Grand Junction Station 3

Station 3 – Pomona Park

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Fire Station 3 is located at 582 25 1/2 Rd. This station is located in the NW area of the city and serves the Mesa Mall, Community Hospital, and St. Mary’s Hospital. This station was completed in 2022.

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ENGINE 3

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(1917) 2019 Pierce Enforcer (33995-02) with a 1,250 gpm Waterous pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell (Husky 3).

AMBULANCE 3

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(2642) 2020 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun NW – North Star (3150-1) 163″ Module.

HAZ-MAT 3

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2004 Chevy Silverado 3500 4×4 & 1993 Econolite Haz-Mat Trailer. The vehicle is owned by the Bureau of Land Management in partnership with the city.

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Station 3 Historical Photos

Station 3

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Fire Station 3 shown here at the current location.

ENGINE 3

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1981 Pirsch (CPC8 / 3279) 750 gallon water tank / 1250 gpm pump..

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HAZ-MAT 13

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AMBULANCE 13

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(645) 1994 Ford E-450 / Wheeled Coach

ENGINE 13

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(1042) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20469) with a 1,250 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and a 30-gallon foam cell. Former Engine 14.

AMBULANCE 13

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(3323) 2002 Ford E-450 / Lifeline Superliner.

TENDER 13

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(003) 2000 International 4900 / E-One (20670) Pumper-Tanker with a 1,000 GPM E-1 Waterous Pump, 1,250-gallon water tank, and a 1,500-gallon drop-tank. Became Tender 3.

HAZ-MAT 13

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2004 Chevy 3500 4×4  / 1993 Econolite Haz-Mat Trailer. The vehicle is owned by the Bureau of Land Management in partnership with the city.

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AMBULANCE 3

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(3323) 2002 Ford E-450 / Lifeline Superliner.

TENDER 3

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(003) 2000 International 4900 / E-One (20670) Pumper-Tanker with a 1000 GPM E-1 Waterous Pump, 1,250-gallon water tank, and a 1,500-gallon drop-tank. Sold to Lower Valley Fire District as Tender 32

ENGINE 3

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(1042) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20469) with a 1,250 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

TRUCK 3

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(1344) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20470) with a 75 ft. rear-mount aerial, 1,500 GPM E-1 Waterous Pump, and a 500-gallon water tank. Former Ladder 11, Truck 1, and Truck 4.

AMBULANCE 3

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(3323) 2009 Chevy Express G4500 / Lifeline Superliner. Twin to former Ambulance 1. Became training ambulance for the Colorado Mesa University Emergency Medical Services program.

AMBULANCE 3

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(1880) 2018 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun Northwest North Star (2706-1), shown here without the new graphics on the box.

TRUCK 3

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2014 Spartan Sirius / Smeal (4295) with a 75′ heavy-duty rear-mount aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM pump (Waterous CSUC20C), 400-gallon water tank, 20-gallon foam cell (ProFoam 2001), and Akron StreamMaster (3578). Became Truck 6.

AMBULANCE 13

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(IFT/911 Day-Car) (1642) 2009 Chevy G4500 4×4 / LifeLine Superliner. Former Ambulance 8. Became Ambulance 16 and is currently a reserve ambulance.

AMBULANCE 3

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(1880) 2018 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun Northwest North Star (2706-1). Reassigned as a reserve ambulance.

Station 3 – Pomona Park

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Fire Station 3 is located at 582 25 1/2 Rd. This station is located in the NW area of the city and serves the Mesa Mall, Community Hospital, and St. Mary’s Hospital. This station was established in 1975.

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Station 3 – Pomona Park

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Photo Courtesy of Grand Junction Fire Department

The old station was torn down and turned into a parking lot for Mesa County Valley School District 51. The station was being replaced under city budget and was not included in the First Responder Tax for Station 6, 7, & 8.

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