Longmont Station 6

Station 6 – Southmoor

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Fire Station 6 has temporarily relocated to the Longmont Service Center, 1100 S Sherman St.

Photo Courtesy of City of Longmont

Station 6 is currently being rebuilt to better serve the citizens of Longmont at a new location.

Fire Station 6 on South Pratt Parkway near Ken Pratt Boulevard, was built in 1971 as part of “Project 75.”  It is a little over 6,200 square feet and currently houses an engine crew of three or four, an ambulance crew of two, a reserve ambulance, and two reserve engines. The completion and opening of the new station are anticipated to be Summer of 2023. When complete the trucks and crew currently housed at Mountain View and Hover will move into this new location. The new station will initially only have one staffed fire engine but will be designed so it can someday house an ambulance crew as well. The garage will have space for non-staffed reserve vehicles and specialty units.

ENGINE 2106

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(52368) 2018 Pierce Enforcer (32375) with a 1,500 GPM Waterous Mid-Ship pump, 500-gallon water tank, and foam cell (Husky 3).

Station 6 Historical Photos

Station 6

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Fire Station 6 is located at 501 South Pratt Parkway, built in 1971 and shown here in 2005.

SQUAD 2121

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(52315) 1995 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue, shown here without the “S1” on the window, currently Heavy Rescue 2151.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 2106

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(52320) 2010 Pierce Velocity (22932-04) with a 1,500 GPM Waterous S100D Rear-Mount Pump and 500-gallon water tank.

Station 6 – Southmoor

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Fire Station 6 was located at 501 S. Pratt Parkway.

Station 6 is currently being rebuilt to better serve the citizens of Longmont at a new location.

Fire Station 6 on South Pratt Parkway near Ken Pratt Boulevard, was built in 1971 as part of “Project 75.”  It is a little over 6,200 square feet and housed an engine crew. The completion and opening of the new station are anticipated to be Summer of 2023. When complete, the trucks and crew currently housed at Pratt Parkway will move into this new location. The new station will initially only have one staffed fire engine but will be designed so it can someday house an ambulance crew as well. The garage will have space for non-staffed reserve vehicles and specialty units.

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Keith Kahler Photo ©