Howard Station 1

Station 1 – Howard

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Fire Station 1 (Community Center) is located at 8274 W. Hwy. 50 and opened in 2004.

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COMMAND

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ENGINE

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1997 Pierce Dash (ED227) 1500 gpm pump (Waterous), 750 gallon water tank and 20 gallon foam cell. Former Arvada Fire Protection District (Colorado) Engine 1.

ENGINE 101

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(Engine 1) Ford F800 / Roughneck.

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ENGINE 711

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1992 International / Smeal. Donated to the department on May 16th, 2021 from the Eaton Fire Protection District (Colorado), also ran as Howard VFD Engine 103.

ENGINE 712

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(Engine 2) Ward LaFrance, shown without new number series, also ran as Engine 102.

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James Gillum Photo ©

TRUCK 721

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1985 Sutphen 105′ mid-mount aerial platform 1250 gpm pump. Former Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue (Colorado) and also ran for Oak Creek Fire Protection District (Colorado) Truck 8-2.  Former Truck 8.

BRUSH 108

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(Brush 4) Chevy 4×4.

TANKER 751

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(Tanker 1) Mack / Superior.

Station 1 Historical Photos

PUMPER 1

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1949 Marmon-Herrington 4×4 fire truck., nicknamed “Red Truck”.

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LADDER 7

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(Truck 5) 1974 Mack CF (CF611F10-1694) 50′ TeleSqurt 1000 gpm pump with 500 gallon water tank. Former Lockheed Martin Fire & Emergency Services (Colorado) Engine 103.

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ENGINE 102

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(Engine 2) Ward LaFrance, shown without new number series. Became Engine 712.

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James Gillum Photo ©

ENGINE 103

Photo courtesy of Howard Volunteer Fire Department

1992 International / Smeal. Donated to the department on May 16th, 2021 from the Eaton Fire Protection District (Colorado). Became Engine 711.

TRUCK 8

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1985 Sutphen 105′ mid-mount aerial platform 1250 gpm pump. Former Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue (Colorado) and also ran for Oak Creek Fire Protection District (Colorado) Truck 8-2. Became Truck 721.

TANKER 311

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(Tanker 1) International S1700 / Pierce 3000 gallon water tank. Former Wet Mountain Fire Protection District (Colorado).

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