At the Cleveland Fire Department in Rowan County, North Carolina, there are 12 pieces of apparatus, ten members, and the capacity for training 50 individuals.
The Cleveland Fire Department will soon have a fire station that rates among the best in the state and county, with facilities like a stamped concrete and wood-trimmed side patio, extensive storage, a spacious galley-style kitchen, and a fitness area. With a TPO roof and awnings for the windows and doors, the Cleveland Fire was meant to withstand the elements. The brick chosen for the earth-tone impression is also a good match for the copper color.
One of four fire departments were built at the same time by D.R. Reynolds Company, Inc., in 2020; this firehouse took 14 months to build.