Local Fire Stations Aurora Fire Department protects the 25 square miles of Aurora, Portage County, Ohio from 2 fire stations. These stations respond to both fire and emergency medical service calls. Fire Station 1 The Fire Department's main station was dedicated in 1983 and increased in size in 2002. This 8-bay station is staffed by 4 firefighter / paramedics 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Fire Station 1 houses 2 fire engines, 1 aerial platform ladder truck, and 2 rescue squads. The administrative functions, Chief’s Office, fire prevention, classroom, and living quarters for the firefighters are also located there.
Fire Station 2 While Station 2 has a long history at this location, the present building was constructed in 1997. The station's living quarters are home to 3 firefighter / paramedics 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One fire engine and 1 rescue squad are housed in this 4 bay station.