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The Bourne Fire Department was established in 1925..........It serves the Town of Bourne, Massachusetts, USA...........Providing fire and ems service to a population of 19,754 in an area of 41.02 square miles............The fire department operates from 4 fire stations.........3 stations are sfattfed 24 hours a day while the 4th is a call station only...........There are 4 shifts of 11 personnel with a minimum staffing level of 9 per shift working 24 hour shifts.........Bourne responded to 4,376 incidents in 2013.......The 6th busiest department on the Cape in 2013..........

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Bourne Fire Department
51 Meetinghouse Lane
Sagamore, MA  02561
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Emergency 911
Emergency 508-759-4411
Business     508-759-4412
Business     508-759-0600
FAX            508-759-9585
Dispatch     508-563-4201
 
Radio          33.64   114.8
800 Talk     37296
Fire Alarm  KNAW 393
Dispatched by BSO

Chief  Norman "Spanky" Sylvester Jr (2015)

Bourne, Massachusetts
Barnstable County
Upper Cape Cod Region

Established 1925
4 Fire Stations    
23 Apparatus
54 Personnel  45 Career 9 Call
Units 120-149

Area             41.02 Square Miles
Population    19,754  (2010)
Density         481 per sq mile

Fire            
EMS        
Total        4,706
  
(2016 Stats)

Sta.1    Sta.2
Sta.3    Sta.4

5 Engines
1 Tower
3 Brush
4 Ambs
6 Cars
3 Misc

  Bourne Fire Department Website

Total Personnel:  54

Career Personnel: 45
(1) Fire Chief
(4) Shift Deputy Chiefs
(8) Shift Lieutenants
(36) Firefighters
(0) Lt Fire Prev.
(1) Admin Asst

Including:
(40) Paramedics,
(0) EMT-I,
(5) EMTs,
(0) First Responders.

IAFF:
Local 1717.
Personnel are civil service

Staffing:
There are 4 groups of (11) personnel, with a minimum of (9) working per shift.
Each group works an 8 day 42 hour week comprised of (2) 24 hour shifts 0800-0800.
The work week is 24on, 24off, 24on, and 5 days off......(1-1-1-5)
NOTE: Headquarters offices moved from Station 1 to Station 3 in 2017
Station staffing is now: (4) Station 1, (0) Station 2, (4) Station 3, (3) Station 4
Minimum Staffing:        (3) Station 1, (0) Station 2, (3) Station 3, (3) Station 4

Station staffing was:      (5) Station 1, (0) Station 2, (3) Station 3, (3) Station 4
The minimum staffing is (4) Station 1, (0) Station 2, (2) Station 3, (3) Station 4

Dispatch by:
Barnstable Sheriff's Department dispatchers.

Stations:
Station 1 staffing is (1) Lieut, (3) FFs           / Min (1) Lt, (2) FFs
Station 2 staffing is (0) Call station only
Station 3 staffing is (1) Deputy, (3) FFs        /Min (1) Officer, (2) FFs
Station 4 staffing is (1) Lieut, (2) FFs           /Min (1) Lt, (2) FFs

Officers:
Fire Chief Norman "Spanky" Sylvester Jr (P) (Car 141) (Mar 2015)
Admin Asst Kimberly Griffin
 
Group 1: Deputy David Pelonzi (P)           
               Lt Ryan Haden (P)
               Lt Jason Silva (P)
Group 2: Deputy Paul Weeks
               Lt Brandon Ferro (P)
               Lt Phillip Tura (P)
Group 3: Deputy Joseph Carrara (P)
               Lt Richard Emberg   (P)
               Lt Shawn Silva  (P)       
Group 4: Deputy David Cody (P)     
               Lt Penny Eldridge (P)
               Lt Mike Mahoney  (P)
         


Call Personnel:9
(9) Call personnel     
(9) First Responders

 

 

 

 

  Previous Department Patch

  Former Mailing Address: 130 Main Street, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532

 

