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    We currently have 4 stations.
    Station 1- Engine 1, Reserve Ladder, Command
    Station 2- Engine 2, FortBend County Medic 7
    Station 3- Engine 3 (75' Squrt)
    Station 4- Enigne 4, Ladder 2
    Station 5 broken ground last October and should be opening in Sept 2001.
    Station 6 just got approved and it plans to be open in march 2002.
    March 2001 starts the application process for both stations. I believe there is going to be 12-24 positions. See www.ci.sugar-land.tx.us for more information.

    By the way, Fiyah! When and where did Cy-Fair build Station 11.

    Be Safe. JB

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    Originally posted by JBROWNL8:
    By the way, Fiyah! When and where did Cy-Fair build Station 11.

    Be Safe. JB
    It's actually old sta 10. We built a new Sta 10 on property that is right behind the old station that face the street by the apts. Also rebuilt a new Sta 8 on the same property as the old station. It was torn down and replace. Both Stations are now opened. The Grand opening ceremony for Sta 8 is Mar 10 @ 10:00....come on by, lots of activities planned

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    well here goes

    station1:engine,tanker,brush,rescue
    station2:engine,tanker,rescue
    station3:engine,tanker,rescue
    station4:engine,tanker,brush
    station5:engine
    station6:engine,tanker,rescue

    we are a all vol. dept.


    ......fire fetish???........ damn right

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    We have 4

    Each houses one engine. Station 1 houses a tower ladder in addition to the engine.

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    MY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. OPERATES OUT OF 1 STATION EVER SINCE 1903 WHEN IT WAS BUILT. WE OPERATE 1 ENGINE COVERING A TOWN OF ABOUT 8 MILES..., THE FIRE CO DOES EMS/ FIRE

    RICHMOND VOL. FIRE CO
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    ENGINE #1

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    My Dept. Orange County ,Fl Fire-rescue has the following..
    32 fire stations (7 more on the needed way)
    33 front line engines
    5 front line trucks
    28 rescues (transports)
    9 wood trucks
    7 tankers
    1 air/light
    1 semi-command unit
    1 front line sqaud "squad-1"
    4 district chiefs
    4 ems Lts.
    1 shift cord.
    1 air rescue - FIRE STAR 1

    yearly total call volume approximately 75,000

    [This message has been edited by Gus Plaza (edited 02-24-2001).]

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    Spokane Fire Dept
    Washington State
    14 Stations

    1: Engine, Ladder, Medic, Rescue/Support, Response Chief, Haz Mat
    2: Engine, Ladder (these are cross staffed due to budget cuts), Brush, River Rescue Boat
    3: Engine, Response Chief
    4: Engine, Ladder, Tech Rescue
    7: Engine, Brush, Reserve Engine
    8: Engine, Brush, CFR, Reserve Engine
    9: Engine, Reserve Engine
    11: Engine, Brush
    13: Pumper/Ladder (Quint), Medic, Reserve Ladder
    14: Pumper/Ladder, Brush, Reserve Engine, Reserve Medic
    15: Pumper/Ladder, Medic, Reserve Medic
    16: Engine, Brush, Reserve Engine
    17: Engine, Brush
    18: Engine

    All Brush, Haz Mat, Tech Rescue, boat, and CFR are cross staffed from the Engine and Ladder personel.
    Medic's are non-transport ALS squad types.
    Missing Station numbers are closed stations over the last 15 years due to budget cuts (except sta. 5).

    [This message has been edited by FEOBob (edited 02-24-2001).]

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    Pasadena has Nine Fire Station's
    Station 31, Engine, Truck, RA, Reserve RA
    Station 32, Engine, Truck, USAR,
    Station 33, Engine,Reserve Engine, Reserve Engine, Reserve Truck, Public Edu unit, RA
    Station 34 Engine, RA
    Statiion 36 Engine, RA
    Station 37, BC, Engine , Quint
    Station 38 Engine
    Station 39 Engine and Brush fire Patrol

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    Up from the ashes, an oldie but a goodie.

    36 engine houses.

