Fire Services in York Region

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Fire services in the York Region of Canada are provided for and by each municipality. There are 35 fire stations across the region. Most services consist of full-time members, but some services have volunteer firefighters.

The departments in south York Region deal mostly with residential and commercial incidents. The northern departments deal with rural, residential and agricultural fire needs.

History[edit]

Fire departments in York Region date back to the 19th Century, and all were volunteer units. Later in the 20th Century full-time fire departments were created. Some departments in the region still retain volunteer units. East Gwillimbury Fire was the last all-volunteer service in the region until 2008, when the first crew of career firefighters was hired. East Gwillimbury, Georgina and Vaughan still have some volunteer stations leaving Township of King as the only all volunteer department, with a staff of 105 volunteers servicing King City, Nobelton and Schomberg.

Small local departments slowly merged to form large departments in the 1960s and 1970s. În the late 1990s, York Region was planning to merge all of York's fire services into one large unit. Resistance from firefighters and others prevented the plan from being implemented.

The use of "Fire Department" gave way to "Fire and Emergency" as the firefighter's roles expanded in the 1990s.

Command[edit]

Each department has their own Chief and senior officers (Deputy Chiefs). The command structure is for the most part similar in the fire services across the region:

Markham

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief (2)

King

  • Chief and Community Emergency Management Coordinator
    • Deputy Chief and alternate Community Emergency Management Coordinator

Central York

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief Operations
    • Deputy Chief Support Services

East Gwillimbury

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief (1)

Georgina

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief and Community Emergency Management Coordinator

Richmond Hill

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief (2)

Vaughan

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief (2)

Whitchurch-Stouffville

  • Chief
    • Deputy Chief (1)

Rank[edit]

  • Fire Chief
  • Deputy Chief
  • Platoon Chief
  • Chief Fire Prevention Officer
  • Chief Training Officer
  • Chief Mechanical Officer
  • District Chief
  • Captain / Company Officer
  • Training Officer
  • Fire Prevention Officer
  • Firefighter
  • Fire Inspector
  • Volunteer Firefighter
  • Recruit Firefighter
  • Administrative Assistant

Operations[edit]

Georgina[edit]

Town of Georgina Fire and Rescue
Agency Overview
Established 1978
Employees 90
Staffing Composite - Full Time and volunteer
Fire chief Steve Richardson
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 3
Engines 3
Trucks 2
Rescues 3
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

Town of Georgina Fire and Rescue provides fire fighting services to the communities of Keswick, Ontario, Sutton, Ontario and Pefferlaw, Ontario. The department deals mainly with rural fire situations (residential, commercial and agriculture fires), but it has marine and hazmat capabilities. Georgina Fire and Rescue has a mix of full-time and volunteer staff with total strength of 90 personnel. A fleet of 19 apparatus are spread across 3 stations. Georgina Fire and Rescue was created from the merger of several local fire departments including Keswick Fire Department and Georgina Fire Department.

Stations
  • Station 1-4 - 165 The Queensway South, Keswick
  • Station 1-6 - 37 Snooks Road, Sutton
  • Station 1-8 - 270 Pefferlaw Road, Pefferlaw
  • Station 1-9 - 234 Chief Joseph Snake Road, Georgina Island

East Gwillimbury[edit]

East Gwillimbury Emergency Services Department
Agency Overview
Established 1970
Employees 27 per hall
Staffing Volunteer (Queensville 2 Full-time daytime weekdays)
Fire chief Ken Beckett
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 3
Engines 4
Rescues 3
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

East Gwillimbury Emergency Services Department serves the communities of Holland Landing, Ontario, Mount Albert, Ontario and Queensville, Ontario. The fire service operates over an area of 238 square kilometres or 91.89 square miles (238.0 km2). The department has a full-time fire chief, fire prevention officer and training officer. In addition six full-time firefighters are on duty in two shifts during daytime hours in the Queensville firehall. All other firefighters are volunteers and each station has a staff of 27 and all must be in residence of the Town of East Gwillimbury. The fire service is capable of handling a variety of situations, but it is mostly a rural fire unit. This fire department responds to approximately 1000 emergency calls each year. Expected growth to East Gwillimbury will result in massive changes to the town's population and the change from a part-time paid on-call fire department to full-time staffed 24 hours in the near future. The service began as independent fire stations in 1970 and unified after 1997.