Updated 03/12/17

Bourne Police Department 

Bourne Police Department
175 Main Street, Buzzards bay, MA 02532


Emergency 911   Emergency 508-759-4451
Business  508-759-4420   Fax  508-759-0603

Police Chief Dennis R. Woodside 2011  (Y-6)

 


Bourne Information


Incorporated as a town: 1884
(Originally part of Sandwich incorporated in 1639)

Town Of Bourne Website

City/Town Name:

Town of Bourne
2010 Population: 19,754
2000 Population: 18,007
1990 Population: 16,064
Registered Voters: 13,189
2013 School Enrollments: 2,309
Population Over 65: 2,386
Square Miles: 41.02
Public Road Miles: 190.61
Income Per Capita: $27,261
Median Family Income: $38,408
EQV Per Capita: $223,920
Avg. Tax Bill: $3,680
Residential Tax Rate: $9.00
Commercial Tax Rate: $9.00
Operating Budget: $71,724,620

Massachusetts Municipal Association

City/Town Name: Town of Bourne
Community Profiles: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/cc/bourne.html
City/Town Hall Address: 24 Perry Ave.
City/Town: Bourne
State: MA
Zip Code: 02532
Business Hours: 8:30 a.m.­4:30 p.m. (Mon­Fri)
County: Barnstable
World Wide Web Address: http://www.townofbourne.com
Area Code: 508
Main Telephone: 759-0600
Main Fax: 759-8026
TTY/TDD:
Police Department: 759-4451
Fire Department: 759-4412
Public Works: 759-0640
Planning: 759-0627
Schools: 759-0660
Library: 759-0644
Town Clerk: 759-0613
City Council:
Board of Selectmen: 759-0600
City Clerk:

MMA Community Profile

Added Jan 6, 2002
Updated January 30, 2014

 

 


Bourne Fire Department History

* Fire Department Organization
* Fire Chiefs
* Fire Station History
* Fire Apparatus History
* Major Fires & Incidents History
* Run Stats History
 

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION

The following is taken from a Oct 1939 newspaper account of the Bourne Fire Department:

    The first fire apparatus in Bourne came as the result of the "Progressive Society" in the various villages of the town. The Buzzards Bay P.S. apparently purchased the first firefighting equipment in the early 1900's.  A "Club house" was established at the Cohasset Hall on Main Street, Buzzards Bay. 
     In 1907, there was a combination hook & ladder as well as a chemical engine (of some variety).
     By 1922, horse drawn apparatus was "obsolete" and a Ford/American LaFrance pumper and 2nd chemical truck was purchased. 
    Articles of "Incorporation" were developed in Aug 1922 making Mr. Johnson the first Fire Chief. 
     In March 1925, the first Board of Engineers meeting was held.  At that time, 2 engines were bought for $1500. At this point there were engines in Buzzards Bay, Monument Beach, and Sagamore. 
      In 1931 the Cohasset Hall burned.  In 1932 the Buzzards Bay Fire Station was built on its present site.  In March 1932 the town of Bourne accepted MGL.ch.48, 42, 43 for governing fire dept. 
     In 1939 there were 6 fulltime and 73 call personnel with 10 trucks in service.  Buzzards bay had Eng 1, Eng 7, Hose 1, Ladder 1.  Monument Beach had Eng 2, Eng 3, and the Fire Patrol.  Sagamore had Eng 4.  Pocasset had Engine 5.  In 1938 the first radios were installed. 
     The Fire Chief between 1932-1936 was Chief Taylor.  Chief Wallace served from 1936-1956.  Deputy Chief Thomas J Philbrick served from 1932-1963.

     In July 1991, Bourne Fire Department faced a major budgetary deficit and  12 of 36 fulltime fire fighters were laid off.  This resulted in the closing of two staffed fire houses and eliminated ambulance coverage south of the Cape Cod Canal.  Attempts to restore funding failed for several years until 1994 when sufficient personnel were hired to once again staff the Pocasset Station.

