Littleton Station 17

Station 17 – Highlands Ranch

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Fire Station 17 was located at 9557 S. University Blvd, and was the first fire station built in Highlands Ranch in 1986. The first due area was made up of single & multi-family homes, retail, C-470 and a large area of open space south of Highlands Ranch. This station became South Metro Fire Rescue Station 17.

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BRUSH 17

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(318 / 372) 1980 GMC 35 / E-One (1575) with 300 gpm pump and 250 gallon water tank.

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Shown here repainted red and updated graphics.

ENGINE 17

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(371) 1986 Pierce Lance (3277) Command Cab with 1250 gpm pump 500 gallon water tank.

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ENGINE 17

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(371) Pierce Lance with 500 gallon water tank.

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ENGINE 17

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(376) 2005 American LaFrance / Becker (1717) with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

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Shown here with the Highlands Metro District logo on the door.

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MEDIC 17

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(373) 2006 Ford E-Series / McCoy Miller.

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HAZ-MAT 17

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(397) 1992 Chevy Kodiak / SuperVac, shown here with the older logo. Former Haz-Mat 18.

MEDIC 17

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(333) 2006 Ford E-Series / McCoy Miller (10196). Also ran as Medic 11 & Medic 13.

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ENGINE 17

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(374) 2017 Pierce Dash CF PUC (31290-02) with 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 650 gallon water tank, and 30 gallon foam cell (Husky 12, Hercules 140 CFM CAFS). Became South Metro Fire Rescue Engine 17.

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MEDIC 17

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(377) 2016 International 4300 / Braun SuperChief. Became South Metro Fire Rescue Medic 17.

BRUSH 17

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(372) 2003 Ford F-550 4×4 XLT Super Duty / American LaFrance Type 6 with 125 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank. Became South Metro Fire Rescue Brush 17.

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HAZ-MAT 17

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(397) 1992 Chevy Kodiak / SuperVac.

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HAZ-MAT SUPPLY TRAILER

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(397b) Haz-Mat Supply Trailer.