Opened in January of 2012, the Central Fire Station provides fire and EMS coverage for the west part of Little Elm, Lakewood Village, as well as portions of Denton County. This station can sleep up to 13 firefighters, and houses Engine 621, Medic 621, Brush 621, Tanker 621, Battalion Chief 621, and other support vehicles.
The Central Fire Station and Fire Administration office are located at the Public Safety Building adjacent to Town Hall.
Opened in 2007, LEFD Station 2 provides services to the eastern portions of Little Elm. Fire Station #2 is located at the intersection of Walker Lane and Saddlehorn Drive. Station 2 sleeps up to seven personnel and houses Quint 622 and Medic 622.
Located on Navo Road in the Union Park subdivision, Station 3 opened its doors on February 14, 2018.
Station 3 provides Fire and Advanced EMS services to those areas within the Town limits along 380, the northern part of FM 423, and areas of unincorporated Denton County.
Station 3 sleeps up to nine personnel and maintains a minimum staffing of five to fully staff Engine 623 and Medic 623. Additionally, Brush 623 is housed as a stand-by unit for grass fires in the area.