Stations
  • Station 2-4 - 19314 Yonge Street, Holland Landing - HQ
  • Station 2-6 - 22 Princess Street, Mount Albert (destroyed by fire on 2 Feb, 2014, along with all apparatus)
  • Station 2-8 - 1590 Queensville Side Road, Queensville

King Township[edit]

King Township Fire & Emergency Services
"That to The"
Agency Overview
Employees 105
Staffing Composite - Full Time and volunteer
Fire chief James Wall
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 3
Trucks 19
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

King Township Fire & Emergency Services serves the communities of King City, Ontario, Schomberg, Ontario and Nobleton, Ontario. It serves an area of 3000 square kilometres and a population of almost 20,000 residents. The towns fire service is composed of full-time and volunteer fire fighters or fire suppression officers.

Stations
  • Station 3-4 - 2045 King Road, King City
  • Station 3-6 - 91 Proctor Drive, Schomberg
  • Station 3-8 - 5926 King Road, Nobleton

Central York Fire Services[edit]

Central York Fire Services
Agency Overview
Established 2002
Employees 96 firefighters + 24 Company Officers + 4 Seniors Officers
Staffing Full Time
Fire chief Ian Laing
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 4
Engines 4
Trucks 2 aerials
Ambulances see York Region EMS

Central York Fire Services provides fire services to the Town of Newmarket and Aurora. It has 96 firefighters, 24 Captains and 4 Platoon Chiefs on staff at four fire stations. The fire service was created from the merger of the former Town of Newmarket Fire Department and Town of Aurora Fire Department in 2002. The fire services has 15 vehicles of which 12 are fire fighting ones.

Stations
  • Station 4-1 - 984 Gorham Street, Newmarket - HQ
  • Station 4-2 - 125 McCaffrey Street, Newmarket
  • Station 4-3 - 220 Edward Street, Aurora
  • Station 4-4 - 1334 Wellington Street East, Aurora - Fred Bolsby Fire Hall

Whitchurch–Stouffville[edit]

Whitchurch–Stouffville Fire Department
Agency Overview
Established 1898 (Village of Stouffville)
Employees 64
Staffing Composite - Full Time and volunteer
Fire chief Chris Powers
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 2
Engines 3
Trucks 9
Rescues 1
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

Whitchurch-Stouffville Fire Department provides fire fighting services to Whitchurch–Stouffville and Stouffville, Ontario. The services protects 38,000 residents with 24 full-time fire suppression staff, 2 full-time fire prevention Officers, training officer and a full-time administrative assistant. There are also 50 trained volunteer firefighters. The fire service has 10 vehicles in the their fleet.

Stations
  • Station 5-1 - 100 Weldon Road, Stouffville
    • Formerly located at 6392 Main Street, now home to Card's Appliances and Televisions
  • Station 5-2 - 15400 Highway 48, Ballantrae
    • Station 5-2 was located briefly at 5972 Aurora Road, now home to Ted's Auto Storage

Vaughan[edit]

Vaughan Fire and Rescue
Pride and Honour
Agency Overview
Established 1971
Employees 250
Staffing Composite - Full Time and volunteer
Fire chief Chief Larry Bentley
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 9
Engines 5
Rescues 2
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

Vaughan Fire and Rescue provides fire and emergency needs to the communities in the City of Vaughan (Maple, Ontario, Kleinburg, Ontario, Concord, Ontario, Thornhill, Ontario west of Yonge Street and Woodbridge, Ontario). There are over 250 firefighters on staff with a mix of full-time and volunteers. The fire services deals with rural scenarios in the north and urban in the south part of the city.

