FIRE Stations & Apparatus

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STATION 1

Located in the Woodmen Hills neighborhood, this is the primary response station for areas north of Woodmen Road. 

Groundbreaking for the 15,500-square-foot station took place July 31, 2009, and the station became operational in May 2010.

The station has a Community Room and a First Aid room. It also serves as the District's primary fitness center for its personnel.

Falcon F.D. apparatus at Station 1 include:

    • An engine
    • A water tender (water truck)
    • A brush truck
    • A utility truck
    • A command vehicle
    • An ambulance
 

   

STATION 2

Falcon F.D. apparatus at Station 2 include:

  • A 4-wheel drive engine
  • A water tender
  • A brush truck 

 

STATION 3 / HEADQUARTERS / TRAINING

With the opening of Station 1, the Falcon Fire Department’s building on Old Meridian Road became a true headquarters facility that houses administration offices as well as a fire crew 24/7.

It hosts the monthly Falcon Fire Protection District Board meetings and serves as the Department’s primary classroom and training facility for emergency medical services, fire, hazardous materials, and technical rescue disciplines. 

A new fire station is in the process of being built in order to house all of the firefighters and ambulance crew and to accommodate the apparatus and supplies. It will also have a First Aid room. The building has the same floorplan as Station 4.

The old building will be renovated into administrative offices and will have a larger training/community room. 

 

Falcon F.D. apparatus at Station 3 include:

  • An engine
  • A tender
  • A utility truck
  • A brush truck
  • An ambulance

 

  

STATION 4

Falcon Fire Department's newest station is located on Capital Drive north of Constitution Avenue. It is the primary response station for areas along the Marksheffel corridor that are in the jurisdiction of the Falcon Fire Protecion District.

Groundbreaking for the station took place June 15, 2016 and the station became operational on May 13, 2017.

The station has a Community Room and a First Aid room. 

Click here to see photos from Station 4's construction.

Falcon F.D. apparatus at Station 4 include:

  • An engine
  • A water tender
  • A brush truck
  • An ambulance

  

STATION 6 

Falcon F.D. apparatus at Station 6 include:

  • A water tender
  • A brush truck 

 

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