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.
Public Safety Buildings: Site Energy Use Intensity (kBTU/ft²), 2007 and 2017
|Fire Station 1 – Glebe Road||173.2||133.8|
|Fire Station 2 – Ballston||118.7||131.3|
|Fire Station 3 – Cherrydale / Military Road||145.7|
|Fire Station 4 – Clarendon & Fire Marshall||118.0||129.4|
|Fire Station 5 – Jefferson District / Aurora Highlands||164.7|
|Fire Station 6 – Falls Church||136.5|
|Fire Station 7 – Fairlington||99.5||91.9|
|Fire Station 8 – Lee Highway||107.1||88.3|
|Fire Station 9 – Walter Reed||102.1||104.1|
|Fire Station 10 – Rosslyn||64.9||46.3|
|Justice Center (Detention Facility)||122.1||98.4|
See this page for an explanation of the building and energy details provided.