Stations
  • Station 7-1 - 835 Clark Avenue West (west of Bathurst Street)
  • Station 7-2 - 9290 Keele Street (north of Rutherford Road)
  • Station 7-3 - 325 Woodbridge Avenue (west of Kipling Avenue)
  • Station 7-4 - 10665 Islington Avenue (south of Highway 27) (volunteer station *To be Decommissioned on Dec 30th, 2013 at 1900 hrs* )
  • Station 7-5 - 2 Fieldstone Avenue (west from Weston Road, North of Highway 7)
  • Station 7-6 - 120 McLeary Court (east from Creditstone, north of Highway 7 on the north side of the cul-de-sac)
  • Station 7-7 - 40 Eagleview Heights (Major Mackenzie Drive West & Highway 400)
  • Station 7-8 - 111 Racco Parkway (Dufferin Street & Highway 407)
  • Station 7-9 - 9601 Islington Avenue (Islington Avenue / North of Rutherford Road)
  • Station 7-10 - 10800 Dufferin Street (Dufferin Street / North of Teston Road)

Richmond Hill[edit]

Richmond Hill Fire & Emergency Services
Agency Overview
Established 1881
Employees 172
Staffing Full Time
Fire chief Steve Kraft
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 6
Engines 4
Trucks 2
Rescues 2
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

Richmond Hill Fire & Emergency Services provides fire services to the Town of Richmond Hill. It has 140 fire fighters on staff at 6 fire stations. Richmond Hill also offers specialized technical rescue services including water and ice rescue, technical rope rescue, confined space rescue, trench rescue and hazardous materials response. Richmond Hill provides dispatch services to Georgina, East Gwillimbury, Central York, Whitchurch/Stouffville and Richmond Hill.

Stations
  • Headquarters - 1200 Elgin Mills Road East
  • Communications - 191 Major Mackenzie Drive West
  • Station 8-1 - 191 Major Mackenzie Drive West
  • Station 8-2 - 13067 Yonge Street
  • Station 8-3 - 1371 16th Avenue
  • Station 8-4 - 1365 Elgin Mills Road East
  • Station 8-5 - 150 High Tech Road
  • Station 8-6 - 101 Gamble Road

Markham[edit]

Markham Fire and Emergency Services
Agency Overview
Established 1970
Employees 200
Staffing Full-time
Fire chief Bill Snowball
Facilities & Equipment
Stations 9
Engines 7
Trucks 13
Ambulances see York Region EMS
EMS Level ALS & BLS

Markham Fire has 200 firefighters on staff is responsible for fire support for the City of Markham, as well as Toronto/Buttonville Municipal Airport. The newest station is 9-9, which opened in February 2012. The service began as the Markham Village Fire Department and acquired Unionville Fire Department in 1964. The Markham Fire Department was created in 1970 and renamed with the current name in 2000.

Markham Fire and Emergency Services provides fire protection to the communities in the City of Markham:

Fire Chiefs
  • Myrl Smith 1970-1985
  • Ken Beckett 1985-1996 - now Fire Chief in East Gwillimbury
  • Tony Mintoff 1996-1999
  • Bob Myles 1999 - acting Chief
  • Shayne Mintz 1999 - acting Chief
  • Don McClean 1999-2010 - career firefighter left department to complete law studies at Osgoode Law School
  • Bill Snowball 2010-
Stations
  • Training Centre - 438 John Street (former ambulance station and former Station 9-2)
  • Administration Centre - 8100 Warden Avenue (former Markham Hydro Head Office)

Old Firehall Confectionary on 170 Main Street Unionville was a fire station from the 1930s to 1970s. It was converted to current use in the 1980s.[1]

*NOTE*[edit]

Even though Bradford West Gwillimbury is NOT part of York Region, it uses the same numbering system for its apparatus (I.E.: Station 1 is numbered as 10-1)

Apparatus[edit]

York Region's fire apparatus use fire engine red as the base colour. Trim varies from yellow, white and blue.

Markham and Vaughan were one of a number of municipalities to have formerly used a yellow paint scheme.

APPARATUS DESIGNATIONS - The numbering works like this:

  • The first number is the municipality
  • The second number is the station number
  • The third number is the apparatus number
  • 1 - Engine (Pumper)
  • 2 - Engine (Pumper)
  • 3 - Telesquirt
  • 4 - Tanker
  • 5 - Tanker
  • 6 - Aerial
  • 7 - Aerial Platform
  • 8 - Hazmat
  • 9 - Rescue
  • 0 - Utility

The apparatus numbers are pronounced by saying each digit individually. For example, 729 would be pronounced Seven-Two-Nine, NOT Seven Twenty Nine, and 849 would be pronounced Eight-Four-Nine, NOT Eight Forty Nine, and so on.

