1. #1
    Engine 101
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    Question How many stations does your FD Have?

    How many stations does your FD Have?, Monrovia has 2 101's and 102's

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  2. #2
    daysleeper47
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    Youngstown Fire Department has:
    Stations 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 12, 15. Station 14 housed apparatus until 1980 but now is the home of the Arson Unit, so I guess you could say it is open. All of the missing numbers(i.e. 4,5,8,10,11,13) were all used at one time or another but have all closed in the last 20 years due to the lack of runs b/c of the closing of the steel mills or financial constraints. We operate 2 ladders, 6 engines, 1 tele-squrt, and 1 heavy rescue.

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  3. #3
    Firefighter194
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    Our department has 5.

    Co.1 - 2 Engines, 1 Air Unit, 2 Med Units, 1 Squad, 1 Chief's Unit.

    Co.3 - 1 Engine, 1 Mini Pumper, 1 Command Unit, 1 Squad, 1 Chief's Unit

    Co.4 - 1 100' Tower, 2 Engines, 1 Rescue Squad, 3 Med Units, 1 Squad, 1 Chief's Unit

    Co.5 - 1 135' Aerial, 2 Engines, 2 Med Units, 1 Squad, 1 Chief's Unit

    Co.6 - 2 Engines, 1 Rescue Squad, 1 Med Unit, 1 Squad, 1 Chief's Unit

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  4. #4
    robbie
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    Here in Thomasville N.C we have 3 stations.

    Station 21 (HQ)= one 75' ladder, one mack pumper( reserve) one squad, batt. chief car

    Station 22 =one e-one pumper, one mack pumper (reserve)

    Station 23 = one 75' ladder, one 1922 American Lafrance pumper first motorized fire truck in Thomasville

    Station 24 is in the plans if the bonds go through this election

  5. #5
    ENGINE18-3
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    We have just 1 station. We used to have 2 but the original companies merged in 1975. So now we have the 1 station. Out of our station we run 2 Engines, 1 Ladder, 1 Light Rescue.

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    FF Greg Grudzinski
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    Station 18-3

  6. #6
    Firelover
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    We run out of 1 station. It houses 1 engine, 1 pumper-engine, 1 ladder truck, 1 heavy rescue, 1 RIV (Rapid Intervention Vehicle for the airport) and our new First responder truck. We might be moving to a new location, and the chief is pushing for a second sub station.

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  7. #7
    benson911
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    We have two (2) stations - used to be three (3) - should still be three (3).

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    Fiyah
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    we have a total of 10 fire stations and 1 training station. The Following is a list of what is kept at each station

    Sta 1 - Eng 1, Boat 1, Booster 1

    Sta 2 - Eng 2, Eng 12, Foam 2

    Sta 3 - Eng 3, Rescue 3, Dozer 3, Booster 3, Amb 3

    Sta 4 - Eng 4, Tanker 4, Booster 4

    Sta 5 - Eng 5, Eng 15, Rescue 5

    Sta 6 - Eng 6, Booster 6, Amb 6, Amb 16

    Sta 7 - Eng 7, Eng 17, Booster 7

    Sta 8 - Eng 8, Eng 18, Tanker 8, Booster 8

    Sta 9 - Eng 9, Ladder 9, Amb 9, Special Response Trailer

    Sta 10 - Eng 10, Ladder 10, Amb 10, Amb 20

    Sta 11 - Eng 11, SmokeHouse Trailer

    We had about 13500 call in the year 2000


  9. #9
    FitzBFDT2
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    We have 7 fire stations.

    Station 1 - Engine Company 1
    Station 2 - Engine Company 2, Battalion 41
    Station 3 - Engine Company 3, Ladder Company 2, Battalion 42
    Station 4 - Engine Company 4, Ladder Company 1
    Station 5 - Engine Company 5
    Station 6 - Engine Company 6, Ladder Company 3
    Station 7 - Engine Company 7


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    PBFTRK33
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    Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire has 35 fire stations housing 30 engines, 3 quints, 11 trucks, 2 air units, 1 spill truck, 1 hazmat foam truck, and various reserve rigs.

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    Skidz
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    Engine 101,

    Montgomery County Fire/Rescue Services has 33 Companies, 31 Fire Houses and 2 Rescue Companies and, it is a combination system.

    SKIDZZ

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    PublicEducator
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    We have one station we house 2 Engine, a Tanker and Squad.

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    firecadetak
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    Capital City Fire/Rescue has five stations:

    Juneau - E11, E13, T12, M1, M3, U11
    Glacier - E31, E33, T32, R1, M2, M4. A1, A2,
    A3, U31
    Auke Bay- E41, U41
    Douglas - E21, E23, R21
    Lynn Canal - E51, TK52

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    st34ff
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    Chalfont Fire Company has 3 stations:
    St 34 (Main Station) E34 2000 KME
    RE34 1991 Pierce Rescue Pumper
    Tanker 34 3000 Gallon Tanker
    Special Service 34 1973 GMC Van
    Two Medic Units
    St 54 (North Station)E54 Mack Engine
    1955 Mack (Antique)

    St 74 (West Station)L74 1996 KME Quint
    Special Service 74 Ford Van

    For Pictures, www.chalfontfireco.com
    Kyle


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    4iron
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    Cool

    We have 6 stations.

