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Thursday, July 27, 2017


EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1
Phone: 757-890-3600   TDD: 757-890-3621 

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EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1

Physical Address:
301 Goodwin Neck Road
Yorktown, VA 23690

Mailing Address:
PO Box 532
Yorktown, VA 23690

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Phone: 
757-890-3600
TDD: 757-890-3621

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757-890-3601

Administrative Office Hours:
8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. M-F
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NEIGHBORHOOD FIRE STATIONS

FIRE STATION NO. 1 - GRAFTON

Location: 5751 George Washington Memorial Highway

History: The first fire station built in York County, the "Grafton Fire Station" was originally constructed on its current site by members of the York Volunteer Fire Department and completed in March, 1960. Enlargement and renovation of the building was completed in November 1989 as part of the first phase of the 1986 York County Fire and Rescue Services Bond Referendum. Fire Station One has served as the headquarters station for over 30 years.

Service Area: Serving as the district fire station for the southeastern portion of York County, Fire Station One/Grafton responds "first due" into the Grafton, Dare, and surrounding areas and subdivisions. This station also provides primary back up response to the area covered by the Tabb, Yorktown and Seaford Fire Stations.

FIRE STATION NO. 2 - TABB

Location: 4405 Big Bethel Road

History: The second fire station built in York County, the "Tabb Station" was built by the county and dedicated in April of 1974.

Service Area: Fire Station two/Tabb responds "first due" into the Tabb area of the county. Generally a portion of the county south and east of the Harwoods Mill Reservoir along boundaries shared by York County and the Cities of Hampton, Newport News and Poquoson. This station also provides primary back up response to the Grafton Fire Station.

FIRE STATION NO. 3 - BRUTON

Location: 114 Hubbard Lane

History: The third fire station built in York County, the Bruton Fire Station was built by the county and dedicated in December of 1979.

Service Area: Serving as the District Fire Station for the northwestern portion of York County - Fire Station Three/Bruton, responds "first due" into the Bruton District of the county. Generally all portions of the county from Naval Weapons Station Skiffs Creek Area north and west to Camp Peary. This station also provides primary back up response to the areas covered by the Skimino Fire Station and areas of James City County as well as Williamsburg. The response area also includes most of the county large hotels/motels, the Water County USA Theme Park and approximately 9 miles of the interstate 64.

FIRE STATION NO. 4 - YORKTOWN

Location: 901 Goosley Road

History: The fourth fire station built in York County, the "Yorktown Station" was built and opened in December of 1990, by the county, as part of phase two of the 1986 York County Fire and Rescue Bond Referendum.

Service Area: Fire Station Four/Yorktown responds "first due" into the Yorktown area of York County. Generally all portion of the county north of the C&O Railroad Tracks on Route 17 north to the York River and west to the Naval Weapons Station and Newport News line. This station also provides primary back up response to the Grafton and Seaford Fire Stations. In addition the Department's specialized Technical Rescue Team responds from Fire Station Four. 

FIRE STATION NO. 5 - LIGHTFOOT / SKIMINO

Location: 2000 Newman Road

History: The fifth fire station built in York County, the "Skimino Station" (Lightfoot) was built by the county and opened in July of 1991, as part of phase two of the 1986 York County Fire and Rescue Bond Referendum.

Service Area: Fire Station Five/Skimino-Lightfoot areas of the county - Generally a portion of the county west of Camp Peary to the James City County line. This station also provides primary back up response to the Bruton Fire Station and areas of James City County.

FIRE STATION NO. 6 - SEAFORD

Location: 503 Back Creek Road

History: The sixth fire station built in York County, the "Seaford Fire Station" was built by the county, as part of phase two of the 1986 York County Fire and Rescue Bond Referendum.

Service Area: Fire Station Six/Seaford responds "first due" into the areas of Seaford, Dandy, Waterview, and Hornsbyville. This station also provides primary back up response to the Grafton and Yorktown Fire Stations. The response area includes the coverage for two large industrial complexes; Dominion Virginia Power - Yorktown Power Station, and the Plains Marketing Petroleum Terminal.