 

FIRE CHIEFS

 

FIRE STATIONS HISTORY

 

FIRE APPARATUS HISTORY

 

Early 1980s Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Buzzards Bay
C-1           121   Fire Chief Car
C-2           137   Deputy Fire Chief
Engine 1   131   1972 Maxim F 1000/500 Pumper (red)
Engine 6   126   1975 Maxim F 1000/750 Pumper (Jaws) (red)
Ladder 1   132   1973 Farrar / Grove 85' Aerial Ladder (red)
Breaker 8  128   1967 Kaiser Mil 6x6 / 1975 T Young 500/1500 Brush Breaker (red)
Rescue 1   134    1982 Ford / Yankee Coach Type III Ambulance (EMS 304) (white/red)
A-1           120    1983 Chevy Pickup Duty Officer (yellow)
A-2           136    1954 Jeep 4x4 125 gal brush truck "Tinker Bell" (red)
C-3           133    Bourne CD Truck (white)
Boat 1                 16' Boston Whaler
Ice Boat               Ice Boat

Station 2 - Monument Beach
Engine 3    123    1962 Ford / Maxim 750/500 Pumper (red)
Breaker 7  127    1944 Chevy 4x4 250/600 Brush Breaker (red)

Station 3 - North  Sagamore  (rotary circle)
Engine 2    122     1968 Maxim S 750/500 Pumper
Engine 4    124     1979 Ford / Pierce 250/300 Mini Pumper (yellow)

Station 4 - Pocasset
Engine 5    125     1980 Ford C / Pierce 1000/500 Pumper (yellow/white)
Breaker 10 130    1953 International Mil 6x6 / 1977 T Young 500/1000 Brush Breaker (red)
Rescue 2    135     1978 Chevy / Providence Body Type I Ambulance (EMS 305) (white/orange)

 

1992 Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Buzzards Bay
Car 1           121    1984 Chevy Impala Fire Chief Robert Eldridge
Car 2           121A  1988 Ford LTD Deputy Car
Car 3           120    1983 Chevy 4x4 Pickup Truck Duty Officer (red/white)
Engine 1      131    1987 Pierce Arrow 1250/750/50 Pumper (Jaws) (red/white)
Engine 5      125     1975 Maxim F 1000/750 Pumper
Ladder 1      132     1973 Farrar / Grove 85' Aerial Ladder Truck (1990 Murphy refurb) (r/w)
Breaker 8    128     1967 (1975) Kaiser Mil 6x6 -/1500 Brush Breaker (red)
Rescue 1     134     1990 Ford / Wheeled Coach Type I Ambulance (EMS 304)
Rescue 2     135     1984 Chevy / Frontline Type I Ambulance (EMS 305)

Station 2 - Monument Beach
Engine 2      122     1968 Maxim S 750/500 Pumper
Breaker 9     129     1952 Reo Mil 6x6 / 1986 T Young 150/750 Brush Breaker (red/white)
Boat                        17' Boston Whaler
Ice Boat                   Ice Sled

Station 3 - North Sagamore  (rotary circle)
Engine 3       123     1980 Ford CO / Pierce 1000/500 Pumper (yellow/white)
Rescue 3       136     1986 Ford / Frontline Type I Ambulance (EMS 306)
Haz Mat        137     1989 Chevy / Hesse Mass Dist 1 Haz Mat Truck

Station 4 - Pocasset
Engine 4        124     1972 Maxim F 1000/500 Pumper
Squad 1         123A   1979 Ford / E-One 250/300 Mini Pumper

 

 

