Station 350

The Refugee-Canyon Joint Fire District operates from 1 station near the center of town.  Originally constructed in the 1950’s, the firehouse has seen multiple renovations as the department has grown and transitioned from an all-volunteer organization to a fully paid department.  The most recent renovation was completed in 2013 with the an expansion to the north end of the station to provide an adequate living quarters for our personnel and an additional two apparatus bays.  The original portion of the station was renovated to accommodate the department’s administrative needs and a training room.  The building was also fully sprinklered to protect the community’s investment.

Our Equipment

Engine 351

2001 Pierce Dash Engine/Rescue
Riding Positions:  6 Firefighters
Pump:  2,000 GPM Waterous Pump
Tank:  880 Gallons of Water, 30 Gallons of Class B Foam
Notable Equipment:  Night Scan; Hydraulic cutter on hose reel, spreaders on hose reel, combination cutter/spreader tool, ram with extension, mounted hydraulic power unit, and portable hydraulic power unit; airbags; Res-Q-42 Jacks; machinery extrication kit

Engine 352

1990 Pierce Arrow Engine
Riding Positions:  4 Firefighters
Pump:  1,500 GPM Waterous Pump
Tank:  900 Gallons of Water, 30 Gallons of Class A Foam, 30 Gallons of Class B Foam
Notable Equipment:  Foam Pro Foam System; Hydraulic cutter and spreaders; hydraulic power unit

Medic 351

2017 Horton/Dodge Chasiss Medic
Notable Equipment:  LifePak 15, Lucas CPR Device

MEDIC 352

2013 Horton/Ford F-550 Chasiss Medic
Notable Equipment:  LifePak 15, Lucas CPR Device

GRASS 351

2006 Ford F-250 Grass Truck
Riding Positions:  2 Firefighters
Pump:  50 GPM Waterous Pump
Tank:  200 Gallons of Water

CHIEF 350

2018 Dodge 1500 Chief’s Vehicle

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