Station 24

History
  • The Harris Township Fire Station 2 served the community until December 31, 2009.
  • On January 1, 2010, Harris Township Fire and Clay Fire joined forces and the building became Clay Station 4.
  • In 2012, the station was renovated to allow SR 23 to be widened.
  • In 2013, it was renamed to Station 24.
Service Area
Located at 13981 State Road 23, Station 24 serves the Harris Township Community and covers approximately 9.5 square miles, including 3 miles of the I-80/90 of the Indiana Toll Road. The response area for this district is Gumwood Road to the West; the Canadian National Railroad to the East; the Michigan State Line to the North; and the City of Mishawaka and Douglas Road to the South.

Housed at Station 24
This facility can accommodate up to (5) 24-hour firefighters, 3 apparatus bays  and houses the following: 
  • Engine 24
  • Tanker 24
  • TSU 24

Harris Station 24