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Newport Fire Department

998 Monmouth Street
Newport, KY 41071

Operating out of two stations, Newport Fire/EMS is a full-time, paid professional department serving the city since the first volunteer fire company was formed in 1854.  Today, Newport is a dynamic city of 17,000, and has become a destination spot in the region due to it's aquarium/re-developed riverfront and location directly across the Ohio River from downtown Cincinnati..







Station 1
998 Monmouth Street
Newport KY 41071

Roster: E901, E902, T911, Medic 981, Medic 982, Utility 931

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Station 2
171 Main Street
Newport, KY 41071

Roster: E903

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Station 1
10 East Fourth Street
Newport, KY 41071

- This station was built in 1935 and remained in service until 1997.
- Photo courtesy Newport Fire Department





Washington Hose Company
10 East Fourth Street
Newport, KY 41071

- Newport's first fire department was incorporated in 1854, and this station was built in 1866.
- Photo courtesy Newport Fire Department





Phoenix Hose Company
Monmouth between 11th and 12th Street
Newport, KY 41071

- Photo courtesy Kenton County Library






Hose Company #3
West 7th Street between Isabella and Patterson
Newport, KY 41071

- Photo courtesy Kenton County Library

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News/Updates:

09/17 - Newport received a new Pierce pumper truck for Engine 903.  The previous Engine 903 has been relocated to Station 1 as Engine 901.

08/15 - Newport placed into service a new Ford / Horton ambulance with Medic 981.

03/11 - Newport has purchased a 1999 Freightliner / Medic Master from Fort Thomas to replace the 1994 International / E-One assigned to Medic 981. 

01/11 - Newport as received a sizable federal grant that will facilitate the purchase of a new ladder truck to replace the 1989 Grumman currently assigned to Ladder 912.  The new truck is an E-One demonstrator built on a Cyclone II chassis.  The new truck should be in service sometime in April.