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The Humboldt Fire Station was built in 1906 to the designs of E.T. Banning. The Beaux Arts-style building is the only fire station in the city built in this architectural style. The two story brick station is included in the Wayland National Register Historic District and features a flat roof with copper embellishment.

It is one of the oldest fire stations in Providence still in operation, second only to the Mount Pleasant Fire Station in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of the city. In 2016, the City announced that Humboldt Fire Station would be one of a few stations in Providence to close as the neighborhood’s call volume had become too low to justify the number of fire trucks.

    Kristin Zanotti says:

    Hi there, I’m very intrigued by the Humboldt Fire Station. Is there any possible way it can be purchased or would be on the market at any time? Thank you.

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