MAJOR FIRES & INCIDENTS HISTORY

Major Fires and Incidents
1981 - Dec 22 - One cadet was filled and others injured during a multiple alarm fire aboard the 532 foot Massachusetts Maritime Academy ship "Bay State."  Mutual aid operated for several hours to contain the below decks fire.
1988 - Sept - Two people were killed in an accident involving an 18 wheeler and several vehicles at the north approach to the Bourne Bridge.  Fires and numerous injuries resulted.
1990 - Jan - Three were killed in a headon MVA at the southern approach to the Sagamore Bridge.
1991 - April 1 - The China Bay Chinese restaurant was destroyed by a 4 alarm fire at 0030 hrs.
The fire at the east end rotary in Buzzards Bay was spectacular and required extensive mutual aid.
1993 - Aug 25 - The former Sagamore Lumber yard on Freighthouse Road, South Sagamore, was destroyed in a 3 alarm fire at 0118 hrs.  Six towns assisted Bourne FD as they protected a 30,000 and (2) 18,000 gallon propane gas tanks exposed to the fire.
1994 - Nov 27 - A huge 100 year old mansion at the end of Monument Neck Road in Monument Beach was destroyed in a spectacular fire at 1531 hrs. Efforts were hampered by water supply problems, access, and the size of the waterfront house.
1994 - Nov 28 - A mother and child were killed in a headon MVA on Bourne Scenic Highway.

 

INCIDENT HISTORY - RUN STATS

Incidents History
Year          Fire       EMS         Total
1960
1970
1975
1980          589       1,037        1,626
1985         
1990          710       1,218        1,928
1992          668       1,085        1,753
1993          760       1,253        2,013
1994          802       1,563        2,365
1995 
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000                                        2,939
2001                                        3,005
2002           933      2123         3,056
2003                                        3,330
2004                                        3,444
2005                                        3,567
2006                                        3,487
2007                                        3,579
2008                                        3,555
2009                                        3,696
2010                                        3,729
2011                                        3,731
2012                                        4,043
2013                                        4,376
2014                                        4,686
2015                                        4,931
2016                                        4,706

 

 

03/12/17

 
 
 
 

 


Bourne Radio

Bourne Fire Radio Call Sign...............KNAW 393.........."Bourne Fire"
Bourne Dispatch ID.............................Bourne Fire Alarm
Bourne Fire Frequency........................33.64 Mhz..............PL 114.8
Bourne County Frequency...................33.70 Mhz...............PL 114.8
Bourne Fire 800 Talkgroup..................37296....................Simulcast 33.64
Bourne Radio Tone Test......................1745 Hours
Bourne Apparatus Numbers.................120-149
Bourne FD Old Call Sign.....................KCD 497...............No longer used
Dispatched by......................................Barnstable Sheriff's Department

Bourne Police Radio Call Sign............KCA 375..............County Callsign
Bourne Police Dispatch ID..................WNIW 407..........."Bourne Police"
Bourne Police Frequency.....................851.1625 Mhz.......Conventional 800
Bourne Police Old Freq.......................155.520 Mhz.........Old Ch.4
Bourne Police County Freq..................155.565 Mhz........ Old Ch.1
Bourne Police 800 Trunk Group...........38128...................Not utilized
Bourne Police 800 County Group.........36496...................County Talkgroup
Bourne Police Unit IDs........................."Y" Cars

Bourne Water District..........................46.52
Bourne Water District..........................47.74
Bourne Water District..........................451.4625
Buzzards Bay Water District................46.52
Buzzards Bay Water District................453.9375
Buzzards Bay Water District................46.52

 


Bourne Station Apparatus Assignments

Station 1........Buzzards Bay
Engine 123......2001 HME/Smeal 1250/750/30/20 Pumper-Heavy Rescue Jaws
Engine 125......1995 International / E-One 1250/750/25 Pumper (formerly 124)
Breaker 127....1974 (2001) AM General 2.5 ton 6x6 150/400 Brush Breaker
Ambulance 134.....2013
GMC / Horton Type III Ambulance (EMS 304)
Ambulance 136.....2016 International TerraStar / Line Line Type I Ambulance (EMS 306
Car 143..........2011 Chevy Silverado 4x4 Duty Lieut Pickup
Car 147..........2005 Ford LTD Car
Boat 130.........2007 Edgewater 18' Rescue Boat
Boat 131........ 2002 Quick Silver 14' Inflatable / 25 hp Mercury Rescue Boat

