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SOUTHINGTON FIRE DEPARTMENT
SOUTHINGTON, CONNECTICUT

Population: 45,000Area: 36.6 Sq MilesAmbulance Provider: AMR
Call Volume: 2,300 in 2019
Shift Strength: 7
Members: 32 Full Time/72 Volunteers
Full Time Work Schedule: 24 on/72 off
Official WebsiteFrequency: 154.0700Dispatched by:
FIRE STATIONS
STATION
LOCATION
PHOTOS
Headquarters Station
(Career/Vol CO 1)
310 North Main Street - (Sq1, E1, L1, E6, C3)
(career staffing: Officer/2 Firefighters/BC)
Station 2
(Plainstville Center - Vol CO 2)
130 West Main Street - (E2, B2, T2, AntE4)
Station 3
(Milldale Section - Vol CO 3)
35 Clark Street - (E3, L3, R3, CP)
Station 5 72 River street - (Sq5) (career w/ officer & 2 FF)
APPARATUS
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
PHOTOS
ENGINES
Squad 1 2017 Sutphen Monarch 1500/750 (exE11)
Engine 1 2012 Sutphen Monarch 1500/500 (ex E11/exE12)
Engine 2 2015 Sutphen 1500/750 (exE11/exE21)
Engine 3 1999 Pierce Lance 1500/500 (ex E11/E31)
Squad 5 2019 Sutphen Monarch 1500/750
Engine 6 1999 Pierce Lance 1500/500 (ex E11/E21/E61)
LADDERS
Ladder 12007 Pierce 1250/200/100' Tower
Ladder 31993 Pierce Lance 100' RM Tower w/ 1500 GPM (exL1)
SPECIAL UNITS
Rescue 3 2006 Pierce Lance Rescue (exR1)
Mobile Command International/EVI public safety command post
FORESTRY
Tanker 2 2020 Kenworth/US Tanker 1500/3000 NO PHOTO
Brush 2 1990 Ford F350/smeal 200 gallon brush truck (ex B2/B1)
SHIFT COMMANDER/ANTIQUE
Car 3 2019 Chevy Tahoe 4X4 (Shift Captain)
Engine 4 1946 Dimond T/Maxim pumper (parades)



RETIRED APPARATUS / FORMER STATIONS
STATION INFO
STATION
PHOTOS
originally a school (until around 1955), and currently is the town's food pantry. The new station was build in 1993. Station 3
originally the Marion Chapel and now serves as the Community Theaters facility. Company 4 was merged with Company 3 in 1993 when the new house was built. Station 4
AMBULANCES BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1984 Ford/Southern Ambulance
ENGINES BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1911 Knox Chemical Engine Engine
Diamond Reo Engine 4
1968 Mack CF Engine 11, Engine 12, Engine 31, Engine 51
1970's Ford/American LaFrance Engine 52
1970 Ward LaFrance Engine 11, Engine 12, Engine 31, Engine 32
1974 Maxim F Engine 21
1983 Ford C/FMC Engine 11, Engine 12, Engine 52
1988 Pierce Lance 1250/500/50' telesquirt Engine 32
1989 Maxim F 1250/750 Engine 52
1992 Pierce Lance 1500/500 Engine 12, Engine 52
1999 Pierce Lance 1500/500 Engine 11, Engine 12
1999 Pierce Lance 1500/500 (to Meriden) Engine 11, Engine 51
FORESTRY/TANKERS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1977 Dodge/Pierce 500/200 Brush 3, Brush 2
1990 Pierce Lance 1250/2000 Engine 22
LADDERS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1967 Maxim F model 85' MMA Ladder 1
SPECIAL UNITS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
Dodge/Farrar Squad 25
1970's Ford rescue Rescue 1, Rescue 2
1985 GMC/Ranger rescue Rescue 1
2005 Freightliner M2/Pierce Contender Haz/Mat (to East Granby 2020) Rescue 3



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