The historic Fire Station No. 1 building still standing today at 13 Church Ave SE in downtown Roanoke was built in 1907. Modeled after Philadelphia's Independence Hall, Fire Station No. 1 is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and served as one of Virginia's longest continuously operating fire stations until its replacement began operating in 2007.
As we continue to grow and provide more and more seniors in the Roanoke Valley with home care services, the need became apparent to find a new location that can accommodate our growing staff. Luckily we found the perfect location in the heart of downtown Roanoke just steps from the Farmer's Market, Center in the Square, The Taubman Museum of Art, Hotel Roanoke, and more.