1974 - Planning for Station 3 began on January 11, 1974, local residents working with the area homeowner associations and developers began the process for the construction of a steel 30’ X 48’ – 2 bay station to house two 750 gallon pumper trucks. Funding was provided by local developers, homeowner associations, resident donations and fund raising events. Memorial Chase provided the 80’X 120’ tract of land for the station. Construction began mid-year and when completed was open to service the community.
1989 – Due to the growing area a larger station was needed to service the community and construction began on the current 3 bay station. The new station included a kitchen, dayroom/training room and would house a 3rd apparatus – cascade/rescue. It was completed and dedicated in December 1989 with 21 active volunteer members. The original station was converted into a training facility and remains located behind the new station.
2007 - The station was expanded to add additional space for the volunteer firefighters. A new dayroom was added with a full kitchen area and office space. A new gear room was added for the storage of bunker gear and additional storage space was added. The station remained opened during the constructions and the volunteers worked hard so that the construction did not impact their service to the community. The addition was completed in January 2008.
2015 - The station currently has 27 active volunteer members and the station houses the fire apparatus, 750 Gallon Pumper – Heavy Rescue – 3000 Gallon Tanker
2020 - The old station was torn down, and a new station, meeting room building, and training structure were completed and became available for use.