Denver Station 29

Station 29 – Green Valley Ranch

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(District 5) Fire Station 29 is located at 4800 N. Himalaya St. and built in 1986.

ENGINE 29

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(E96) 2013 Pierce Velocity (26807-02) with a 1,500 gpm Waterous pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

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BRUSH 601

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(W05) 2016 Ram 5500 4×4 / Outback – Alpine Series (16D55A0416) with 250 gpm pump, 412-gallon water tank, and 12-gallon foam cell. Twin to Brush 602.

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Station 29 Historical Photos

Station 29

Photo Courtesy of Denver Firefighters Museum

Fire Station 29 entered service on December 1, 1983 in a temporary station located at 18700 E. 45th Ave. A 3 person crew operated Engine 29 which was a 1964 Mack C with a 1000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank (former Engine 21). Construction on the permanent station began in the spring of 1985 when a fourth firefighter was added to the company. On January 6, 1986, the company moved to the new quarters at 4800 Himalaya Street. In 1991, Brush Truck 29 entered service with a Ford F-250 that carried 350 gallons of water. It was the first and only brush truck at the DFD and taken out of service just months later after the lease on the vehicle expired. In 1992, Engine 31 organized at Station 29 during the construction at Denver International Airport; it became Engine 32 and moved to DIA in 1995. Truck 29 was organized in 2002 and moved to the new Station 2 in October of 2004.

Station 29

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Fire Station 29 shown here in 2006.

ENGINE 29

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(E-36) 1966 Mack C (C95F-1529) with 1000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank. Former Engine 21.

ENGINE 29

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(E-22) 1993 Pierce Arrow 4×4 with 1250 gpm pump, 750 gallon water tank, and 40 gallon foam cell. Also ran as Pumper 29.

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Eric Hurst Photo ©

Shown here with the updated graphics amd logo.

TRUCK 29

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( T-38) 1998 Spartan Gladiator / Smeal 75′ rear-mount aerial ladder with 1250 gpm pump (Waterous) and 300 gallon water tank. Twin to Truck 26 (T-40).