Rewley Road fire station

Rewley Road fire station

General information, map, postal address and quarterly performance update.

Area City
Full Time and On Call 24 hour crewed and part time
Drill night Tuesday
Station Manager Mike Adcock
On Call officer in charge Salvador Exposito
Appliances Three rescue engines, Hydraulic platform, Environmental Protection Unit

Two fire fighters removing a ladder from an appliance.

We are looking for potential On Call firefighters

On Call firefighters are an essential part of the fire and rescue service. They serve both our urban and more especially our rural communities, responding to pagers when an emergency call is received.

On Call firefighters must live or work within a few minutes of the fire station.

If you live or work close to a station and are interested, or would just like to find out more, please come along to your local station, without obligation, on the evening of their drill night.

Find out more about being an On Call firefighter.


Home fire risk check

In order to reduce the chance of having a fire in your home you need to be aware of the risks, how to prevent them and what to do should a fire occur.

Complete the home fire risk check which will take you through various high-risk areas and high light where you may have a fire risk.

Find out more on the 365alive website.

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The Fire Fighters Charity


On Call vacancies

Rewley Road is looking for potential On Call firefighters to cover days and weekends. Find out more about becoming an On Call firefighter...

March station update

Rewley Road fire crews have again been very busy in February with heavy floods affecting Oxfordshire and many parts of Oxford. This is along with other emergency calls to property fires, road traffic collisions and special service incidents within the County Council area.

Oxfordshire county Council Fire and Rescue Service worked closely with other agencies to try and reduce the impact of localised flooding to Oxford, while fire crews were out giving advice, evacuating residents and assisting where possible to pump out properties and assist the vulnerable communities.

Road closed sign and a barrier across Botley Road.

Crews worked 24 hours a day for over a week to remove and keep flood water at bay on Abingdon Road Oxford, having been successful in removing the flood water from Botley Road in Oxford.

An interesting rescue of a cat up a tree! - on the last day of March

A cat sitting in the branches of a tree.

Following a call from the RSPCA requesting assistance to rescue a cat that had been stuck up a tree for over 48 hours, Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service deployed our Hydraulic Platform (high reach) appliance to remove the small animal that was perched in a very precarious position several meters up.

Fire fighter Jon Moulder with the rescued cat in a cat cage.

Firefighter Jon Moulder from Green Watch Rewley Road Fire Station having just rescued the cat safely from the tree.

As Oxford City Station, the crews of Rewley Road Fire Station are continually striving and working very hard to prevent, protect and respond to emergency calls to ensure our communities of Oxford and Oxfordshire can grow, live, travel and working in confidence.



Rewley Road fire station
Rewley Road
OX1 2EH Oxford

How have our prevention activities helped to reduce fires in the Rewley Road area?

There were 69 property fires, we didn’t want any more than 126.

There were 19 fires in people’s homes, we didn’t want any more than 21. 80% of these homes had smoke alarms working.

Fortunately, nobody has died as a result of a fire in their home.

Countywide performance April to December 2013

What have we done to help prevent fires?

1,884 fire risk checks have been carried out in people’s homes. 78% of these checks were carried out for vulnerable people.

1,337 smoke alarms were installed in people’s homes.

There have been 11 successful fire setter intervention cases.


365alove logoA safer place to live

Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service is committed to making Oxfordshire a safer place to live, work and visit and you can help too by following these safety tips.

1. Always use your seatbelt when travelling in a car
2. Have a working smoke alarm and test it once a week
3. Always have an escape plan

Find out more on the 365alive website.


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