Larkspur Station 161

Station 161 – Larkspur

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Fire Station 161 is located at 9414 S. Spruce Mountain Rd.

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ENGINE 161

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2020 Pierce Velocity (35071) with 1,500 GPM pump (Pierce PUC), 500-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell (Husky 3) .

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RESERVE ENGINE 161

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 2006 Pierce Enforcer (17092) with 1,500 GPM pump and 1000-gallon water tank.

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SQURT 161

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1993 Pierce Lance (E7330) 75′ Tele-Squrt with 1,500 GPM pump and 300-gallon water tank. Former Edgewater Fire Department (Colorado) Engine 2.

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MEDIC 161

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2013 Ram 4500 4×4 / Wheeled Coach. Former Medic 165.

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MEDIC 165

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Ram 4500 4×4 / Wheeled Coach.

BRUSH 161

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2008 Sterling 5500 4×4 / BME 4×4 with 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 10-gallon foam cell.

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BRUSH 165

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2002 Ford F-550 4×4

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TENDER 161

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2005 Kenworth T800 / Pierce (15889) with 3,000-gallon water tank.

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Station 161 Historical Photos

Station 161

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The first fire station opened in 1964.

Station 161

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Fire Station 161 shown here at the current location on S. Spruce Mountain Rd.

ENGINE No. 1

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1952 Dodge M37 with 200-gallon water tank. Also ran as Brush 961, this was the department’s first fire truck and was donated from Fort Collins Fire Department.

ENGINE 1

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1978 Ford F700 / Fire Master. Also ran as Engine 935.

ENGINE 161

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1985 Ford C8000 / Pierce (E-3748) with 1,000-GPM pump and 750-gallon water tank. Twin to Engine 2 and also ran as Engine 965 and Engine 1, sold to Ellicott Volunteer Fire Department.

ENGINE 9

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1957 Ford F600. Also ran as Engine 979.

RESCUE 161

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1980 International 4×4 / Pierce. Former Frisco Fire Protection District. Became Peetz Fire Protection District Rescue 61, box was remounted to their current rescue, and cab was sold.

BRUSH 4

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1970 Dodge 300. Also ran as Brush 971.

BRUSH 6

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1975 Dodge 300 / Howe. Also ran as Brush 966.

TANKER 1

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1973 Kenworth (W923) with 3,200-gallon water tank. Also ran as Tanker 968 and Tender 161.

TENDER 161

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1973 Kenworth (W923) with 3,200-gallon water tank. Also ran as Tanker 1 and Tanker 968.

TANKER 9

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1952 Studebaker M35 (Colorado State Forest Service). Also ran as Tanker 969.

BRUSH 161

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1991 Ford F-350 4×4 with 300-gallon water tank. Became Squad 162.

ENGINE 161

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1998 Freightliner FL80 / Smeal with 1,000 GPM pump and 750-gallon water tank. Became Engine 164.

ENGINE 163

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1998 Pierce Saber with 1,250 GPM pump and 750 gallon tank. Former Woodmoor-Monument Fire Protection District (Colorado) Engine 2112 and Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District (Colorado) Engine 2213 after the merger. Became Engine 161.

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MEDIC 161

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Ford F-450 / Wheeled Coach.

MEDIC 165

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Ford E-450 4×4 XLT Super Duty / Wheeled Coach.

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MEDIC 165

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Dodge Ram 4500 4×4 / Wheeled Coach. Became Medic 162.

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BRUSH 165

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2000 International 4800 / E-One with 1,250 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, foam (CAFS), remote operated bumper turret, and light tower. Originally donated to the department and was twin to South Metro Fire Rescue Brush 39. Became Parker Fire Protection District Brush 73 and then South Metro Fire Rescue Brush 43.

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Rick Luebke Photo ©

ENGINE 161

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1998 Pierce Saber with 1,250 GPM pump and  750-gallon tank. Former Engine 163 and became Engine 164.

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BRUSH 161

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2008 Sterling 5500 4×4 / BME 4×4 with 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 10-gallon foam cell. Shown here with older front bumper.

TENDER 165

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2008 Freightliner M916A3 / Smith Equipment & Welding with 750 GPM pump and 2,400-gallon water tank. Bought from Timberlake Fire Protection District in Athol, Idaho and relocated to Station 162.

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