Arlington County’s public safety buildings include the Justice Center (comprising the Courts/Police Building and Detention Facility) and nine Fire Stations. The Justice Center complex is the largest building in the Arlington inventory. The nine Fire Stations vary in square footage and are located across the County. You may notice that Fire Station 6 is missing. This is because the City of Falls Church maintains the building and pays its utilities. Select a Public Safety Building listed on the right to learn more.
Public Safety Buildings: Site Energy Use Intensity, 2007 and 2012
The above Public Safety chart shows Fire Station 1 on Glebe Road used 173.23 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 110.1 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 2 in Ballston used 118.70 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 122.1 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 3 is a new building. It used 124 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 4/Marshal in Clarendon used 118.03 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 85.9 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 5 in the Jefferson District/Aurora Highlands does not have data for 2007. In 2012 it used 147.3 kBTU/sq.ft. Fire Station 7 in Fairlington used 99.50 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 93.4 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 8 on Lee Highway used 107.10 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 78.6 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 9 in Walter Reed used 102.11 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 84.1 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. Fire Station 10 in Rosslyn used 64.94 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 36.6 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012. The Justice Center/Detention Center used 122.1 kBTU/sq.ft in 2007 and 99.2 kBTU/sq.ft in 2012.