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WAKEFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT
WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

Population: 25,000Area: 7.8 Sq Miles Ambulance Provider: Cataldo Ambulance
Call Volume: 2,815 Members: 50 Full Time
Work Schedule: 24 hr shifts (1-1-1-5)
Official Website - Local 1478 WebsiteFrequency: 483.4375 - Ch2: 483.4375 Direct - Ch3: 486.4375 Dispatched by: FF at HQ
Shift & Apparatus Staffing:
Shift Strength: 12, min of 10
HQ- 1 Captain in Car 2, 1 Lieutenant/2-3 FF's in E1, 1 Lieutenant/1 Firefighter in L1, 1 Firefighter in dispatch
Station 2- 1 Lieutenant/2-3 Firefighters in E2
FIRE STATIONS
STATION
LOCATION
PHOTOS
Headquarters Station 1 Union Street (opened 2004) - (E1, E5, L1, C2)
Station 2 5 Oak Street, Greenwood - (E2, E4)
APPARATUS
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
PHOTOS
ENGINES
Engine 1 2017 Seagrave Marauder II 1250/750/30F
Engine 2 2021 Seagrave Capitol 1250/750/30F
Engine 4 2000 Seagrave Marauder 1250/750/30F (Rsv, ex E2)
Engine 5 2006 Seagrave Marauder II 1250/750/30F (Rsv, exE1)
LADDERS
Ladder 1 2014 Seagrave Marauder II 100' RMA
SHIFT COMMANDER/UTILITY/ANTIQUE
Car 2 2019 Chevy Tahoe - Shift Commander
Car 6 2010 Chevy 4X4 utility
Antique 1907 Amoskeag 600 GPM Steamer



RETIRED APPARATUS / FORMER STATIONS
SPECIAL PHOTOS
INFO
PHOTOS
HQ w/ 1914 Peerless Chemical Hose 3 along with S1 and L1 ----
STATION ADDRESS
STATION NAME
PHOTOS
Church Street - burned in 1859 Church Street Station
Main and Salem Street, est 1871 Washington Hook and Ladder
Salem Street near Lowell Street, est 1871 Station 2
Foster Street, Volunteer Hose 2 Station 2
Lincoln and Crescent Streets, est 1876 Station 3
Crescent and Mechanics Street, est 1891 burned down in 1899 Headquarters
Crescent Street, est 1900 Headquarters
Oak Street, est 1902 Greenwood Station
Crescent Street, demolished 2003 Headquarters
ENGINES BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1882 Silsby 400 GPM steamer Lucius Beebe 1
1908 Columbia Hose Wagon Hose 2
1912 Webb 550/40 Engine 1
1920 White Hose Wagon
1924 Seagrave 750/80 Engine 1
1929 Seagrave 600/80 Engine 2
1938 Seagrave Sentry Sedan 750/100 Engine 3
1950 Dodge/Seagrave 500/500 Engine 5
1954 American LaFrance 750/250 Engine 1
1955 Dodge/Seagrave 500/500 Engine 4
1956 Mack 750/300 Engine 1
1960 Mack 750/300 Engine 3
1967 International/Farrar 750/500 Engine 4
1975 Maxim 1250/500/40F Engine 1
1979 Mack CF 1000/500 Engine 2
1985 Mack CF/Pirsch 1250/500 Engine 1, Engine 4
1996 Seagrave 1250/750/30F (to Malden 2021) Engine 1, Engine 4
LADDERS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1914 Peerless city service Ladder 1
1928 Seagrave 75' Ladder 1
1955 American LaFrance 85' TDA Ladder 1
1975 Maxim 100' TDA Ladder 1
1996 Seagrave 100' RMA Ladder 1
AUXILIARY UNITS (DISBANDED 2015)
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1954 Reo/Boyertown Rescue 1
1971 Mack MB/1956 Lacy Rescue 1
1972 Ford/Dept lighting unit Lighting Plant
1981 Ford C8000/Marion (ex Scarborough ME/ex Cinnaminson NJ) Squad 1



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