Fenton, MI

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 Located in Fenton MI, Genesee County, between Flint and Ann Arbor. They have 35 paid-on-call fire fighters, and one full time chief. The department serves a population of around 15,000, and runs about 540 calls a year. The station was built in 2002. They have nine pieces of apparatus: One engine, one 110' platform, one tanker, one rescue, one mini-pump, one brush/grass truck, one utility truck, a duty officer vehicle, and a chief/command vehicle.