Fire Station 4

Serving the northwest quadrant of the city, Fire Station 4 at Lexington Avenue opened in December 2017. Once a quiet station at its former Kurre Lane location that opened in 1974, Station 4's district has built up and expanded significantly over the years, increasing its run volume to match or exceed that of Stations 2 and 3. In addition to protecting a growing number of commercial and residential developments and much of Interstate 55, Station 4 responds through an automatic-aid agreement to all incidents in Cape Girardeau County involving potential rescues and extrications.

Rescue 4
Rescue 4 is a 2017 Rosenbauer Triple-Combination Pumper/Rescue, 1500-GPM Waterous Pump and 750-gallon water tank powered by a Cummins ISL 450 Diesel Engine with GreenStar Technology and an Allison 4000 Transmission. Rescue 4 is staffed by three, cross-trained personnel and is equipped to respond to a variety of fire, rescue, and medical incidents. It carries an additional amount and variety of rescue tools than other engines, and responds to all incidents involving patient entrapment and extrication, not only in the City but a large portion of the County.

  • Contact Info
  • 1 South Sprigg Street Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
  • Telephone 573.339.6330
  • Email [email protected]
Engine 6
Engine 6 is a 2006 E-One triple-combination pumper with a 1500 GPM Waterous pump and 750-gallon water tank powered by a 400-HP Cummins engine. Engine 6 is a non-staffed reserve pumper.