Warren Fire/Rescue Station 5
The Warren Fire/Rescue Station 5 is a group of approximately 40 active volunteers known by the nickname of "Rough and Ready." The engine company is overseen by Captain Scott Little, and Station 5 houses Engine No. 5 and Rescue No. 2. Engine No. 5 responds to to all alarms, brush fires, confirmed fires, car accidents and smoke investigations between Libby Lane and the Warren-Swansea, Mass., line.
Members of the station host annual events including a Turkey Roll, surf-n-turf, fill the boot drive for muscular dystrophy, and the largest clambake in the Warren Fire Department.
- Hours: Emergency dispatch: Daily, 24hrs
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Founding Date: 1903
- Parking: Free lot
- Public restrooms: Yes
- Number of firefighters: 40
- Number of trucks: 1
- Fire department services: Engine
- Type: Volunteer