Grand Junction Station 1

Station 1 – Downtown

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(Battalion 1) Fire Station 1 is located at 620 Pitkin Ave in Downtown Grand Junction.

Station 1 was built in 1902 and was most recently remodeled in 2011 as part of the Public Safety Complex tax which included a new police HQ and fire administration next door.

BATTALION 1

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(12) 2017 Ram 1500 4×4 – Special Service.

MEDIC 1

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(2402) 2017 Ford F-150 4×4 -Special Service.

TRUCK 1

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(1939) 2018 Smeal (Spartan) Sirius (4727) with a 105′ rear-mount aerial ladder, 2000 GPM Waterous pump, and 480 gallons of water.

AMBULANCE 1

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(1907) 2019 Ford F-550 4×4 / Braun NW-NorthStar (2919).

RESCUE 1

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(1226) 1999 Spartan Gladiator / SVI (347) Walk-Around Heavy Rescue with a 250 GPM pump, 328-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

Rescue 1 is cross-staffed by Truck 1 and responds on all confirmed entrapments, water rescues, rope rescues, and technical rescues.

Station 1 Historical Photos

Station 1

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AERIAL 1

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1966 FWD (SF2-3229 / Q-4139) / Pierce (8597) rear-mount snorkel, also part of Walker Field Fire Authority ARFF Fire Department Snorkel 1.

RURAL ENGINE 1

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1983 Pirsch (CPC8 / 3306) with 1250 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank.

RURAL BRUSH 1

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1976 Ford F-600 / Lookwood with 750 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank.

RURAL TANKER 1

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1980 Chevy C65 with 3000-gallon water tank.

ENGINE 16

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(504) 1996 E-One Sentry (16149) with a 1,250 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. Currently Mesa County Fire Authority

AMBULANCE 16

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(3038) 2001 Ford E-450 / Lifeline Superliner.

LADDER 11

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(1344) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20470) with a 75′ RM Aerial Ladder (HP75), 1,500 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell.

TRUCK 1

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(1344) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20470) with a 75′ RM Aerial Ladder (HP75), 1,500 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. (Pictured with the old Ladder 11 graphics).

AMBULANCE 7

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(3038) 2001 Ford E-450 / Lifeline Superliner. Former Ambulance 1, remounted and reassigned to Ambulance 1.

BATTALION 1

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(3318) 2007 Chevy Tahoe.

MEDIC 1

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(1402) 2001 Ford F-250 4×4 / American Eagle. Former Support 1 & Squad 14.

TRUCK 1

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(895) 2010 Spartan Sirius / Smeal (3823) 100′ mid-mount platform tower-ladder with 2000 gpm Hale pump, 480 gallon water tank, and foam.

This truck was totaled while responding to an accident on I-70 during an ice storm on January 9th, 2017.  Truck 1 slid across I-70, became lodged in mud and was hit from behind by another vehicle, sustaining a bent frame and was deemed a total loss.

AMBULANCE 1

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(4038) 2009 Chevy G4500 / LifeLine Superliner. Remounted and assigned as Ambulance 4. Previously remounted from a 2001 chassis as Ambulance 1 and 7.

AMBULANCE 7

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(311) 2013 Chevy Express G4500 / LifeLine Superliner (140002) (2014 Remount).

AMBULANCE 7

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(1935) 2019 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun Northwest North Star (2705-1).  Shown with original graphics.

AMBULANCE 7

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(2641) 2019 Ram 4500 4×4 / LifeLine Superliner (284509) Remount in 2019. Reassigned as Ambulance 4

AMBULANCE 11

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(1935) 2018 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun NW North Star (2705-1). Former Ambulance 7. Reassigned to Ambulance 6.

AMBULANCE 11

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(298) 2012 Chevy G4500 / LifeLine Superliner Remount. Former Ambulance 6. This is currently a reserve.