Central Fire Station
110 Elm Street

Central Fire Station

Central Fire Station is located at 110 Elm St. on the corner of N. Austin and Elm St., just a few blocks from downtown. Central Fire Station was constructed in 1949 as the Memorial Police & Fire Station dedicated in memory of the service men and women of the nation's armed forces. In early 2001 Central Fire Station was rededicated as the Roger G. MyCue fire station in memory of Fire Chief Roger MyCue who passed away that same year.

Apparatus housed at Central Fire Station includes Truck 1 (ladder truck), Medic 1, Brush 1, Tanker 1, Rescue 1, a swift water rescue boat, Reserve Engine 1 and Battalion 1.


Station 2
600 Block S State Hwy 46


Station 2 is located at 650 S. Hwy 46. Construction was completed in May of 2004 and it has replaced an older station located on Vaughn Avenue. Station 2 was dedicated in memory of Charles S. Gregg a former Assistant Chief of the Seguin Volunteer Fire Department.

Apparatus at Station 2 includes Engine 2, Medic 2, Medic 5 Reserve Ambulance and Brush 2 Reserve.


Station 3
1300 Block State Hwy 123 Bypass

Station 3 is located at 1330 N. 123 Bypass and is our newest addition. Construction was completed in June of 2007 and it has replaced an older station located on N. Austin St.

Station 3 houses Engine 3, Medic 3, Reserve Medic 4 and a Hazardous Materials Response Trailer.


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