Weatogue Station
Wednesday March 21, 2018

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Weatogue Station

Weatogue Station


The Weatogue Station is located in the southeast section of town at 251 Hopmeadow Street. The station features two drive-through apparatus bays, a training classroom, day room, Captain's office, fully-equipped kitchen, shower facilities and emergency stand-by generator. This station, which opened in 1996, replaced the original structure that was built on this site in 1962.

To the rear of Weatogue Station is the Fire Company's drill grounds consisting of the burn building and storage annex. Built in 1988, the burn building is specially designed and constructed for live fire training, but the building and grounds are utilized for a vast array of training scenarios.

Drill Tower

Also conveniently located at Weatogue Station partially because of the drill ground's proximity, are the Chief of Training's office, our certified air-fill station for the filling of self-contained breathing apparatus bottles, and our SCBA maintenance and repair shop.


station apparatus

The regular apparatus assignment for Weatogue Station is Engine 5, Hazmat 33, Marine 1 and Utility 10, although other pieces may be assigned during scheduled rotations and maintenance. To learn more about an apparatus, click on its photograph.

Engine 5
HazMat 33
Marine 1
Utility 10

Officers & Engineers

Captain Badge
Lieutenant Ryan Esthus
Engineer Austin Grandhal
Engineer Alex Bailey HazMat 33

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