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The Falmouth Fire Department was established in 1897................ Falmouth Fire Department protects 31,531 citizens within 44.52 square miles...............Falmouth operates from 5 staffed fire stations with a shift strength of 14 personnel, a minimum of 10 per shift..............Falmouth responded to 6,280 incidents in 2013..............

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Falmouth Fire Department
399 Main Street
Falmouth, MA  02540
Departments
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Apparatus
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Personnel
Radio
Run Cards
History
News
Community
Emergency 911
Emergency 508-548-2323
Business     508-495-2500
FAX            508-495-2519
Dispatch     508-495-2501
Radio          33.78   114.8
800 Talk     37552
Fire Alarm  KCD 244
Dispatch by Falmouth FD

Fire Chief Michael Small   (June 2016)

Falmouth, Massachusetts
Barnstable County
Upper Cape Cod Region

Established 1897
5 Fire Stations     33 Apparatus
75 Personnel  72 Career  3 Call
Apparatus 10-39

Area             44.52 Square Miles
Population    31,531   (2010)
Density        713 per sq mile

Fire              
EMS           
Total        7,625
  
(2016 stats)

Sta.1    Sta.2
Sta.3    Sta.4
Sta.5             

6 Engines
1 Ladder
3 Brush
5 Ambs
11 Cars
8 Misc

  Falmouth Fire Department Website

Total Personnel: 78

Career Personnel: 75
(1) Fire Chief
(2) Deputy Chiefs
(4) Shift Captains
(4) Shift Lieutenants
(49) Firefighters
(3) Fire Prevention Officers
(1) EMS Officer
(2) Mechanics
(1) Fire Alarm Superintendent
(3) Fulltime Dispatchers
(3) Part-time Dispatchers
(2) Admin Secs

Including:
(42) Paramedics,
(0) EMT-I,
(20) EMTs,
(   ) First Responders

IAFF: Local 1397. Personnel are civil service.

Staffing:
There are 4 groups of (14) personnel, with a minimum of (10) working per shift.
Each group works an 8 day 42 hour week comprised of (2) 24 hour days 0800-0800 
The work week is (1) On, (1) Off, (1) On, (5) days off......(1-1-1-5)
(Switched to 24 hour shifts Mar 3, 2002).
Station staffing is as follows: (7) Station 1, (2) Station 2, (2) Station 3, (1) Station 4, (2) Sta.5 
The minimum staffing is (4) Station 1, (1) Station 2, (2) Station 3, (1) Station 4, (2) Station 5 

Dispatched By:
NEW: End of Jan 2017 - Dispatch by Falmouth Consolidated Communications Center (Police-Fire-EMS) at the Falmouth Police Station 750 Main St, Falmouth..

Previously dispatched by Falmouth Fire Department civilian dispatchers.
(3) fulltime working (8) hour shifts, and (3) part-time.

Stations:
Station 1 staffing is (1) Captain, (1) Lieut., (5) FFs, (1) Civ.Dispatcher
Station 2 staffing is (2) FFs
Station 3 staffing is (2) FFs
Station 4 staffing is (2) FF (1) if less than 15 man shift
Station 5 staffing is (2) FFs

Officers
Fire Chief Michael Small  (Car 11) (Acting Jan 15, 2016)/Official June 8, 2016)
Deputy Chief Timothy Smith (P) (Acting Nov 2012 & Deputy 4/2014)
Deputy Chief Scott Thrasher (Acting Feb 2016 / Official June 2016)

Group 1: Captain Robert T Bergeron Jr (P)    Lieut Ann Bartos   (P)
Group 2: Captain Gregg Clements                   Lieut. Jeffery Waggett (P)
Group 3: Captain Bruce Girouard (P)             Lieut. Scott Starbard
Group 4: Captain Chad Absten (P)                  Lieut. Terry Rogers 

Fire Prevention Officer: Lt Melvin Trott
Fire Inspectors: Boyd Demello, Michael Metell
EMS Officer Lt Craig O'Malley (P) (2012)

Note:
Deputy Chief Glen Rogers left to become Fire Chief in Manchester by the Sea, MA Oct 2012.