Station 2........Monument Beach
Engine 122......1994 International / E-One 1250/750 Pumper
Breaker 128....1959/91 (2012) Kaiser Mil/2002 Greenwood 300/1100 Breaker

Ice................. 1970s Ray Ice Sled

Station 3........Sagamore  (Now Headquarters - 2017)
Engine 121......2013 E-One Typhoon 1250/750/30 Pumper-Heavy Rescue Jaws / ALS
Tower 126......2006 American LaFrance 2000/300  100' Aerial Tower
Breaker 129....1996 (2013) AM General Mil 5 ton / FireOne 250/680 Brush Breaker
Ambulance 135.....2007 Ford E350 / Horton Type III Ambulance (EMS 305)
Car 141..........2013 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 SUV Fire Chief Car
Car 142..........2014 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 SUV Deputy Chief Car

Car 144..........2008 Chevy Tahoe 4x4 SUV
Haz Mat 12.....2015 Spartan CF / Hackney Mass Haz Mat ORU-12
Spec Haz........ 2003 Avenger 20' Trailer Special Hazards / Air Cascade
DEP.................2005 Wells Cargo 20' Spill Control Trailer DEP
 

Station 4........Pocasset
Engine 124......2002 Emergency One Typhoon 1250/750 Pumper - Heavy Rescue Jaws
Ambulance 133.....2006 Ford E450 / Horton Type III Ambulance (EMS 303)




03/12/17

 

 


Bourne Sample Run Cards
(As listed at BCC 1-16-2002)

 

 

BOURNE  FIRE                                                                 (CCFD Updated 8/2010) 

 
 

 

DIST 1 N STRUCTURE  - 1 NORTH   COVERAGE
1ST E121-E125-E123-LT126-A134-C141   BB-E122 
WF ON E1 RIT        BB-E122  SG-PL E6  PO-E410
2ND E122-PL E6-ON L1-ON C1-C229-S-39   BB-WA E4  BB-WA EMS  SG-E451
3RD WA E4-E410-LT450-WA EMS-C441   BB-PL E4  PO-E23  SA-E452  NF-E355
4TH PL E4-E451-WA L1-WA C1    BB-E23  BB-PL EMS  SG-PL E3  PO-E355  PL6-E5
5TH E23-PL E3-E355-PL C1      BB-E24  SG-E452  PO-E351  SA-E294  NF-E25  MA-E263 
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS ONSET-SAND-WARE-FAL  
BREAKERS ON-B6-PL-B5-WA-SA-MMR  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS WA-SA-MMR-PL-WB-RO  
AMBS WA-SA1-PL6-FA3-WA-SA-FA-MA-MA  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 


 

DIST 1 S STRUCTURE  - 1 SOUTH   COVERAGE
1ST E121-E122-E124-LT126-A133-C141    
WF E410 RIT   BB-ON E1  PO-E23  NF-E24
2ND E125-E23-ON E1-LT450-ON C1-C229   BB-E123  BB-ON E2  BB-WA EMS  SG-PL E6     PO-E355  ON-WA E4
3RD E123-E355-ON E2-LT356-WA EMS-C441    BB-WA E4  PO-E24  NF-E25  MA-E263 
ON-WA E1
4TH WA E4-E24-C11    BB-PL E4  BB-PL EMS  PO-E453  FO-E305 
MM-E30
6
5TH PL E4-E453-E25-C401     BB-PL E6  SG-PL E3  PO-E305  NF-E263 
ES-E294
  MA-E306  MM-E303
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS ONSET-SAND-FAL-MASH  
BREAKERS MMR-FA-SA-ON-B6-MMR-WA-MA-WB-WA  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-SA-WA-WB  
AMBS SA-FA-WA-MA-FA-SA-MA-FA-WA-WB-CT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





 