    Support your Local IAFF.

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    MFD52
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    We have 2 stations.

    Downtown (Central) Station:
      [*]14E1 - 2000 Pierce Dash Pumper-Rescue[*]14M4 - 1983 Pierce Dash Pumper[*]14M5 - 1988 Pierce Dash Pumper-Tanker 2500 Gal.[*]14X1 - 1986 Ford E350 Rescue[*]14F1 - Forestry[/list]Meredith Center:
        [*]14M2 - 1976 Ford C600 Pumper[*]14M3 - 1994 Pierce Dash Pumper[*]14U1 - Chevy K2500 Utility/Cascade[*]14F2 - Forestry



          14B1 - 1985 Sisu Fireboat - Docked on Lake Winnipesaukee from early Spring to late Autumn.

  17. #17
    sohardy
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    16 stations

    17 engines, 4 trucks, 2 rescues, 1 hazmat, 3 boats, 10 brush engines and 3 tenders in 2 battalions.

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    Fireantny
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    We have 27 stations with the following equipment:

    Station 1:Engine, Ladder, Rescue, Tractor
    Station 2:Engine, Rescue
    Station 3:Engine, Air Truck
    Station 4:Engine, Ladder, Chief, Heavy Rescue, Trench Rescue
    Station 5:Engine, Rescue
    Station 6:Engine
    Station 7:Engine
    Station 8:Engine, Ladder, Command Unit, Haz-Mat Truck, Air Truck
    Station 9:Engine
    Station 10:Engine
    Station 11:Engine
    Station 12:Engine
    Station 13:Engine
    Station 14:Engine
    Station 15:Engine
    Station 16:Engine, Rescue, Tractor
    Station 17:Engine
    Station 18:Engine
    Station 19:Engine, Ladder
    Station 20:Engine, Rescue, Chief
    Station 21:Engine, Ladder
    Station 22:Engine, Ladder, Air Truck, Chief
    Station 23:Engine, Rescue
    Station 24:Engine, Rescue, Chief
    Station 25:Engine
    Station 26:Engine
    Station 27:Engine


    [This message has been edited by Fireantny (edited 02-20-2001).]

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    KDS472
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    Fort Wayne has 14 stations.

    Station 1 - Engine, Heavy Rescue, District Chief, Fire Investigator, HazMat Truck, SCUBA Truck, Technical Rescue Truck, Gass Rig

    Station 2 - Engine, Ladder

    Station 4 - Engine

    Station 5 - Engine, Raft

    Station 6 - Engine, Raft

    Station 7 - Engine, Raft

    Station 8 - Engine

    Station 9 - Engine, Ladder

    Station 10 - Engine, District Chief, Foam Truck, Raft

    Station 11 - Engine, District Chief

    Station 12 - Engine

    Station 13 - Engine, Ladder, Air Truck, Grass Rig

    Station 14 - Engine

    Station 15 - Engine

    Old Station 3 is used as a museum
    www.fwfd.org

  20. #20
    firedoc6
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    52 Stations
    52 Engines
    26 Trucks
    2 Heavy Rescues
    3 ARFF
    1 Light Water Tanker
    22 Emergency Units
    13 Battalions

  21. #21
    Fiyah
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    Originally posted by Fiyah:
    we have a total of 10 fire stations and 1 training station. The Following is a list of what is kept at each station

    Sta 1 - Eng 1, Boat 1, Booster 1

    Sta 2 - Eng 2, Eng 12, Foam 2

    Sta 3 - Eng 3, Rescue 3, Dozer 3, Booster 3, Amb 3

    Sta 4 - Eng 4, Tanker 4, Booster 4

    Sta 5 - Eng 5, Eng 15, Rescue 5

    Sta 6 - Eng 6, Booster 6, Amb 6, Amb 16

    Sta 7 - Eng 7, Eng 17, Booster 7

    Sta 8 - Eng 8, Eng 18, Tanker 8, Booster 8

    Sta 9 - Eng 9, Ladder 9, Amb 9, Special Response Trailer

    Sta 10 - Eng 10, Ladder 10, Amb 10, Amb 20

    Sta 11 - Eng 11, SmokeHouse Trailer

    We had about 13500 calls in the year 2000


    I forgot to add, we are one of the largest Volunteer Fire Depts in North America in size and area that we cover



    see our web site.... http://www.cyfairvfd.com



    [This message has been edited by Fiyah (edited 02-18-2001).]

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    Smoke286
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    We have 7 stations, 6 paid and one composite
    7 pumpers
    3 rescues
    2 aerials
    1 snorkel
    1 hasmat/command

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    FireLt1951
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    Detroit has 44 Stations,housing 40 Engines,24 ladder trucks 3 of these are Platforms,6 Rescue Squads,9 Batallion chiefs,1 Tactical unit for muncipal garages,1Haz-Mat Rig, 1 Airport Rig and 1 Fireboat.The City of Detroit is 139 square miles.

