About the Venue

Nestled 4 miles from downtown Houston at Yale and 12th Street, the last remaining municipal facility from the era when the Heights was its own city, lies the original Houston Heights Fire Station No. 14. Built in 1914 as a public meeting building, City Hall , fire station, and even a jail, during a time when Houston still relied on horse drawn fire wagons. In 1918, It was renamed to Station Number 14 and would remain so until 1987 when it was permanently decommissioned. In the early millennium, The Houston Heights Association voted to save the building and restore it to its former splendor. The H.H.A. had the building repaired and installed vintage carriage style doors in homage to the horse drawn carriages of the early 20th century, when the corral was located behind the fire station.

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107 W 12th St, Houston, TX 77008




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