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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ENGINE 13

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(1042) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20469) with a 1,250 GPM pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 30-gallon foam cell. Also ran as 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 1000 GPM E-1 Waterous Pump and 1250-gallon water 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 and 1250-gallon water tank. Became Lower Valley Tender 32

ENGINE 3

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

TRUCK 3

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(1344) 1999 E-One Cyclone II (20470) 75 ft. rear-mount aerial with a 1500 GPM E-1 Waterous Pump and 500 Gallon water tank. Originally Ladder 11 and former Truck 4.

AMBULANCE 3

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A-3 (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 / Smeal Sirius (419950 / 4295) 75′ heavy-duty rear-mount aerial ladder with 1500 GPM pump (Waterous CSUC20C), 400-gallon water tank, 20 gallons of foam (ProFoam 2001), and Akron StreamMaster (3578). Became Truck 6.

AMBULANCE 13

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(1642) 2009 Chevy G4500 4×4 / LifeLine Superliner. This is an IFT/911 Day Car. Former Ambulance 8. Became Ambulance 16

AMBULANCE 3

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(1880) 2018 Ram 5500 4×4 / Braun Northwest North Star (2706-1). Moved to reserve status.

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 and is currently in the process of being replaced.

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Photo Courtesy of Grand Junction Fire Department

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

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