South Metro Station 39

Station 39 – Castle Pines Village

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(Battalion 1) Fire Station 39 is located at 475 W. Happy Canyon Rd. and was built in 1997. Former Castlewood Fire Protection District Station 9.

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ENGINE 39

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(SM3359) 2018 Pierce Velocity (30936-03) with a 1,500 gpm pump (Pierce PUC), 750-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell (Husky 12).

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Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

BRUSH ENGINE 39

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(SM2260) 2014 International 7500 4×4 / BME Type 3 with a 500 GPM Darley JMP500 pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

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Photo courtesy of South Metro Fire Rescue

Photo courtesy of South Metro Fire Rescue

TENDER 39

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(SM3206) 2021 Kenworth T-880 / Pierce (35134) Dry-Side Tanker with a 1,000 GPM Darley Pump and 3,000-gallon water tank. This tender also carries a 3,000-gallon portable drop tank.

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WILDLAND 39

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(SM1112) 2017 Ram 2500 4×4.

WLD39 in used as a wildland incident command vehicle, wildland chase, and utility for single-resource wildland assignments.

Station 39 Historical Photos

WILDLAND 39

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(226) 1996 Dodge Ram 3500 (Wildland Support). Became a Fleet Staff unit (SM2226).

TENDER 39

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1983 White / GMC with 500 gpm pump and 3000 gallon water tank.

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BRUSH 39

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(243) 2000 International 4800 4×4 / E-One (121491) with 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, foam (CAFS), remote operated bumper turret, and light tower. Originally donated to the department and was twin to Larkspur Fire Protection District Brush 165. Became Brush Engine 36.

BRUSH 39

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(548) 2002 Ford F-550 XL Super Duty. Former Brush 34 and became Brush 47 (SM3548).

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BRUSH ENGINE 39

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(243) 2000 International 4800 4×4 / E-One (121491) with 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, foam (CAFS), remote operated bumper turret, and light tower. Former Brush Engine 36 and became Brush Engine 40.

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BRUSH ENGINE 39

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(SM2250) 2000 International 4800 / E-One with 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, foam (CAFS), and bumper turret. Former Brush Engine 41 became a reserve Brush Engine.

ENGINE 39

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(337) 2003 E-One Cyclone II with 1500 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank. Became a reserve engine (SM3337).

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

TENDER 39

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(SM3217) 1998 Freightliner with 500 gpm pump and 3000 gallon water tank.

Charles Broshous Photo ©

Charles Broshous Photo ©