Castle Rock Station 151

Station 151 – Downtown

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Fire Station 151 (Headquarters) is located at 300 Perry St. and opened in 1999.

Weston Heiser Photo ©

BATTALION CHIEF 151

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2021 Chevy Silverado 2500HD 4×4.

QUINT 151

Ian Zahn Photo ©

(080) 2018 Pierce Velocity (31098-01) with a 105′ heavy-duty rear-mount aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM pump (Pierce PUC), 400-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell (Husky 3).

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Weston Heiser Photo ©

MEDIC 151

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2020 Ram 4500 4×4 / Osage Super Warrior (5767).

BRUSH 151

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

(088) 2018 Freightliner M2-106 4×4 / BME (2759) Type III with a 500 GPM pump (Darley) and 500-gallon water tank.

Weston Heiser Photo ©

9/11 Monument

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The Castle Rock 9/11 Monument is a piece of steel pipe from the World Trade Center donated by the Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab and was added to Station 151 by Leadership Douglas County’s 2017 class. A ribbon cutting ceremony for the monument was held on June 10, 2017.

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Station 151 Historical Photos

Station 151

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ENGINE No. 1

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Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

Photo courtesy Castle Rock Fire Rescue

TENDER 151

Michael Block Photo ©

Mack. Also ran as Tender 153.

TANKER 709

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1953 GMC XM211 with a 1,000-gallon water tank.

Station 151

Photo courtesy Castle Rock Fire Rescue

Fire Station 151 shown here at the current located on Perry St. with its original bay doors.

Michael Block Photo ©

ENGINE 151

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(237) HME 1871 / Central States.

TRUCK 151

John Imig Photo ©

1994 Pierce Lance with a 75′ rear-mount aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM Waterous CSU pump, and 400-gallon water tank. Became Quint 154 and then Quint 155. Sold to East Towas FD, Michigan.

ENGINE 151

Michael Block Photo ©

(71) 2000 HME 1871 (79456) / Central States with a 1,250 GPM pump and 750-gallon water tank. Became Engine 153.

HEAVY RESCUE 151

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1996 HME 1871 Centurion / Central States with a 1,250 GPM pump, 750-gallon water tank, and 50-gallon foam cell. This unit went in service as Squad 152, then Heavy Rescue 151, and finally HazMat 155.

Michael Block Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 159

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(78) 1997 HME 1871 / Central States.

QUINT 151

Michael Block Photo ©

2000 Spartan / Rosenbauer 105′ rear-mount aerial ladder. Became Quint 155.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

RESCUE 151

Michael Block Photo ©

International 4400 / McCoy Miller.

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BRUSH 151

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(238) 2002 International 7400 4×4 / Rosenbauer-General Timberwolf Type III with a 500 GPM pump and 500-gallon water tank. Became Brush 155.

Rick Luebke Photo ©

BRUSH 151

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Ford F-550 4×4 XL Super Duty.

ENGINE 151

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(121) 2013 KME Predator (8703) with a 1,500 GPM pump (Waterous) and 500-gallon water tank. Became Engine 152.

Kyler Hewes Photo ©

BRUSH 151

Rick Luebke Photo ©

(146) Dodge Ram 5500 4×4 / Max Fire Cat.

MEDIC 151

Antonio Archuleta Photo ©

(106) 2016 Ford F-450 4×4 / Wheeled Coach (112078-1). Replaced in 2020, currently a reserve.

BATTALION CHIEF 151

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(99) Ford Expedition 4×4.

Weston Heiser Photo ©