Bushy Hill Station
Friday June 23, 2017

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Bushey Hill Station

 

The Bushy Hill Station is located in the southwest section of town at 345 Bushy Hill Road. The station features three drive-through apparatus bays, a training classroom, day room, Captain's office, fully-equipped kitchen, shower facilities and emergency stand-by generator. Erected in 1989, this building replaced the original station which still stands just to the south.

The original station was built in 1952 to 1953 by the members of the Fire Company at a cost of $6,759. It underwent major renovations in 1968 to add a larger apparatus bay and to expand the upstairs living quarters. It was was again renovated in 1989 to house the Fire District's maintenance division. One bay was converted into a workshop while the other was made into a storage area.

Original Bushey Hill Station

station apparatus

The regular apparatus assignment for Bushy Hill Station is Engine 2, Ladder 11 and Rescue 14, although other pieces may be assigned during scheduled rotations and maintenance. To learn more about an apparatus, click on its photograph.

Engine 2
Ladder 11
Rescue 14
 

Officers & Engineers

Captain Todd Myers
Lieutenant Robert Rust
Lieutenant Guy Casalino
 
Engineer Chris Hwang - Ladder 11
Engineer Matt Bristol Pierce  Engine 2
Engineer Brendon Letson Rescue 14
 
 
 
 
 
 

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