Louisville Station 3

Station 3 – Colorado Tech Center

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Fire Station 3 (Training Center) is located at 2095 Boxelder St. in the Colorado Tech Center (CTC), dedicated in 2014, and covers the south part of the district. The station includes a 2-acre drill ground with a 22400 sq. ft., 2-story burn building. The burn building also includes a smoke generator, movable walls, sprinkler props, rescue maze, an 800 sq. ft. support pavilion that serves as a drill ground classroom, SCBA storage, and personnel rehab equipment.

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ENGINE 2703

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2012 E-One Typhoon (137430) with a 1,250 GPM eMAX pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

TRUCK 2718

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1993 E-One Cyclone TR (12465) / 2010 Refurb (136292) with an 80′ rear-mount aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM Hale pump, and 500-gallon water tank, former Truck 2716.

BRUSH 2733

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 2007 Ford F-550 4×4 / Elite Light Rescue with a 200 GPM Darley Pump and 300-gallon water tank, former Brush 2732.

HAZ-MAT 2751

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2013 International 4400 / Alfred Industries (16436), part of the Boulder County Hazmat Authority. Former Longmont Fire Department (Colorado) HazMat 2151. Funded by Homeland Security Funds and twin to South Metro Fire Rescue (Colorado) Decon 17

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Station 3 Historical Photos

ENGINE 2703

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1999 E-One Sentry with a 1,250 GPM pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

WILDLAND TENDER 2741

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1999 E-One Sentry with a 1,250 GPM pump and a 1,000-gallon water tank. Moved to training status and sold to a department in Tennessee.

MEDIC 2723

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2007 Ford E-450 / MedTec FD-168 (7723), former Medic 2722. Moved to training status. Twin to Mountain View Fire Rescue (Colorado) Reserve Medic (7724)

TRUCK 2718

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1993 E-One Cyclone TR (12465) / 2010 Refurb (136292) with an 80′ rear-mount aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM Hale pump, and 500-gallon water tank, former Truck 2716.

HAZ-MAT 2751

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2013 International 4400 / Alfred Industries (16436), part of the Boulder County Hazmat Authority. Former Longmont Fire Department HazMat 2151.

Funded by Homeland Security Funds and twin to South Metro Fire Rescue Decon 17

HazMat 2751 was rewrapped in all black with green accents in late 2021 to match the Boulder County HazMat Authority’s all-black theme.

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Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

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MEDIC 2723 (2722)

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2014 Chevy G4500 / Braun Chief XL

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

Medic 2723 was on a temporary move-up from Station 2 (Medic 2722) after the Marshall Fire which caused damage and loss of utilites to Station 2. Engine 2702 went back in service at Station 2 with Medic 2722 when utilities were restored at Station 2.