This is the main headquarters station. Housing is on one side with administrative office on other adjacent to the 911 Center. This is directly across the street behind the Jackson County Courthouse in Ripley, West Virginia. Ripley is the County seat of Jackson County.
There is a living quarters in this building along with the two bay garage which houses two ambulance's. There are two crews based in this station 7 days a week.
This station is centrally located geographically in the county with quick access to the interstate. Ripley is the busiest and most congested of the two towns in Jackson County with, not only I-77, but two other major highways meeting in the middle of town, Rt. 21 and Rt. 33.
During the summer months, Ripley is a very active town. Ripley hosts the Country's largest, small town, 4th of July celebration, along with the Mountain State Arts and Craft Fair at Cedar Lakes Conference Center. Then at the end of the summer, the Jackson County Junior Fair, just outside of Ripley in Cottageville, West Virginia.
Ripley is growing leaps and bounds, and the pains of growing are showing by the number of businesses locating in Ripley.
This site built by
Charles V. Rogers Jr.