Lower Valley Station 32

Station 32 – Loma

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Fire Station 32 is located at 1341 13 Road. Built in 1932, the station was remodeled to add living quarters, office areas, bunkrooms, and a kitchen in 2019 allowing full-time staffing with a crew of 2.

Station 32 underwent a facelift in 2021 to match the main station with stucco and to finish the apron/parking area. This was funded by the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District.

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ENGINE 32

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(3122) 2005 Pierce Dash (16944) with a 1,500 GPM Waterous pump, 1,000-gallon water tank, and a 30-gallon foam cell. Former Engine 31.

AMBULANCE 32

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2021 Ram 3500 4×4 / North Star (3468) 154″ Module

BRUSH 32

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2010 Ford F-550 4×4 / BFX Attack One (10-29005) with 120 GPM Darley 1.5 AGE pump, 400-gallon water tank, and a 7-gallon foam cell. Former Bureau of Land Management Engine 1613, Lower Valley Brush 33.

This engine was provided through the Bureau of Land Management Rural Fire Readiness Program, supplying mutual aid partners with retired government equipment.

BOAT 32

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Station 32 Historical Photos

Station 32

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Shown here at the current located on 13 Rd. before the add-on and remodel.

TENDER 32

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1975 Ford L-9000 with a 3600-gallon tank. Former Tanker 1.

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LADDER 31

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1984 Simon-Duplex / LTI 75′ Quint rear-mount aerial ladder, refurbished in 1995. Former Castlewood Fire Protection District. Moved to Station 31 and became Truck 31.

TENDER 31

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(3152) Sterling LT9500 with 5000 Gallon Custom Tank and Pump. Moved to Station 31.

TENDER 32

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2000 International 4900 / E-One (20670) with 1250 GPM Pump, 2000 gallon water tank. Moved to Station 31.

ENGINE 32

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2006 Pierce Dash (16944) with 1000 gallon water tank, 1250 GPM Pump. Former Engine 31. Pictured with the old logo.

AMBULANCE 32

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2014 GMC Savana 4500 / McCoy Miller / Braun NW North Star Remount (413-R). Former Ambulance 31. Pictured with old logo.

BRUSH 32

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1999 Ford F-450 4×4 / American Eagle JackRabbit with a 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 7-gallon foam cell. Pictured with the old logo.

SQUAD 32

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(3002) 2011 Chevy Trailblazer. Pictured with the old logo, moved back to Station 31.

TENDER 32

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(3181) 2000 International 4900 / E-One Elliptical Tender (20670) with a 1250 GPM Pump and 2000-gallon water tank. Former Grand Junction Fire Department Tender 3. Moved back to Station 31.

Station 32 – Loma

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Fire Station 32 is located at 1341 13 Rd. Remodel and addition performed in 2019 to allow full-time staffing. Pictured prior to remodeling of the exterior.

BRUSH 32

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1999 Ford F-450 4×4 / American Eagle JackRabbit with a 250 GPM pump, 300-gallon water tank, and 7-gallon foam cell. Former Brush 32 and was reassigned as Brush 33.

AMBULANCE 32

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2014 GMC Savana 4500 / McCoy Miller / Braun NW-North Star Remount (413-R). Former Ambulance 31. (Pictured as Ambulance 31 during the maintenance rotation)

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BRUSH 33

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(3141) 2000 Ford F-550 4×4 / Darley Fast Attack Skid Unit with a 150 GPM Darley pump, 300-gallon water tank, and a 10-gallon foam cell. Former Brush 31. Sold to Hilltop Volunteer Fire Department, AR.