One of the original stations built by the W.C.R.S. was located in Fairview prior to the City of Fairview establishing a municipal fire department. This original station (pictured left) later was expanded and became the City of Fairview Fire Department and the W.C.R.S. turned over fire services to the City of Fairview.
In 2012 the unincorporated areas of Williamson County around Fairview were once again found in need of fire protection. The W.C.R.S. was approached and accepted the task opening Station 35 on January 1, 2013. Station 35 is shared with the City of Fairview. Station 35 is home to Engine 35, Brush 35, and Utility 35.
Utility 35 (pictured right) is a 2006 Ford Crown Victoria. It is used for personnel transport and medical response.
Engine 35 is a 2001 Crimson 1,000 gallon pumper.
The old Brush 35 has been taken out of service due to ongoing mechanical issues. A new brush truck is in the works and is hoped to be in service before the end of 2019.