For units with 4 digits, such as Fire Prevention, Training, and spare apparatus, the last 3 digits are pronounced individually from the first digit. For example 4401 would be pronounced Four-Four-Zero-One, NOT Forty-Four-O-One.


GEORGINA FIRE DEPARTMENT

STATION 1-4 - 165 The Queensway South (Keswick) Full-Time & Volunteer

  • 141 - 2001 Freightliner / Fort Garry Engine
  • 143 - 1992 Spartan 55' Telequirt
  • 144 - 1998 Almonte GMC Tanker
  • 149 - 1995 Almonte GMC Vandura Rescue Unit
  • 140 - 1998 F-250 Ford pickup
  • 1401 - 2004 Dodge Caravan - Fire Prevention Officer
  • 1402 - 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser - Public Education
  • 140A - 1990 Husky Air Boat Marine Rescue
  • HazMat/Emergency Operations Unit - Wells Cargo 24’ Trailer

STATION 1-6 - 37 Snooks Road (Sutton) Full-Time and Volunteer

  • 161 - 2003 Almonte / Freightliner Engine
  • 163 - 1998 E-One - Freightliner 50'Telesquirt
  • 164 - 2002 Almonte / GMC Tanker
  • 169 - 1988 Almonte Ford E-350 Light Rescue
  • 160 - 2000 Dodge Caravan - Utility

STATION 1-8 270 Pefferlaw Road (Pefferlaw) Volunteer Staffed

  • 181 - 1999 Fort Garry / International Engine
  • 184 - 1998 Almonte / GMC Tanker
  • 189 - 1996 Almonte / GMC Light Rescue


EAST GWILLIMBURY FIRE DEPARTMENT

STATION 2-4 (Holland Landing - Volunteer)

  • 241 - 2008 Spartan Advantage / Rosenbauer Engine
  • 244 - 1990 International Tanker/Pumper
  • 246 - 2003 Freightliner FL80 / General 65' Aerial
  • 249 - 2002 Freightliner FL80 / Fort Garry Heavy Rescue

STATION 2-6 (Mount Albert - Volunteer)

  • 261 - 1997 Freightliner FL80 Superior Engine
  • 262 - 2007 Ford F550 4x4 / Rosenbauer Mini-Pumper
  • 264 - 2005 Freightliner M2 / Rosenbauer Tanker/Pumper
  • 269 - 2005 Freightliner M2 / Rosenbauer Heavy Rescue

STATION 2-8 (Queensville - Full-Time (Mon-Fri, Days) and Volunteer Staff)

  • 281 - 1997 Freightliner FL80 / Fort Garry Engine
  • 284 - 1997 Freightliner FL80 / Superior Tanker/Pumper
  • 289 - 1997 Freightliner FL80 / Superior Heavy Rescue


KING TOWNSHIP FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

STATION 3-4 - 2045 King Road, King City (HQ)

  • 342 - 1998 E-One Freightliner FL80
  • 343 - 1990 Pierce Lance/Superior
  • 344 - 1990 Dependable International 4900
  • 346 - 2013 Spartan ERV 105' Aerial
  • 349 - 2001 Spartan Advantage - Dependable
  • 340 - 2012 Ford F350 Super Duty - Utility
  • 3401 - 2006 Ford Fusion - Fire Prevention

STATION 3-6 - 91 Proctor Rd, Schomberg

  • 360 - Dodge Durango District Chief's Unit
  • 361 - 2001 Spartan/Dependable Rescue Pumper
  • 362 - 1969 Ford/LaFrance Pumper (Retired-Parade/Training Unit)
  • 363 - 1993 Superior/E-One 55'Aerial
  • 364 - 1992 Ford/Dependable Pumper/Tanker
  • 365 - 2002 Freightliner/Dependable Tanker
  • 369 - 2004 American LaFrance Rescue Pumper
  • Command 30 - 1986 Ford Command/Rehab. Unit
  • 1929 International/Bickle Antique Engine (Retired Parade Unit)(Original Schomberg Unit)
  • 1940 Ford Antique Engine (Retired Parade Unit)

