Arvada Station 4

Station 4 – Lamar Heights

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Fire Station 4 (Station 54) is located at 6845 W. 68th Avenue, and dedicated in 1963. Station 4 is home to the Hazardous Materials Team. Fire Station 4 was renovation to increased the size of the station and modernize the facilities in 2014. Station 4 is a member of the Adams/Jeffco Hazardous Response Authority and the North Area Technical Rescue Team.

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BATTALION CHIEF 51

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(Incident Command) (UT-30) 2017 Ford Explorer 4×4.

TRUCK 54

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2001 Pierce Quantum (12417) with a 105′ aerial ladder, Hale pump, and water tank. Refurbished in 2019 by Fire Trucks Unlimited (1381), and is the former Madison Fire Department Aerial Ladder 1 (Wisconsin).

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MEDIC 54

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Ford F-450 4×4 / Lifeline Superliner

Medic 54 is currently operating a reserve unit after they were involved in a crash on May 20, 2022, while transporting a patient.

HAZ-MAT 54

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1994 Pierce Saber (E9616), former Rocky Flats Fire Department Haz-Mat 1. Part of the Adams and Jeffco Hazardous Response Authority Haz-Mat 4.

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AIR 54

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(T-0001) 2008 Bauer (Mobile Air Trailer) air compressor used to refill SCBA bottles that fire fighters wear on their backs. Air 56 has a four bottle cascade system that stores air at pressure of 6000 psi. The system uses normal outside air that is dehumidified and pressurized. The unit is self-contained and can operate on a diesel motor or an electric motor. The flexibility of a mobile unit allows for use at multiple locations or on site for long duration incidents, currently Air 56.

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Station 4 Historical Photos

Station 4

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Fire Station 4 shown here at it’s current location at 6845 68th Ave. The site was purchased by the district in January of 1962 and dedicated in 1963, renovation in 2014.

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Shown here in 2004.

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Shown here in 2009.

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Shown here in 2019.

ENGINE 4

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1960 Ford C850 / General Safety 750 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

RESERVE ENGINE 4

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1965 Ford C850 / General Safety (23659) 750 gpm pump and 400 gallon water tank, former Engine 106 at Station 1.

SQUAD 4

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1976 Ford F-600 4×4 / E-One 500 gpm pump and 250 gallon water tank, also ran as Rescue 4.

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Shown here running as Rescue 4.

RESERVE ENGINE 4

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1977 American LaFrance (C-12-8878) 1000 Series 1000 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank.

AERIAL 4

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1977 Oshkosh (A-1834-3C1 / 15834) / Pierce Snorkel (9501-C) 75′ TeleSqurt 1250 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank with foam, also ran as Aerial 2 and Squrt 4. Became Limon Area Fire Protection District (Colorado) Quint 2230 and repainted red.

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Shown here running as Squrt 4.

PUMPER 4

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1985 Sutphen Deluge (HS-1976) 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, also ran as Engine 4, Reserve Pumper 6 & Reserve Pumper 8.

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Pumper 4 was donated to the Fort Garland Fire District in Costilla County, Colorado in 2007.

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Shown here running as Engine 4.

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Dennis Maag Photo ©

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Shown here running as a reserve.

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Shown here running as a reserve.

TRUCK 4

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SQURT 4

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(E7433) 1992 Pierce Dash 50′ TeleSqurt 1500 gpm pump and 500 gallon water tank, became Trinidad Fire Protection District (Colorado) Truck 1.

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Shown here with the newer logo and blue stripe.

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Shown here as Squrt 54.

AERIAL No. 4

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(EB340) 1998 Pierce Lance 75′ TeleSqurt 1500 gpm pump, 280 gallon water tank with 20 gallons of foam (FoamPro) with 1000 gpm nozzle, also ran as Truck 4, Truck 54 and Ladder 54. Now Retired.

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Shown here as Truck 4.

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Shown here as Truck 54.

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SQUAD 4

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1997 Dodge Ram 3500 4×4 75 gpm pump, 250 gallon water tank with foam, also ran as Brush 1 & Brush 7.

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MEDIC 54

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(A-0006) 2012 Ford F-450 4×4 XLT Super Duty / MedTec, also ran as Medic 58 and retired.

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Shown here without the box after retiring.

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MEDIC 54

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(A-0004) 2012 Ford F-450 4×4 XLT Super Duty / MedTec, former Medic 58 and became Medic 57.

RESCUE 54

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(R-0001) 2015 Pierce Velocity PUC (27880) (Heavy Rescue) 1500 gpm pump, 400 gallon water tank with 20 gallons of foam (Husky), currently Rescue 52.

Dennis Maag Photo ©

Dennis Maag Photo ©

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LADDER 54

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(EB340) 1998 Pierce Lance (EB-340) 75′ Tele-Squrt (Reserve) 1500 gpm pump, 400 gallon water tank with 20 gallons of foam, also ran as Aerial 4, Truck 4 and Truck 54. Retired. 

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Shown here running as Truck 54.

MEDIC 54

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(A-0010) 2018 Dodge Ram 4500 4×4 / MedTec, remounted and refurbished in 2018 by Fire Trucks Unlimited (1699).

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