Fire Chief Mark Sullivan served Acting Oct 2010, Chief Sept, 2011 to Jan 15, 2016
Deputy Chief Michael F Small  (P) (Acting10/2010 & Deputy 9/2011)


Call Personnel:0
(0) Call personnel     
Falmouth FD disbanded the Call department Spring 2014.

Updated 03/12/17

FALMOUTH POLICE WEBSITE
 

Falmouth Police Department
750 Main Street, Falmouth, MA 02540

Emergency 911   Emergency 508-548-1212
Business  508-457-2527   Fax 508-457-2566

Police Chief Edward Dunne (Oscar 1) 2014
Replaced Anthony Riello  (Oscar 1 )

Falmouth Police Department


 


Falmouth Information


Incorporated as a town 1689

Town of Falmouth Website

City/Town Name: Town of Falmouth
2010 Population: 31,531
2000 Population: 31,431
1990 Population: 27,960
Registered Voters: 26,038
2000 School Enrollments: 3,739
Population Over 65: 5,271
Square Miles: 44.52
Public Road Miles: 346.67
Income Per Capita: $30119
Median Family Income: $40,655
EQV Per Capita: $363,981
Avg. Tax Bill: $3,789
Residential Tax Rate: $8.00
Commercial Tax Rate: $8.00
Operating Budget: $121,734,231

Massachusetts Municipal Association

City/Town Name: Town of Falmouth
Community Profiles: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/cc/falmouth.html
City/Town Hall Address: 59 Town Hall Square
City/Town: Falmouth
State: MA
Zip Code: 02540
Business Hours: 8 a.m.4:30 p.m. (Mon-Fri)
County: Barnstable
World Wide Web Address: http://www.falmouthmass.us/index.php
Area Code: 508
Main Telephone: 548-7611
Main Fax: 457-2511
TTY/TDD:
Police Department: 457-2537
Fire Department: 457-2538
Public Works: 548-7611
Planning:
Schools: 548-0151
Library: 457-2537
Town Clerk: 548-7611
City Council:
Board of Selectmen: 548-7611
City Clerk:

MMA Community Profile

Added Jan 6, 2002
Updated January 31, 2014

 


Fire Department History

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

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION

Before a Fire Department
The Falmouth Fire Department history dates back to the late 1800's.  Prior to 1897, people within the villages of Falmouth banded together and brought buckets, brooms, and other tools to the call of fire.  Efforts were disorganized and ultimately fairly ineffective in many cases, with fires easily destroying structures and property. 

Fire Department Organized 1897
In 1897, the town of Falmouth allocated $700 for a "minimal fire department."  The town purchased a hand drawn chemical unit and a hand drawn ladder unit. Hoses and badges were also purchased.  By 1899, hose reels were placed in rented sheds in Falmouth center, Woods Hole, and West Falmouth.  Also in 1899, significant development and expansion of a water department occurred.  Call fire department membership developed in each of the villages with many prominent members of the community joining the new department. 

Original Fire Department
A volunteers chief commanded the department.  Companies organized in town included:
No.1 in Teaticket (1897),
No.2 in East Village (1897),
No.3 West Village (1897),
No.4 Quissett (1902),
No.5 Woods Hole (1899),
No.6 West Falmouth (1904),
No.7 Falmouth Heights (1904),
No.8 East Falmouth (1907),
No.9 North Falmouth (1907),
Chem 1 Waquoit (1913).

The hand  drawn hose reels were limited in response due to the large areas that were involved.  In 1918, a New England Insurance Exchange study of Falmouth's fire and water departments recommended several improvements including hiring a fulltime fire chief, full-time firefighters, motorized fire apparatus, and other improvements.

Reorganization 1919
In 1919, Ray D. Wells was hired as the first fulltime fire chief serving 36 years as chief until 1955. The department was reorganized, companies consolidated or eliminated, and fire stations built in the villages. Hand drawn apparatus was retired and the department was motorized in the early 1920s.. The Falmouth Headquarters was built on Main Street in 1929. A telegraph type fire alarm system was installed with call boxes distributed around town providing a "modern" alarm system. 

