Original fire station 2 was built in 1967. In 2007, the current station was built approximately 1/4 mile southeast of the original site. In 2022, the station was dedicated to the memory of Dr. Chi Chiou Liu, who was the first fire district medical director and served the community for 41 years. Station 2 became one of the first fire stations to house an Advance Life Support (ALS) ambulance.
The primary response area is residential and commercial that encompasses the Port of Ft. Pierce, Intracoastal Waterway including the Inlet, Atlantic Ocean, high/mid-rise residential buildings from 2 to 21 stories, Ocean Village development, Harbour Isle development, Pelican Yacht Club and an array of small apartment complexes, hotels, motels and restaurants. The St. Lucie County Historical Museum and Aquarium, a number of high volume boat ramps and marinas are also within the response area. In addition, station 2 covers the Ft. Pierce Utility Authority Sewer Treatment Plant located on the Intracoastal and is second due to respond to the Ft. Pierce and Harbor Town Marinas as well as Florida Power & Light’s (FP&L) Nuclear Power Plant on A1A.