STATION 3-8 - 5926 King Road, Nobleton

  • 381 - 2007 Ferrara Inferno
  • 382 - 2009 Dependable Rescue Pumper
  • 384 - 2009 Kenworth Tanker
  • 389 - 2009 Dependable Heavy Rescue
  • 380 - 2004 Utility


CENTRAL YORK FIRE SERVICES

STATION 4-1 - 984 Gorham St, Newmarket (HQ)

  • 411 - 2012 Crimson Rescue / Engine
  • 412 - 1997 E-One Rescue / Engine (Reserve)
  • CH44 - 2012 Ford Expedition - Command Unit
  • 410 - 2011 Ford F-250 Pick-up
  • 1931 Bickle Antique Fire Engine - Historic Unit

STATION 4-2 - 125 McCaffrey Rd, Newmarket

  • 421 - 2005 American Lafrance Engine
  • 423 - 1996 Freightliner Telesquirt
  • CH45 - 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe - Command Unit (Reserve)

STATION 4-3 - 220 Edward St, Aurora

  • 431 - 2005 American Lafrance Rescue / Engine
  • 436 - 2012 Smeal Aerial 32M
  • 438 - 1999 Freightliner Rescue / Hazardous Material Response Unit
  • 1926 International Lorne Engine - Historic Unit

STATION 4-4 - 1344 Wellington St E, Aurora

  • 441 - 2009 Smeal Engine / Tanker
  • 442 - 1999 Fort Garry Engine (Reserve)
  • 444 - 2012 Smeal Tanker Engine


WHITCHURCH-STOUFFVILLE

STATION 5-1 - 100 Weldon Road, Stouffville (HQ)

  • 511 - 2007 Seagrave Spartan Rescue Pumper
  • 514 - 2007 Seagrave Spartan Tanker/Pumper (2700 US Gal)
  • 516 - 1993 E-One Superior 75' Aerial
  • 519 - 2008 Seagrave Spartan Heavy Rescue
  • 510 - 1997 Ford F-250 Utility Truck / Forestry Trailer Unit

STATION 5-2 - 15400 Hwy. 48, Ballantrae

  • 521 - 2008 Seagrave Spartan Rescue Pumper
  • 522 - 1996 Superior / International Pumper
  • 524 - 2004 Superior / Freightliner Tanker
  • 525 - 1996 Superior / Freightliner Tanker


VAUGHAN FIRE & RESCUE SERVICE

STATION 7-1 - 835 Clark Ave (Thornhill)

  • Engine 711 - 2012 Spartan Gladiator
  • Ladder 716 - 2001 Spartan Gladiator Aerial 105'

STATION 7-2 - 9290 Keele St (Maple)

  • Engine 726 - 2000 Spartan Advantage Aerial
  • Rescue 729 - 2001 Spartan Advantage Heavy Rescue
  • Utility 720 - Pickup Truck
  • Chief 7-4 - Platoon Chief

STATION 7-3 - 325 Woodbridge Ave (Woodbridge)

  • Engine 731 - 2006 Spartan Advantage Engine
  • Platform 737 - 2009 Spartan Gladiator 90' Platform Aerial (in Service, Sept 21st, 2009)
  • Hazmat 738 - 1991 International 4900 Dependable Hazmat Truck (Staffed as Required)

STATION 7-4 - 10665 Islington Ave (Kleinburg)

  • Engine 741 - 1994 Volvo FE42 Engine (Volunteer Staffed)
  • Utility 740 - Utility

STATION 7-5 - 2 Fieldstone Ave (Woodbridge)

  • Engine 756 - 2012 Spartan Gladiator 55' Aerial
  • Technical Rescue 759 - 2005 Freightliner M2 Dependable Heavy Rescue

STATION 7-6 - 120 McLeary Ct (Concord)

  • Engine 761 - 2006 Spartan Advantage Engine

STATION 7-7 - 40 Eagleview Heights (Vellore)

  • Engine 771 - 2006 Spartan Advantage Engine
  • Tanker 774 - 2004 Peterbilt 330 Tanker