Rescue Squad 1928
In 1928, Falmouth FD developed a "rescue squad" with a station wagon staffed by 1 fireman and some first aid equipment.  Patients could not be transported until a doctor came to the scene.  They were then transported to Wareham's Tobey Hospital, a trip of over 30 minutes.  Falmouth got its own hospital in 1962, greatly improving care for Falmouth residents.  EMT training began in 1973 with the founding of the Cape's EMS system and a grant by Johnson and Johnson Foundation.  Paramedics and modern rescue equipment followed.

 

FIRE CHIEFS

 

FIRE STATIONS HISTORY

 

FIRE APPARATUS HISTORY

 

1975 Apparatus
Engine 1
Engine 2
Engine 3
Engine 4
Engine 5
Ladder 1
Ladder 2
Breaker
Breaker
Breaker
Tanker 1
Rescue
Rescue  

 

Early 1980s Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Falmouth Center

31             Car 31           Fire Chief James Rogers
31A          Car 31A        Deputy Chief Clifford Ameral
31B          Car 31B         Deputy Chief Russell Robbins
31C          Car 31C         Deputy Duty Car
21             Eng 21           1979 Maxim F 1250/500 (lime)
26             Ladd 26         1969 American LaFrance 100' Aerial Ladder Truck (Jaws)  (red)
20             Truck 20        1976 Dodge / Continental 60/300 brush breaker (red)
39             Rescue 39      1979 Ford / Custom EVF Type III Ambulance (EMS 313) (white/orange)
28             Truck 28        1981 Chevy 4x4 Pickup Duty Officer
28A          Car 28A         Fire Inspector R Garnue
28B          Car 28B         Fire Inspector Crocker
Boat         Boat               16' Boston Whaler

Station 2 - Woods Hole
22              Eng 22          1962 Maxim S open 1000/500 Pumper (red)
27              Ladd 27        1938 Maxim S open 250/90 City Service Ladder (red)
27A           Truck 27A    1955 Dodge PW Lighting Plant  (red)
27B           Truck 27B     1927 Ahrens Fox 1000gpm Antique (red)

Station 3 - North Falmouth
23              Eng 23          1981 Hendrickson / Continental 1250/1000 Pumper (red) 
15              Truck 15       1971 International / Thibault 500/1000 Brush Breaker (red)

Station 4 - West Falmouth
24              Eng 24          1961 Maxim S open 1000/500 Pumper (red)

Station 5 - East Falmouth
25              Eng 25           1963 Maxim S 1000/1000 Pumper (red)
32              Eng 32           1956 Maxim S open 750/300 Pumper Reserve (lime)    
35              Tank 35         1965 International / Maxim 350/1000 Tanker (red)
30              Truck 30        1982 Ford / Farrar 300/600 Brush Breaker (lime)
37              Rescue 37      1978 Ford / Custom EVF Type III Ambulance (EMS 312) (whte/orge)
38              Rescue 38      1982 Ford / Custom EVF Type III Ambulance (EMS 314) (whte/orge)
29              Truck 29        1981 Chevy Pickup Mechanic (red)
34              Truck 34        1983 Chevy Fire Alarm Bucket Truck  (lime)
36              Car 36            Falmouth CD Truck  (white)
36A           Car 36A         Falmouth CD Director
 

1992 Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Falmouth

31             Car 31             1990 Ford LTD Fire Chief George Packish  (maroon)
31A          Car 31A           Deputy Charles Clarkin
31B          Car 31B           Deputy Paul Broduer
31C          Car 31C           1987 Ford LTD Deputy Duty Car (red/white)
21             Engine 21        1989 Ford C / E-One 1250/500 Pumper  (red/white)
32             Engine 32        1981 Hendrickson / Continental 1250/1000 Pumper (lime)
20             Truck 20          1976 Dodge / Continental 250/300 Brush Breaker (red)
36             Rescue 36        1987 Ford CO / EVF Heavy Rescue (Jaws) (white/orange)
37             Rescue 37        1987 Ford / EVF Type III Ambulance (EMS 312) (white/orange)
38             Rescue 38        1989 Ford / Excellence Type III Ambulance (EMS 314) (whte/ornge)
27             Truck 27          1988 Ford Pickup Fire Prevention
28             Truck 28          1988 Ford Pickup Duty Officer
34             Truck 34          1991 Ford Fire Alarm Bucket Truck  (red/white)
Boat          Boat                 17 foot Boston Whaler

