Leeds Fire Station

Built in 1997, Leeds Fire Station provides an excellent service to the local community and the people of West Yorkshire. The team is made up of a station commander and 44 firefighters. The service is enhanced by forging better links with the community and increasing interagency cooperation.

Leeds Fire Station.
Leeds District
Co-responder station

Kirkstall Road
United Kingdom

Fire engine parked in fire station with firefighters opening door.

Leeds personnel strive for excellence in firefighting, extrication and specialist water rescue skills. Staff engage in community activity and attend neighbourhood forums, anti-crime partnership meetings and local projects. The partnerships developed assist by identifying people at risk and providing referrals and assistance to vulnerable members of society within the area.

The River Aire runs through Leeds city centre and crews attend a number of water rescue incidents. They are actively engaging with the public and partner agencies to promote water safety.

The Leeds District management team also work out of Leeds fire station, developing new operational training objectives and effective prevention strategies, delivering the district action plan and in turn supporting the WYFRS action plan. 

Station News

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Fire stations in the Leeds District

Cookridge Fire Station               Garforth Fire Station               Hunslet Fire Station

Killingbeck Fire Station              Leeds Fire Station                  Moortown Fire Station

Morley Fire Station                     Otley Fire Station                   Rawdon Fire Station

Rothwell Fire Station                 Stanningley Fire Station          Wetherby Fire Station