Santa's tour on a fire engine around town each year.