Fire & Rescue Station 4 was built in 2013 and is our main station. The building features many amenities for our members including a large day room, a commercial kitchen, storage areas, a large apparatus bay, individual bunk rooms, and an EMS office. We share Station 4 with Virginia Beach Fire Department Engine 4 and Battalion 2.
Fire & Rescue Station 4 is located at: 2211 Greenwell Road, Virginia
Fire & Rescue Station 22 is our satellite station, located near the Virginia Beach/Norfolk border. This station was opened in 2023 and features an EMS day room, EMS supply room, a large apparatus bay, a large commercial kitchen and individual bunk rooms. Generally, one ambulance is assigned here. We share the station with Virginia Beach Fire Department Engine and Ladder 22.
Fire & Rescue Station 2
Cart 4 is a 2008 mini-ambulance built on a Polaris 4x4 chassis. It’s used to respond to emergencies in places our normal ambulances just can’t go, like the Chesapeake Beach, large groups including concerts and festivals, and more. It can be outfitted for both Basic and Advanced Life Support.
Utility 4, also known as the “Storm Truck,” is a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 2500. It’s a Jack-of-all-Trades vehicle for CBVRS, towing our Cart 4 to events and calls, providing transport for members to trainings, duties, and errands, allowing us easier access to local hiking trails, narrow roads, alleys and the beach as well as a storm response platform. Members are also able to utilize Utility 4 to
Ambulance 422 is a 2020 Horton 603 former dealer demo unit on a Dodge Ram chassis. 422 can be placed in service as either a basic or advanced life support unit. It also features a Stryker power cot and autoloader as well as a LUCAS mechanical CPR device and Lifepak 15 cardiac monitor.
Ambulance 420 is a custom designed and built 2017 Horton 603F on a Dodge Ram chassis. This vehicle was purchased new, and can be placed in service as either a basic or advanced life support unit. It also features a Stryker power cot and autoloader as well as a LUCAS mechanical CPR device and Lifepak 15 cardiac monitor.
Station 4 is the home of CBVRS, located on the corner of Greenwell Road and Shore Drive in the northwest section of Virginia Beach. Built in 2013, it features a large day room, kitchen, fitness facility, individual bunk rooms with separate bathrooms, and office space. We share the station with the Virginia Beach Fire Department’s Engine 4 and Battalion 2.