Station 2 - Woods Hole
22             Engine 22        1979 Maxim F 1250/500 Pumper (lime)
26             Ladder 26        1991 E-One 110' rm Aerial Ladder  (red/white)
E2             Eng 2               1927 Ahrens Fox 1000 gpm Antique  (red)

Station 3 - North Falmouth
23             Engine 23         1987 Ford C / E-One 1250/500 Pumper  (red/white)
15             Breaker 15        1971 International / Thibault 350/1000 Brush Breaker (red)

Station 4 - West Falmouth
24             Engine 24          1987 Ford C / E-One 1250/500 Pumper

Station 5 - East Falmouth
25             Engine 25          1989 Ford C / E-One 1250/500 Pumper
35             Tank 35             1965 International / Maxim 250/1000 Tanker
30             Breaker 30        1982 Ford / Farrar 300/700 Brush Breaker (lime)
39             Rescue 39          1988 Ford / Excellence Type III Ambulance (EMS 313) (whte/ornge)
16             Car 16               1979 International Canteen Truck Falmouth CD
29             Truck  29           1988 Ford Pickup Mechanic

 

 

MAJOR FIRES & INCIDENTS HISTORY

Fires and Incidents in Falmouth:
1947 - October - A general alarm forest fire destroyed over 1,500 acres in Beebe Woods threatened Falmouth center.  
1963 - A general alarm fire destroyed Wood Lumber Company threatening downtown Falmouth with flying brands. 
1967-1968 - An organized arson spree resulted in dozens of working fires.  A 4 month period in 1968 saw 24 working house fires.  Many fires were multiple alarm and often more than one working fire occurred over night.  Most of the structures were vacant and injuries were few, but the damage and fear was extensive.
1986 - The Mirmar Mansion on Church Street in Woods Hole was destroyed by a multiple alarm fire.
1994 - February - The Falmouth Playhouse was destroyed by a 4 am fire.  The unoccupied landmark was 90% involved on arrival and soon collapsed.  Water supply problems and weather conditions added to the destruction of the large wooden building.  Units remained on scene for days.

 

 

INCIDENT HISTORY - RUN STATS

Incident History
Year           Fire           EMS            Total
1950            98            183                281
1960           287           387                674
1970           670           589             1,259
1975           428           930             1,358
1980           833        1,561             2,394
1985           582           800             1,382  (reflects 1/2 year / change to fiscal year)
1990        1,027        2,138             3,165
1992        1,470        1,802             3,272
1993        1,065        2,123             3,188
1994           873        2,395             3,268
1995           906        2,481             3,387
1996        1,088        2,682             3,770
1997        1,196        2,739             3,935
1998        1,237        2,858             4,095
1999        1,079        3,138             4,217
2000                                               4,671    
2001                                               4,773  
2002         1,522       3,913             5,435
2003                                               5,485
2004                                               5,342
2005                                               5,455   
2006                                               5,544                    
2007                                               5,701
2008                                               6,011
2009                                               5,727
2010                                               6,054
2011                                               5,954
2012                                               6,237
2013                                               6,298     
2014                                               6,674
2015                                               6,966
2016                                               7,625                                  
 

 


03/12/17

 
 

 

 


