Rajkot Fire Stations

About Rajkot Fire Stations

Spread all over Rajkot in the state of Gujrat, the fire stations of the city fights the fire and help in the prevention of any fire caused mishaps. Manned by well trained fire fighters, each of these Rajkot fire stations are quite well equipped and meets almost all the necessary requirements of these kinds of emergency situations.

Apart from the skilled fire fighters, these companies have got some of the modern equipments like powerful extinguishers as well as new speedy vehicles, which are being provided by the government. The emergency telephone number of the Rajkot Fire Station is 101.

The head office of the Rajkot Fire Station is located at the following address. The below mentioned details even provide the contact number of their head office:
  • Fire Station Building,
    Station Road, Muglisara, Rajkot H. O.
    Rajkot - 360 001, Gujrat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 0281 - 3952821

Other Fire Stations in Rajkot

Besides the head office, this city in the country of India houses many other fire stations, names and contact information of some of which are mentioned below:

  • Bedapara Fire Station
    Bhavnagar Road, Rajkot
    Gujarat, India.
  • Bedinaka Fire Station
    Bhavnagar Road, Rajkot
    Gujarat, India.
  • Dudhsagar Road Fire Station
    Dudhsagar Road, Dudhsagar Marg
    Rajkot - 360 003, Gujarat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 9227608281
  • Jubilee Garden Fire Station
    Jubilee Garden, Mobha Road
    Rajkot, Gujarat, India.
  • Kalawad Road Fire Station
    Kalawad Road, Rajkot - 360 007
    Gujarat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 0281 - 3090102
  • Kanak Road Fire Station
    Kanak Road, Prahlad Plot
    Near Bus Stand, Rajkot Railway Station
    Rajkot - 360 001, Gujarat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 0281 - 2226185/ 2227222
  • Mavdi Road Fire Station
    Mavdi Plot, Chandreshnagar
    Rajkot - 360 004, Gujarat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 0281 - 6542341
  • Mobha Road Fire Brigade
    Mobha Road, Badeshwar
    Jamnagar, Rajkot, Gujarat
  • Municipal Fire Brigade
    Junagadh, Poicha, Rajkot
    Gujarat, India.
    Tel.: + 91 - 0281 - 2652851

Following are the contact telephone numbers of some of the other Rajkot fire stations are:
  • Adajan Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952827
  • Ghanchi Sheri Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952831
  • Kapodara Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952824
  • Katargam Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952825
  • Majura Gate Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952822
  • Man Darwaja Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952823
  • Mora Bhagal Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952832
  • Pandesara Fire Station: + 91 - 0281 - 3952826
* These Numbers are taken from local telephone directory and subject to change therefore kindly verify them from the directory.

Last Updated on 07 December 2011



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