    37 engines
    16 trucks
    6 battalions

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    yes a good one to dig up indeed

    6 stations and 1 training center:

    station 1- engine 1, tanker 1, squad 2 (brush truck), truck 1 (flat-bed utility in the works of becoming 3rd brush truck), and the fire safety trailer
    station 2- engine 2, tanker 2
    station 3- engine 3, tanker 3
    station 4- engine 4, tanker 4, squad 4 (brush truck)
    station 5- engine 5, tanker 5
    station 6- engine 6, engine 16
    training center- 1 training engine, 4 reserve engines (engines 7, 8, and two without numbers)

    within the two towns in our county:

    station 1 (CFD)- engine 1131, ladder 1151, and squad 1 (air truck)

    station 1 (EFD)- engine 2131
    MCFD Station 1- "The Second-Due Saviors."
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    Jesus... this is old.

    LFB 113 Stations

    186 Pumps (About 60% of the Stations... over 2000 calls have 2 Pumps)
    11 Aerials (4 Ladders/ 7 Platforms)... yes you did read that right.
    16 Fire Rescue Units (Rescue Co's)
    7 High Volume Pumps
    4 Hose Layers
    4 Damage Control Units
    4 Bulk Foam units
    8 Command Units
    8 Incident Response Units (Mass decon vehicles)
    2 Scientific Support Units (Mobile Hazmat Laboratories)
    4 Sets of USAR Modules (each module had 4 different trucks)
    2 CBRN Rapid response team vehicles
    63 cars for acting chiefs (Promoted chiefs use lease cars)
    4 Operational Support Units (large Trucks carrying whatever is required at a job...i.e additional SCBA cylinders, drinking water, hose, Hazmat suits etc...)
    ... I think that's about it....

    Oh... and NO AMBULANCES... we have enough to be getting on with!!!
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    Habersham County Fire Department:
    Approx 120 volunteer personnel
    Chief and Asst. Chief M-F 8-5 called in for structure fires
    Hospital based EMS housed in 2 county stations, one city station and ems central
    Average volunteer response: 10 -12 for structure within 10 min, 2-5 all other calls
    All stations first responder and extrication capable
    2 station dispatch (min) for structure fires
    Shift Lieutenant on any fire and MVA's with injuries or entrapment

    Station 6: 1 Rescue w/ 1 24/7 paid ff (Rescue only)
    Station 8: 1 Engine, 1 Rescue, 1 Tanker w/ 1 paid ff m-f 8a-5p
    Station 9: 2 Engines, 1 Rescue, 1 Ladder, 1 Med unit (hospital based) 1 24/7 paid ff, 2 EMS Personnel (not ff) 1 Shift Lieutenant (acts as BC)
    Station 11: 1 Engine, 2 Tankers all volunteer
    Station 12: 2 Engines, 1 Rescue (with cascade), 1 paid ff 24/7
    Station 13: 1 Engine, 1 Tanker, 1 Rescue (with cascade) 1 paid ff M-F 8a-8p
    Station 14: 1 Engine, 1 Tanker, 1 Rescue all volunteer
    Station 15: 1 Engine, 1 Tanker, 1 Rescue all volunteer
    Station 16:2 Engines, 1 Rescue, 1 Med unit (hospital based) 1 24/7 paid ff, 2 EMS Personnel (not ff)

    City Stations within the county:
    Station 2: 5 Engines, 2 Rescue, 1 Aerial, 1 Trench Rescue, Fire Safety Trailer
    2 personnel 24/7 approx 20 volunteers
    Station 3: 3 Engines, 1 Rescue, 1 Ladder, 1 paid ff 24/7 approx 20 volunteers
    Station 4: 2 Engines, 1 Rescue, 1 Ladder, 2 paid ff 24/7 approx 25 volunteers
    Station 5: 2 Engines, 1 Rescue, approx 10 volunteers
    Station 7: 2 Engines, 1 Rescue all volunteer
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    We have one in the township and one in the city. So really we only have one since our dept is seperate from the city.

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    Iím a volunteer for Baldwin County Fire Rescue in GA we have 8 stations plus 2 automatic aid city stations.