Falmouth Radio

Falmouth Fire Radio Call Sign.............KCD 244.............."Falmouth Fire"
Falmouth Dispatch ID...........................Falmouth Fire Alarm
Falmouth Fire Frequency......................33.78 Mhz..............PL 114.8
Falmouth County Frequency..................33.70 Mhz..............PL 114.8
Falmouth FD Admin 2...........................153.860 Mhz..........PL 110.9
Falmouth FD Admin 2 Callsign............"KNAW 742"........Also shared by Fal Housing
Falmouth Fire 800 Talkgroup...............37552....................Simulcast 33.60
Falmouth Radio Tone Test...................1800 Hours
Falmouth Apparatus Numbers..............10-39
Dispatched by.......................................Falmouth Fire Department Dispatchers

Falmouth Police Radio Call Sign...........KCA 372..............County Callsign
Falmouth Police Radio Call Sign...........WNNP 305..........Callsign
Falmouth Police Dispatch ID................"372"....................."Falmouth Police"
Falmouth Police Frequency...................851.4625 Mhz.......Conventional 800
Falmouth Police Old Freq....................155.640 Mhz.........Old Police Freq
Falmouth Police County Freq...............155.565 Mhz........ Old Ch.1
Falmouth Police 800 Trunk Group........38288...................Not utilized
Falmouth Police 800 County Group......36496...................County Talkgroup
Falmouth Police Unit IDs......................."O" Oscar Cars

Falmouth Water District.........................47.74..................PL 

 


Falmouth Station Apparatus Assignments

Station 1........Falmouth
Engine 21.......2009 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/720/30 Pumper (HR)

Ladder 26......1991 (2004 refurb) E-One 110' rm Aerial Ladder Truck
Breaker 16.....1982 Ford 4x4 / Farrar 300/700 Brush Breaker  (OOS)
Rescue 31......1987 Ford / EVF Heavy Rescue Truck Jaws (was HR35)
Ambulance 37......2007 Freightliner M2 / ALF Medic Master Type I Ambulance (EMS 312)

Car 11...........2013 Ford Interceptor Fire Chief Car
Car 12...........2010 Ford Expedition 4x4 Deputy Chief Car
Car 13...........2016 Ford Interceptor Fire Prevention Car
Car 14...........2016 Ford Interceptor Fire Prevention Car
Truck 27........2008 Ford F250 4x4 Pickup Truck
Car 28...........2013 Ford Expedition 4x4 Duty Officer Vehicle
Car 33...........2016 Ford Interceptor EMS Officer
Med 34..........2014 Ford Expedition Duty Paramedic Vehicle
Dive 30.........1996 (2005) Ford E350 Former B-Bus Dive Rescue Truck (was D35A)
Boat 1............1967 17 Foot Boston Whaler / Mercury 50 hp Rescue Boat
Boat 2............1998 Zodiac 10' / 10 hp Johnson Rescue Boat
Marine 1.........2005 Viking 31' /Honda 150s 350 gpm Fire/Rescue Boat
(Fal. Harbor)
 

Station 2........Woods Hole
Engine 22.......
1996 E-One Cyclone II 1250/750/50 Foam Pumper
Ambulance 39......2003 Freightliner M2 / Aero Medic Master Type I Ambulance (EMS 313)
Haz Mat.........2000 Haz Mat / Pollution Control Trailer
Foam.............1990's Foam Supply Trailer
Ice................. 2001 Hovercraft

Station 3........North Falmouth
Engine 23.......2009 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/720/30 Pumper (HR)
Ambulance
35......2009 International / Lifeline Type I Ambulance (EMS 311)

Station 4........West Falmouth
Engine 24.......1992 (2016) Sutphen 1500/500 Pumper  Jaws

Station 5........East Falmouth
Engine 20....... 1995 International / E-One 1250/750 Pumper  (Spare)
Engine 25....... 2016 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/750/30A Pumper - HR  (Jaw)
Breaker 18......2009 (2010) International/V-Tec 250/750 Brush Breaker 
Ambulance
36......2015 International / Life Line Type I Ambulance (EMS 315)
Ambulance 38......
2003 Freightliner M2 / Aero Medic Master Type I Ambulance (EMS 314)
Truck 19........1991 Ford / Liftall 32' Fire Alarm Bucket Truck
Truck 29........2005 Ford F350 Pickup Truck Mechanic


