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2024 LEGO City Fire Rescue Sets Overview

One of the perennial sub-themes of LEGO City is about saving minifig citizens from devastating fires. Kids and even many adult LEGO fans like fire trucks, so LEGO regularly redesigns and re-releases LEGO City Fire Rescue set. While the sets are mostly aimed at younger kids, some of the sets could be incorporated into the city dioramas of teens and adult builders.

This year, we got five new LEGO City Fire Rescue sets. The two smallest ones are the #60410 LEGO City Fire Rescue Motorcycle and the #60411 LEGO City Fire Rescue Helicopter for $9.99 each. These are small starter sets meant for play, but they are well designed. I especially like the little helicopter. Small flyers like this can be hung over a LEGO city with fishing lines to add visual interest. Both sets are available at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.

A bit larger action-oriented set is the #60412 LEGO City 4×4 Fire Truck with Rescue Boat for $34.99. Again, the design is solid, but nothing too special here. I do like the simple but effective tent design using two flat panels on hinges. If you want to check it out, it’s available at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #60413 LEGO City Fire Rescue Plane is one of the largest sets in the new collection, but the price is still an affordable $54.99. It features twin engines, a working water drop function at the top, two working water launchers, an opening rear cargo door, plus a dual cockpit. The three minifigs are a pilot, an extinguisher operator, and a cool jetpack firefighter. The set also includes a small wildlife scene on fire. I’m certain this set is going to be popular with kids, and adult builders might enjoy the attractive twin engine design. Available at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The largest set in the collection this year is the #60414 LEGO City Fire Station with Fire Truck for $79.99. You will notice right away the interesting modern design with those curved and sloping walls and angled up-and over style garage doors. The numbered gates (created with tiles) are a nice touch. Inside, there is a control center, kitchenette, sleeping quarters, an equipment area, and of course the two garage bays. The fire truck is compact and includes a ladder on a turntable, and there is also a small drone. The five minifig are accompanied by a fire dog wearing a printed vest. It will be interesting how LEGO fans receive the unusual architecture of this fire station. You can find more details on it at the LEGO City section of the Online LEGO Shop.

If you’re interested in any of the new LEGO City Fire Rescue sets, I do recommend watching the video overview below. Alex will walk you through all five of the sets

What do you think? How do you like the new LEGO City Fire Rescue sets? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Eriks lego January 10, 2024, 9:02 AM

    They are expensive, in my opinion. I remember fire sets that included all those elements all in one set.

  • brickmaster January 10, 2024, 9:44 AM

    I collect the new type of firemen. I love their uniforms. I’m populating the modular fire brigade with them. The shirtless one is pretty funny.

  • Ray January 10, 2024, 10:21 AM

    With City, Friends, and Castle too back in the day, it’s always interesting to see the mix of new and unique sub-themes and multiple retreads of the sub-themes that are essentially obligatory. Adult collectors also have a fairly unique perspective in having a close watch on the releases over a decade or longer, whereas the true main target audience of children (also by proxy of their parents), if they stick with a given toy line at all, will probably only do so for a couple of years. If the toy companies didn’t have to be constantly in motion, they could probably just cycle through the same group of toys every four or five years as new group of kids age into and out of the main audience. Instead they do much the same thing, but with variations on their themes rather than reissues of the exact same toys.

    With Lego City here, the initial “fun” is in the building (and rebuilding, perhaps) of the sets, but once built, police and fire are the most “toyetic” themes for boys in that they have inherent conflict. Donut shops and book stores may be more accurate as representative of a typical “city” but they have no drama and nothing to drive or fly around. The modular building series, being more adult-focused, has been far more City-like than City itself.

  • Håkan January 10, 2024, 5:01 PM

    I might be mostly interested in the new(?) wavy-bangs hairpiece in #60414 City Fire Station with Fire Truck, and the dog.

    Otherwise, I have quite a lot of old Fire Lego since my childhood and bulk builds, despite being more interested in Marvel and Space nowadays.

    Oh well, I guess they constantly sell well, or Lego wouldn’t relaunch the theme that regularly.

    By the way, these motorcycle helmets are Neon Yellow, right? Alas, I’d have liked to see a relaunch of yellow motorcycle helmets, as they’re the most uncommon of the Mondrian colors, and they would be useful for completing a bunch of my old Futuron minifigs. Oh, well…

  • redbeard January 10, 2024, 9:19 PM

    Can we talk about the new police sets too?

    • Thita (admin) January 10, 2024, 10:07 PM

      Sure, we can do a round-up. 🙂

      • Håkan January 11, 2024, 4:28 PM

        That bodes for a captivating read.

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