    Baldwin County Stations:
    Station 1 (HQ): Engine 17, Rescue 17, Tanker 19, Hazmat 1, 5R6 = Small John boat x2
    Station 2 (Central state Hospital): Engine 9
    Station 3 (Carr Station): Engine 3, Tanker 3 (not 100% on them having a tanker but they should)
    Station 4 (Coopers): Engine 4, Tanker 4
    Station 5 (East Baldwin): Engine 5, Tanker 5
    Station 6 (Meriwether): Engine 6, Tanker 6, Fireboat 1 aka 5R1 (Stored at nearby Marina owned by Station 6ís chief.)
    Station 7 (North Baldwin): Engine 7, Squad 7
    Station 8 (West Baldwin): Engine 8, Tanker 8

    Milledgeville City Stations: (Only 90% sure of stations/trucks)
    Station 1: Engine 38, Ladder 1
    Station 2: Engine 1, Rescue 1

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    L.A. County Fire Dept. has 156 Fire Stations, 2800 uniform personnel
    Slop sink, Flags and pump 150
    Getting there is half the fun

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    Tulsa Fire Dept.-32 stations.
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    My fire company only operates one(1) station. Our township fire department, however, operates a total of five (5) stations throughout the township.
    Pinewald Pioneer Vol. Fire Co. No. 1 Sta. 20
    "Piney Power"

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    Cincinnati.

    26 stations. 26 Engines, 12 Trucks, 2 heavies, 6 ambulances, 4 rescues, 4 districts, among other random stuff from foam units to boats.....

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    We'll we had nine, then we had the great flood a couple of weeks ago, now we have eight stations.

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    Vestal has 4
    Stations 1 and 2 have the Rescues
    Stations 1 and 4 have the Ladders
    Stations 2 and 3 have the Tankers
    Stations 1 and 3 have the Boats
    All 4 have Engines

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    8 stations
    Station 92; Aid Car (ambulance), Brush Truck (out of service), Battalion SUV, Engine
    Station 93; Aid Car, Engine
    Station 94; Aid Car, Engine
    Station 95; 3 chief SUVs, PIO Van, Brush Truck, Medium Rescue, Engine, Reserve engine, Utility truck, MCI/Offroad trailer (trailer with alot of medical supplies and a Gator off road vehicle)
    Station 96; Engine, Tender (large water capacity engine)
    Station 97; Engine, Light Rescue (some auto extrication and alot of swiftwater equipment including boat)
    Station 98; Aid Car, Engine, Reserve Engine
    Station 99; Brush truck, Light Rescue (converted aid car), Engine
    I think we have another brush truck and aid car but I forgot where they are stationed.

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    16 stations to include:

    16 engines, 5 quints, 3 Battalion Chiefs, 6 brush trucks, a Hazmat vehicle, Hazmat trailer, MCI trailer, Water rescue vehicle with boat, another boat, Structural collapse/high/low angle/trench rescue

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    The Brigade I serve with has one station with a Pumper, a Tanker and a support vehicle. But we're a tiny part of a State-wide Fire Rescue Service, which owns all the Stations and appliances, replacing them as required. There is also a direct chain of command up to the single Chief Officer of the CFA. This service has:
    Over 1200 stations
    Over 1200 tankers (structure/wildfire fire fighting vehicles, not bulk carriers)
    Over 200 pumpers
    7 aerials (platforms and teleboooms)
    28 heavy rescues
    9 HAZMAT response
    6 Protective Equipment Units
    On top of this is an unknown (to me) number of cars, 4WD's and smaller support trucks that are purchased by individual brigades.
    We have about 58,000 volunteers (not paid-on-call) and 400 career.
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    2 Stations, rural VFD.

    2 tanker/water tenders at each.
    1 rescue at each, both with heavy hydraulics.
    1 utility truck (panel van) at station 2.
    2 pumpers at station 1.
    1 pumper, 1 quint at station 2.

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    Houston has five stations. I've ranked them in order of importance. They will say there are eighty or so, but those are really just carboard models with power wheels parked in the bays.

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