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STANDISH FIRE DEPARTMENT
STANDISH, MAINE

Population: 10,000 Area: 84 Sq Miles
(inc Sebego Lake)
Ambulance Provider: Standish Fire
Call Volume: 1,742
Members: 105
Frequency: 154.100
Dispatched by: FD Dispatch
STAFFING:
Monday Friday Day (0600-1800)- Two per-diem personnel, one being a Paramedic and the other an EMT with at least one of them cross trained as a fire fighter.
Monday Friday Night (1800-0600)- There are assigned night crews of call company personnel. Each crew currently has 4-5 people, when on a call all people are paid hourly. When not on a call only the one person from the crew that is at the station (each crew rotates members that stay at the station) receives the stipend to be with the truck. The remaining crew that is either at home or could be at the station does not receive any compensation until they go on a call.
Monday Thursday (0730- 1700)- Are the regular administrative hours for the two full-time employees; the Chief of Department and Public Safety Captain. 16 hours during the Week Fire Inspector responsible for safety inspections, Fire Prevention and Public Education. 29 hours a week Animal Control Officer/EMT, schedule is flexible based on calls for service.
Live in Student Program 3 Students at Central Station and 2 Students at North Gorham Station from 2200-0700 Sunday Thursday and one covering the weekend from Midnight to 0700 on Saturday and Sunday.
Weekends There are 4 weekend crews with 4-5 people that cover from 0600 on Saturday Morning to 0600 on Monday morning. During that time there is one person (each crew rotates members that stay at the station) at the station in 12 hour shifts covering 0600-1800 and 1800-0600 the remaining crew that does not have to be at the station does not receive any compensation until they go on a call. Fire Responses are handled by cross trained personnel that may be on duty along with call company personnel.
Dispatch 24 hour coverage from 4 full time dispatchers and 7 part-time dispatchers, shifts running from 0600-1400, 1400-2200 and 2200-0600.
FIRE STATIONS
STATION
LOCATION
PHOTOS
Central Station 175 Northeast Road
(E1, E21, Sq6, Tr10, R1, R2)
 
North Gorham Station 2 Standish Neck Road (Shared Station with Gorham )
(E4, T2, R3)
 
Steep Falls Station870 Boundry Road
(E3, F3, T3)
 
APPARATUS/VEHICLES
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
PHOTOS
ENGINES
Engine 1 1987 Ford C-8000/E-One 1000/1000  
Engine 212011 E-One 1500/1000/30A/30B  
Engine 3 2005 E-One 1250/1000/40F  
Engine 4 2014 E-One Typhoon 1250/1000  
LADDERS
Truck 10 2001 E-One 2000/300/95' twr  
FORESTRY/TANKERS
Forestry 3 1968 Army Surplus 1000 gallon  
Tank 2 2017 Freightliner/Pierce 1500/2000 NO PHOTO
Tank 3 1995 Kenworth Central States 1000 GPM 2500 Tank  
SPECIAL UNITS
Squad 62002 Ford E-450/PL Custom water rescue (exR1)  
AMBULANCES
Rescue 2016 Ford E-450/PL Custom ambulance NO PHOTO
Rescue 1 2012 Chevy G4500/PL Custom ambulance
(R1 and R2 call signs rotate between the 09 and 12 ambulances)
 
Rescue 2 2009 Ford E-450/PL Custom ambulance
(R1 and R2 call signs rotate between the 09 and 12 ambulances)
 
Rescue 3 2003 Ford E-450/PL Custom ambulance (Regional RSV)  
OTHER VEHICLES
Trail 18 2005 Kubota RTV  
Traffic 8 2001 GMC Van  
Utility 5 1997 Dodge Ram 350 300 GPM 250 Tank  
Marine 4 1978 Chevy water rescue  
Marine 6 18 ft 90hp Boston Whaler  
Unit 7 2003 Chevy 2500 Series Pickup  
Unit 14 2007 Chevy Trail Blazer - Chief (call sign Car 1)  
Unit 15 2007 Ford Crown Victoria  



RETIRED VEHICLES / FORMER STATIONS
ENGINES BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1980 Ford/Middlesex L-9000 1000/1000 Engine 3
NO PHOTO
1986 FMC/Kenworth 1000/1000 Engine 5  
1989 Ford/E-One C-8000 1000/1000 Engine 4  
1997 HME Central States 1000/1000 Engine 2  
LADDERS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
Ford C/American LaFrance Ladder 1  
FORESTRY/TANKERS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1986 AM General 4000 gallon Tank 2  
SPECIAL UNITS BY YEAR
ASSIGNED TO
PHOTOS
1994 Ford F-350 water rescue Squad 6  



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