Louisville Station 2

Station 2 – Louisville

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Fire Station 2 (Headquarters) is located at 895 W. Via Appia Way. Station 2 was built in 1985 and remodeled in 2019.

Station 2 was affected by the Marshall Fire which started on December 30, 2021 and burned 2,000 acres and nearly 1,000 homes in a matter of hours. Station 2 was temporarily closed, personnel and apparatus were relocated for a short time while crews worked suppression efforts and utilities were shut off.

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Keith Kahler Photo ©

Keith Kahler Photo ©

ENGINE 2702

Nate Siebert Photo ©

(E-E) 2015 E-One Typhoon (139605) Rescue Pumper with a 1,250 GPM E-One eMAX pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

TOWER 2717

Nate Siebert Photo ©

(Tower 2) 2001 E-One Sentry (123636) with a 105′ rear-mount aerial platform, 1,500 GPM Hale QMAX Pump, 150-gallon water tank, and 15-gallon foam cell.

MEDIC 2722

Rick Luebke Photo ©

2014 Chevy G4500 / Braun Chief XL (6381)

This medic covers the west part of Louisville, and also covered the west part of the Rocky Mountain Fire District (Colorado) in Superior.

BRUSH 2732

Rick Luebke Photo ©

2012 Ram 5500 4×4 / Max Fire “FireCat” Darley Type 6 with a 400-gallon water tank and 20 gallons of foam (FoamPro), former Brush 2731.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Station 2 Historical Photos

Station 2

Michael Block Photo ©

Fire Station 2 located at 895 W. Via Appia.

Station 2

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Fire Station 2 shown here in 2004 at the current location with the older paint.

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Shown here in 2011.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 3

Rick Luebke Photo ©

1996 E-One Sentry (20211) with a 1500 GPM Pump, 1250 gallon water tank, shown here with the old graphics, former Wildland Tender 2741, currently a training engine.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

TRUCK 2

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1993 E-One Cyclone TR (12465) with an 80′ rear-mount aerial ladder, 1500 gpm Hale pump and 500-gallon water tank, shown here before the complete rebuild by E-One in 2010.

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SQUAD 2

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E-One Sentry Walk-In Rescue Squad, also ran as Squad 2722, and is currently Suncor Energy Fire Department & Emergency Services (Colorado) Rescue 6.

SQUAD 2722

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E-One Sentry Walk-In Rescue, Former Squad 2.

ENGINE 2702

Rick Luebke Photo ©

1996 E-One Sentry (20211) with a 1250 GPM Pump and 500-gallon water tank. Rebuilt by SuperVac in 2009 and currently a Training Engine.

MEDIC 2723

Rick Luebke Photo ©

2008 Ford E-450 4×4 / MedTec PD-168 (7724). Sold to Rocky Mountain Fire District (Colorado) Medic 2446 

BRUSH 2732

Rick Luebke Photo ©

2007 Ford F-550 / Elite Light Rescue 300 gallon water tank, currently a Reserve Brush

TOWER 2717

Rick Luebke Photo ©

2001 E-One Hurricane Quint 105′ rear-mount aerial platform 450 gallon water tank. Moved to Station 3.