Station 2 – Louisville
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.
(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.
(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.
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.
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.
Station 2 Historical Photos
Fire Station 2 located at 895 W. Via Appia.
Fire Station 2 shown here in 2004 at the current location with the older paint.
Shown here in 2011.
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.
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.
E-One Sentry Walk-In Rescue Squad, also ran as Squad 2722, and is currently Suncor Energy Fire Department & Emergency Services (Colorado) Rescue 6.
E-One Sentry Walk-In Rescue, Former Squad 2.
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.
2007 Ford F-550 / Elite Light Rescue 300 gallon water tank, currently a Reserve Brush
2001 E-One Hurricane Quint 105′ rear-mount aerial platform 450 gallon water tank. Moved to Station 3.