03/12/17

 

 

 


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

 

FALMOUTH  FIRE                                                      (CCFD Updated 12/13/13)

  
 

DIST 1-2 STRUCTURE     COVERAGE
1ST E21-E22-E24-L26   /H31    
WF     FA-E25, E23   NF-E410   EF-E355 
2ND E23-E25-E410-RC229   FA-E355, R361  NF-E124  EF-E263  PO-E125 MA-E303  MM-E305
3RD E-355-LT356-E124-C141   FA-E263  NF-E122  EF-E303 
PO-E121  BB-ON E1 MA-E453  FO-E452
4TH E263-E303-L307-C371   FA-E122  NF-E121  EF-E453 
MA-E305  MM-ET296
BB-WA E1  PO-ON E1
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS MA-CO-BO-SA-MMR  
BREAKERS MA-MMR-CT-BO-SA-MA-MMR-BO-CO-SA-WB  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MA-MMR-SA-WB  
AMBS MA-BO-CT-CO-SA-BO-CO-SA-HY-WA-HY  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

   

DIST 1-5 STRUCTURE     COVERAGE
1ST E25-E21-E24-L26 /H31    
WF     FA-E22, E23  NF-E410  EF-E355
2ND E22-E23-E355-RC229   FA-E410, A361  NF-E124  EF-E263    PO-E122 MA-E303  MM-E305
3RD E263-E410-LT126-C371   FA-E124  NF-E122  EF-E303 
MA-E453  PO-E121
BB-ON E1  FO-E452
4TH E124-E303-L307-C141   FA-E122  NF-E121  EF-E453 
MA-E305  BB-WA E1  PO-ON E1  FO-       CE-E826   MM-E296
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS MA-CO-SA-BO-MMR-  
BREAKERS MA-MMR-CT-YA-BO-BO-CO-SA-CT-SA-WB  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MA-MMR-SA-WB-WA  
AMBS MA-CT-BO-CO-SA-BO-CO-SA-HY-WA-HY-  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

    

DIST 3-4 STRUCTURE     COVERAGE
1ST E23-E24-E21-L26-   /H-31-    
WF     FA-E22, E25  NF-E410  EF-E355
2ND E22-E25-E410-RC229   FA-E355, A361  NF-E124  EF-E263    PO-E122  MA-E303  MM-E305
3RD E124-E355-L356-C371   FA-E263  NF-E122  EF-E303 
PO-E121. L126    MA-E453 
BB-ON E1  SG-PL E6  FO-E452
4TH E263-E122-L356-C141   FA-E303  NF-E121  EF-E453 
MA-E305  BB-WA E1 PO-ON E1 MM-ET296  CE-E826
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS MA-BO-CO-SA-MMR  
BREAKERS MMR-MA-BO-CT-SA-MA-MMR-BO-CO-SA-WB  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-SA-WB-WA  
AMBS

BO-MA-CT-SA-CO-BO-CO-SA-HY-WA-HY

 

 
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

DIST 3-5 STRUCTURE     COVERAGE
1ST E23-E25-E24-L26   /H31-
E351 LINE OPTION
   
WF     FA-E22  NF-          EF-E355
2ND E22-E351-RC229   FA-E410, A326   NF-E124  EF-     MA-E453  FO-E452
3RD E124-E355-LT356-C371   FA-           NF-E122  EF-E263
BB-ON E1  PO-E121
4TH E263-E122-L307-C141   FA-           NF-E121  EF-E453 
MA-E305  bb-WA E1  PO-ON E1
MM-ET296  CE-E826
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS MA-MMR-BO-CO-SA  
BREAKERS MA-OT-BO-MA-OT-BO-BO-CO-SA-CT-SA-WB  
FORESTRY    
TANKERS MMR-MA-SA-WB  
AMBS MA-CT-BO-MMR-SA-BO-CO-SA-HY-WA-HY  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

    

SEE PREVIOUS RUN CARDS PRIOR TO DEC 2013

 

 

    

       

 

 
 
 
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.