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Where Are the Firehouses on LA Fire & Rescue?

From West Hollywood to Palmdale, these firefighters keep the city of Los Angeles safe. 

By Christopher Rosa

If you miss the firefighting action on NBC's Chicago Fire, we have the perfect summer series for you.

How to Watch

Watch LA Fire & Rescue on NBC and Peacock

Premiering June 21 at 8/7c on NBC (and next day on Peacock), NBC's new docuseries LA Fire & Rescue takes you behind-the-scenes of the Los Angeles County Fire Department — showcasing the brave firefighters and medics who keep the city safe. And with 2,300 square miles of service, these heroes are busy. To put that even more into perspective: They are protecting over 4 million residents living across 59 cities across Los Angeles County. No pressure, right? (Wrong. In fact, there's never been more pressure.) 

As we say in the show's official description, "From helicopter mountain rescues and lifeguard beach SOS, to fireboats, hazmat units and California’s raging wildfires, the department does it all. [LA Fire & Rescue] documents real calls and real drama while giving faces to the passionate firefighters who risk their lives in the name of service. These real-life heroes and their compelling stories are told alongside the unpredictable dangers they face on the front lines of life and death." 

We've already introduced you to those real-life heroes whose jobs and lives you'll soon fall in love with — but where, exactly, are they working? As stated earlier, LA Fire & Rescue covers L.A.'s over-2,000 square miles of terrain, so to answer that question: They're working everywhere. Specifically, though, this series highlights seven Los Angeles County firehouses and two additional service branches: air operations and lifeguards. 

Where are the firehouses on LA Fire & Rescue?

The firehouses on LA Fire & Rescue are located in the following parts of Los Angeles: 

  • Station 8 (West Hollywood)
  • Station 16 (Watts)
  • Station 37 (Palmdale)
  • Station 41 (Compton)
  • Station 101 (Claremont)
  • Station 125 (Calabasas)
  • Station 172 (Inglewood)

Where to watch LA Fire & Rescue

After June 21, viewers can check out LA Fire & Rescue Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC. Episodes will be available for streaming the next day on Peacock. We promise you, Chicago Fire fans, this will fill the Molly's-sized shape hole in your heart as you wait for Season 12.

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