Station #3 was built in 1991 on a five acre lot donated by AJ & Ruth Dwyer and family. A training burn tower and props were built in 2004 on the land behind the station. In 2006 an addition to the station tripled the size of the original station and added much needed training space.
The station now has four apparatus bays, large indoor training room, meeting room, offices, kitchen, restrooms with showers, storage rooms, lounge, and sleeping quarters. The station has a sprinkler system, 6kw backup generator in case of an electrical outage, and special exhaust fans.
Apparatus stationed at #3 are an ALS Ambulance, quint, 1,000-gallon engine/pumper, 3,000-gallon super tanker, minipumper, grass rig, and a reserve engine/pumper.
Ribbon cutting for 2006 addition. A.J. Dwyer was given the honor of cutting the ribbon.
1991 - Harlem-Roscoe Fire Station #3 Captain Richard Mackenthun and Fire Chief Oscar Presley pose for a picture with benefactor A.J Dwyer and his children at the dedication ceremony.