Denver Station 22

Station 22 – Hampden

Keith Kahler Photo ©

(District 3) Fire Station 22 is located at 3530 S. Monaco Pkwy and built in 1966. Station 22 was located at Stapleton Airport, and was renamed as Airport Station 1 in 1966 when this station was built.

ENGINE 22

Ethan Dunlop Photo ©

(E92) 2012 Pierce Velocity (25828-01) with 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

Nate Siebert Photo ©

Peter Reichardt Photo ©

TOWER 22

Nate Siebert Photo ©

(T62) 2020 Pierce Velocity (33961) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform.

Peter Reichardt Photo ©

Peter Reichardt Photo ©

Station 22 Historical Photos

ENGINE No. 22

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

Engine Co. 22 pictured in front of the Denver Fire Department Shops, originally running out of the Stapleton Airport before moving to a new station, still protecting the airport at 8800 E. Smith Road. The station was located in Hanger 5 from 1940 to 1949. 

WATER TENDER No. 22

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

Station 22

Duane Troxel Photo ©

Shown here in 1974

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Shown here in 2008.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Shown here in 2016.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 22

Duane Troxel Photo ©

1966 Mack C with 1000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank.

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

TRUCK 22

Duane Troxel Photo ©

1965 Seagrave 85′ mid-mount aerial ladder.

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

RESERVE TRUCK 22

Duane Troxel Photo ©

1956 Seagrave 85′ mid-mount.

RESERVE ENGINE 22

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

1959 Seagrave (K-9215 / 900B) with 1250 gpm pump and 250 gallon water tank.

ENGINE 22

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(E-41) 1971 American LaFrance (14-1-2507) with 1250 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank.

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

ENGINE 22

Rick Davis Photo ©

1980 Seagrave with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

TRUCK 22

Shaun Ryan Photo ©

(T-30) 1982 Seagrave (SR-20768 / P-75413) 100′ rear-mount aerial ladder.

Rick Davis Photo ©

Shown here as Heavy Rescue Truck 22.

Rick Davis Photo ©

Heavy Rescue Truck 22 “The Jaws of Life”.

TRUCK 22

Michael Block Photo ©

(T-04) 1986 E-One Hurricane 110′ aerial ladder with 1500 gpm pump and 200 gallon water tank. Also ran as TAC 11, Truck 11, Truck 6, and Truck 27.

ENGINE 22

Rick Davis Photo ©

1998 Pierce Saber with 1250 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank. This engine was damaged in a traffic collision.

Charles Broshous Photo ©

Shown here after refurbished body and updated graphics.

ENGINE 22

Rick Luebke Photo ©

1990 Pierce Lance with 500 gallon water tank. This engine was a long term reserve after Engine 22 was damaged in a traffic collision.

TRUCK 22

Rick Luebke Photo ©

1997 Pierce Lance 105′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Also ran as Truck 11 and Truck 19.

TOWER 22

Charles Broshous Photo ©

(T42) 2003 Pierce Lance (14592) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©