DIST 2 STRUCTURE     COVERAGE
1ST E121-E122-E124-LT126-A133-C141    
WF E410 RIT      BB-ON E1  PO-E23  NF-E24
2ND E125-E23-ON E1-LT450-ON C1-C229   BB-E123  BB-ON E2  BB-WA EMS  SG-PL E6
PO-E355  ON-WA E4
3RD E123-E355-ON E2-LT356-WA EMS-C441   BB-WA E4  PO-E24  NF-E25  MA-E263 
ON-WA E1
4TH WA E4-E24-C11    BB-PL E4  BB-PL EMS  PO-E453  FO-E305 
MM-E30
6
5TH PL E4-E453-E25-C401      BB-PL E6  SG-PL E3  PO-E305  NF-E263  FO-E294  MA-E306  MM-E303
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS ONSET-SAND-FAL-MASH  
BREAKERS  MMR-FA-SA-ON-B6-MMR-WA-MA-WB-WA  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-SA-WA-WB  
AMBS FA-SA-WA-MA-FA-SA-MA-FA-WA-WB-CT  
         


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

DIST 3 N STRUCTURE  - 3 NORTH   COVERAGE
1ST E123-E121-E125-LT126-A134-C141   SG-E122 
WF PL E6 RIT    BB-ON E1  PO-E410
2ND E122-ON E1-LT450-C441-C229-S-39       BB-ON L1  BB-WA E4  SG-PL E3  PL6-E5
3RD PL E3-WA E4-ON L1-PL EMS-ON C1   BB-E410  BB-WA EMS  SG-E451  PO-E23 
SA-E452  NF-E24  ON-WA E1
4TH E451-E410-PL L2-PL C1     BB-E23  SG-E452  PO-E355  SA-E294  PL5-E1
5TH E452-E23-PL E5-C401     BB-E355  SG-E294  PO-E24  SA-E453  FO-E263    NF-E25   PL6-E4
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS SAND-ONSET-PLYM-WARE  
BREAKERS B6-SA-PL-MMR-SA-ON-WB-PL-WA-FA-CE  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS SA-PL-WA-WB-MMR-MA  
AMBS PL-SA-WA-PL-SA-WB-MA-WA-BA  
         


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 3 S

STRUCTURE  - 3 SOUTH

 

COVERAGE

1ST

E123-E121-LT126-A134-C141-E451

 

BB-122 

WF

 

 

BB-E122  SG-PL E6  PO-E23  SA-E453  FO-E410  NF-E24

2ND

E122-PL E6-LT450-C441-C229 -S39

 

BB-ON E1  BB-WA EMS  SG-PL E3  SA-E410 
FO-E263  PL6-E4

3RD

E410-PL E3-ON L1-PL EMS-ON C1

 

BB-WA E4  SG-ON E1  SA-E294  ON-WA E1

4TH

ON E1-E294-LT356-PL C1  

 

BB-WA E1  SG-WA E4  SA-E263  FO-E305 
MM-E306

5TH

 WA E4-E263-E23-C401   

 

BB-WA E1  SG-PL E4  PO-E24  SA-E305  FO-E306  MM-E303  NF-E25  PL6-E5  PL5-E1

       
 

SPECIAL CALLS

   

LADDERS

SAND-ONSET-WB-MASH 

 

BREAKERS

SA-B6--MMR-WB-PL-ON-WA-CE-MA-FA

 

FORESTRY

 

 

TANKERS

SA-WB-MMR-WA-PL

 

AMBS

SA-WA-PL-SA-WB-MA-BA-FA

 
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






  
 