    [This message has been edited by FireLt1951 (edited 02-18-2001).]

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    ArmyTruckCompany
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    I work on a medium sized Army base- 3 stations (2 structural, 1 crash house) 5 engine companies, 2 truck companies, 1 heavy squad, haz-mat, and the crash pieces....

    I live in Philadelphia, 5th largest FD in the country. 60 Engine companies, 30 Truck companies, 1 Heavy Rescue, 2 Marine Companies, and approx. 40 als ambulances....Divided into 11 Battallions in two divisions. Lets see how many I can remember and their locations: (neighborhoods in parenthesis)

    E1, L5 711 S. Broad St. (Center City)
    E2, L3 ......?? (North Philly- the Badlands)
    E3 Washington Ave & Moyamensing St. (S. Philly)
    E4 disbanded
    E5, L6, Bn 11 43rd & Market sts. (University City)
    E6, L16 Aramingo Ave. & Huntingdon St. (Nicetown/North Philly??)
    E7, L10 Kensington & Castor Aves. (Kensington)
    E8, L2, Bn 4. 4th & Arch Sts. (Center City)
    E9, L21 Germantown Ave. & Carpenters Ln. (Germantown)
    E10, L11 .....?? South Philly
    E11 6th & South Sts. (Center City)
    E12 Green Lane & Main st. (Manyunk)
    E13, L1 .....(North Philly)
    E14, L15 ....(Kensington/North Philly)
    E15 disbanded
    E16 .....(west Philly)
    E17 disbanded
    E18 Roosevelt Blvd. @ Holme Circle (Northeast Philly)
    E19, .....(Germantown)
    E20, L23 10th & Cherry (Center City/Chinatown)
    E21 disbanded
    E22 L31 ...(far Northeast Philly)
    E23 disbanded
    E24 ...(west philly)
    E25 Boudinot St. & Hart Ln (Kensington/North Philly)
    E26 disbanded
    E27 ....(north Philly)
    E28 ....(Nicetown/Fishtown...)
    E29, Rescue 1 4th St. & Girard Ave.
    E30 ...disbanded
    E31 ...disbanded
    E32 ...disbanded
    E33 ...(Nicetown/Fishtown)
    E34 ...(North Philly)
    E35, L25....(Manyunk??)
    E36, L20...(Northeast Philly)
    E37 ....(??)
    E38 ..State Rd & ?? (Northeast Philly)
    E39, L30 (???)
    E40, L4 (West Philly)
    E41, L24 (West Philly)
    E42 disbanded
    E43, L9 21st & Market sts (Center City)
    E44...(West Philly)
    E45, L14 (North Philly)
    E46 (Northeast Philly)
    E47 (West Philly) recently re-established
    E48 disbanded
    E49 South Philly
    E50, L12 Park Ave. & Cambria St (North Philly) 100 years old March, 2001!!
    E51, L29 Old York Rd & Champlost St. (??)
    E52 Harbison Ave. near Cheltenham Ave (??)
    E53 (South Philly)
    E54 disbanded
    E55, L22 Luzerne St & Hunting Park Ave (North Philly)
    E56 Rhawn St. (Far Northeast)
    E57 (West Philly)
    E58 Bustleton Ave. & Hendrix st. (Far northeast)
    E59, L18 Hunting Park Ave & Schulyer St. (??)
    E60, L19, HAZ MAT, Deputy 1 31st & Grays Ferry
    E61 Rising Sun Ave...(??)
    E62, L34 Bustleton Ave & Bowler St (Far Northeast)
    E63...(Northwest)
    E64...(Northeast)
    E65 disbanded
    E66 (Manyunk??)
    E67 disbanded
    E68, L13...(West Philly)
    E69 82nd & Tinicum
    E70, Deputy 2 Roosevelt Blvd. & ....(??)
    E71, L28, Bn 12 Cottman Ave near Castor Ave (Northeast Philly)
    E72 ...(North Philly)
    E73 ...(Northwest Philly)
    E78- Philadelphia Intn'l Airport CFR crew Hog Island Rd, PIA. (South South Philly)
    Marine 1- Delaware River at Washington Ave. (Inside USCG MSO Philadelphia Complex)
    Marine 2- Schuykill River at SUN Refinery

    Wow....I just can't remember them all like when I was young and dumb and didn't have anything better to do!!!! HAHAH!!!!



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  25. #25
    fieryred
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    Smile

    We currently have 8 stations and #9 is in the planning stage.

    #1- E17,E3,E9,Aerial 37,tanker 22, country truck 20,River van 42
    #2- E2, and Truck 43(trench rescue)
    #3- E10,mobile command bus
    #4- E4, and truck 40(hazmat)
    #5- E1
    #6- E5,Aerial/pumper 31,country truck 21
    #7- E7(ladder)
    #8- E18, Red 1 & Red 2 (Airport Crash Trucks)

    Probably missed a few but...

    Cheers,


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