STATION 7-8 - Racco Pkwy (Concord)

  • Engine 786 - 2003 Spartan Advantage 55' Aerial

STATION 7-9 - 9601 Islington Ave (Kleinburg)

  • Engine 791 - 2006 Spartan Advantage 55' Aerial
  • Tanker 794 - 2003 Freightliner FL80 Dependable Tanker

STATION 7-10 - 10800 Dufferin St (Maple)

  • Engine 710 - 2012 Smeal/Spartan Advantage Engine
  • Command 701

Other

  • Field Support / Rehab - 2005 Freightliner MT REHAB (Volunteer Staffed @ Joint Operations Centre)

Fire Prevention

  • SMART Car
  • 79XX - Dodge RAM pickup
  • 78XX - Chevrolet HHR


RICHMOND HILL FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

STATION 8-1 - 191 Major Mackenzie Drive West (HQ)

  • 813 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator/Smeal Quint - 23m Ladder
  • 814 - 2004 Freightliner/Dependable Tanker (8000L)
  • 818 - 1989 Pierce Arrow Heavy Rescue/HAZMAT
  • Chief 8-4 (Platoon Chief)- 2013 Chevy Suburban
  • Command 81 (Command Post) 1999 Motor Coach

STATION 8-2 - 13067 Yonge Street - Oak Ridges

  • 823 - 1999 Spartan Gladiator / Smeal Quint (23m Ladder)
  • 824 - 2004 Freightliner / Dependable Tanker (8100L)
  • 829 - 1992 Ford Super Duty - Water Rescue Unit (Zodiac Boat Trailer)

STATION 8-3 - 1371 16th Avenue

  • 833 - 1989 Pierce Arrow Quint - 23m Ladder
  • 836 - 1999 Spartan Gladiator Aerial - 32m Ladder

STATION 8-4 - 1365 Elgin Mills Road East

  • 841 - 1998 Spartan Gladiator / Smeal Pumper
  • 849 - 2006 Spartan/Dependable Heavy/Technical Rescue "Squadzilla"

STATION 8-5 - 150 High Tech Road

  • 851 - 2006 Spartan/Smeal Foam Engine
  • 853 - 1999 Spartan Gladiator Quint - 17m Ladder

STATION 8-6 - 101 Gamble Road

  • 861 - 2013 Dependable Pumper Rescue
  • 864 - 2004 Freightliner / Dependable Tanker (8100L)


MARKHAM FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

STATION 9-1 - 7801 Bayview Avenue, Thornhill

  • 911 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator Engine
  • 916 - 2002 Spartan Gladiator 100' Aerial

STATION 9-2 - 10 Riviera Drive, Markham

  • 921 - 2007 Spartan Gladiator Classic
  • 920 - Air/Light
  • CH97 - District Chief
  • 928 - Hazmat Trailer

STATION 9-3 - 2930 Major MacKenzie Dr.

  • 931 - 2010 Spartan Gladiator Smeal Engine
  • 9836 - 1990 Pierce Lance Superior 50' Telesqurt (Spare)

STATION 9-4 - 7300 Birchmount Road, Milliken

  • 941 - 1996 Spartan Baron Dependable Engine

STATION 9-5 (HQ) 316 Main Street Unionville

  • 951 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator Engine
  • 954 - 1991 Mack RB688S Dependable Tanker
  • 956 - 2012 Spartan Gladiator 105' Aerial
  • 950 - Utility Vehicle
  • CH 96 - Platoon Chief
  • (OLD 956 - 2002 Spartan Gladiator 105' Aerial (unknown where it will be moved to)

STATION 9-6 - 5567 Fourteenth Avenue, Markham

  • 961 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator Engine

STATION 9-7 - 209 Main Street Markham

  • 971 - 2003 Spartan Gladiator Engine
  • 9871 - 1998 International 4900 Superior Pump (Spare)

STATION 9-8 - 650 Bur Oak Avenue

  • 981 - 2006 Spartan Gladiator Engine
  • 9881 - Pumper (Spare)

STATION 9-9 - 3255 Bur Oak Avenue

  • 991 - 2012 Spartan/Smeal Engine

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