South Metro Station 31

Station 31 – Greenwood Village

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Fire Station 31 is located at 5901 S. Havana St. This station built between August 2015 and April 2016 and held its grand opening ceremony on June 15th, 2016.

ENGINE 31

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(SM3333) 2013 Pierce Velocity (26789) with 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 750 gallon water tank, and foam (Husky 3). Former Engine 33.

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John Baker Photo ©

MEDIC 31

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(2273) 2017 Ford E-450 / PL Custom Medallion (3726).

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DIVE 3

Photo courtesy South Metro Fire Rescue

1994 Sutphen / Salisbury walk-in rescue. Former Mastic Fire Department Heavy Rescue 5-12-10 in New York and responded to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2001.

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Dennis Kahler Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Dennis Kahler Photo ©

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RESCUE BOAT

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(9004) Boston Whaler.

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Dennis Kahler Photo ©

Dennis Kahler Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

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Station 31 Historical Photos

Station 31

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Former Fire Station 31 was located at 5901 S. Havana St. and was built in 1978. This station closed on July 15th, 2015 to be demolished and rebuilt as a new fire station. The units assigned to Station 31 were temporary relocated to Station 35 during construction. Former Castlewood Fire Protection District Station 1.

ENGINE 31

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(332) E-One with 1500 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank.

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ENGINE 31

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(335) 2003 E-One Cyclone II with 1250 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank. Also ran as Engine 33 & Engine 40.

ENGINE 31

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(3333) 2013 Pierce Velocity with 1500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 750 gallon water tank, and foam. Shown here with the logo on the rear-side door.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

MEDIC 31

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(2227) 2012 Ford E-450 4×4 / PL Custom (C-425). Former Medic 35 (227) and became Medic 211.

Kyler Hewes Photo ©