DIST 4 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E124-E121-LT126-E122-A133-C141   BB-E123
WF E410 RIT  (T414-ET296 Wings Neck NON HYD areas)     BB-E123  BB-ON E1  SG-PL E6  PO-E23  NF-E24 
2ND E125-E23-ON E1-LT356-C11-C229 -S39   BB-E123  BB-ON E2  BB-WA EMS  PO-E453 
FO-LT450 SA-E452  ON-WA E4
3RD E453-E24-LT450-WA EMS-C441    BB-E123  BB-PL EMS  PO-E355  MA-E265 
FO-E305  MM-E306  NF-E25
4TH E355-ON E2-L26-ON C1   BB-E123 BB-PL E4  PO-E305  FO-E294  WB-E205 (NON HYD)
5TH E305-E294-E25-C401   BB-E123 BB=PL E6  SG-PL E3  PO-PL E4  NF-E265  FO-ET296 WB-E205  PL6-E5  FO-E205 (nh) 
WB-E202 (nh)  BA-E43 (nh)
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS FAL-MASH-SAND-ONSET-COMM   
BREAKERS FA-MMR-SA-B6-MA-FA-ON-CT-SA-WA   
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-WB-SA-WA   
AMBS FA-SA-MA-WA-FA-CT-SA-CE-MA   
         


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 5 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E124-E121-LT126-E122-C141   BB-E123
WF E410 RIT (T414-ET296 NON HYD)    BB-E123  BB-ON E1  SG-PL E6  PO-E23  NF-E24
2ND E125-E23-ON E1-LT356-C11-C229-S39         BB-E123  BB-ON E2  BB-WA EMS  PO-E453 
FO-LT450 SA-E452  ON-WA E4
3RD E453-E24-LT450-WA EMS -C441   BB-E123  BB-PL EMS  PO-E355  MA-E265 
FO-E305  MM-E306  NF-E25
4TH E355-ON E2-L26-ON C1        BB-E123  BB-PL E4  PO-E305  FO-E294 
WB-E205 (nh areas)
5TH E305-E294-E25-C401      BB-E123  BB-PL E6  SG-PL E3  PO-PL E4  NF-E265  FO-ET296  WB-E205  PL6-E5  FO-E205 (nh) 
WB-E202 (nh) BA-E43 (nh)
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS FAL-MASH-SAND-ONSET-COMM  
BREAKERS  FA-MMR-SA-B6-MA-FA-ON-CT-SA-WA  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-WB-SA-WA  
AMBS FA-SA-MA-WA-FA-CT-SA-CE-MA  
         



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 6 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E124-LT126-A133-C141-E410-E406-C401    
WF E122 RIT           BB-          PO-E23   NF-E24  MMR-E453  FO-E451
2ND E23-E453-LT356-C229      BB-E123   BB-ON E1  BB-WA EMS  SG-PL E6   PO-E121  MMR-E451  FO-LT450  SA-E452 
ES-E294
3RD E121-E451-LT450-WA EMS-C441-S39    BB-E123  BB-ON E2  BB-PL EMS  PO-ON E1 
MMR-E355  MA-E265 SA-E452  FO-E305 
MM-E306  ON-WA E4
4TH ON E1-E355-L26-C11   BB-E123 BB-PL E4  PO-ON E2  MMR-E305 
SA-E452  FO-E294  ES-ET296    WB-E205
5TH ON E2-E305-E265-C371    BB-E123  BB-P E4  PO-E24  MMR-E294  NF-E25  FO-ET296  MA-E306  MM-E822
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS MASH-SAN-FAL-ONSET-COMM   
BREAKERS MMR-FA-MA-SA-MMR-FA-MA-SA-ON-CT  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-SA-WB   
AMBS MMR-SA-MA-FA-SA-MA-FA-WA-CT-CE   
         





























 





 

 
Note:  The run cards above are a partial listing provided for quick reference only.  Additional coverage assignments for other fire departments were left off for simplicity purposes.  These run cards are in effect as of the date posted with them.  It is interesting to use the run cards to track and compare the flow of apparatus to fires in various parts of town.  It is important to remember that these cards reflect resources available when they were written.  Additional apparatus, changes in station assignments, staffing issues, and individual department policies may have changed since these cards were written.  This may  have an effect on the actual apparatus response to incidents when they occur.