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The Mashpee Fire Rescue Department was established in 1950................ It protects a population of         9,343 within a 23.86 square mile area......................The Fire         Department operates from 1 fire station staffed 24 hours a         day......................There are 4 shifts of 7 personnel with a         minimum of 6 personnel on duty...................Mashpee responded to         2,331 incidents in 2001.......................

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Mashpee Fire Department
20 Frank Hicks Drive
Mashpee, MA  02649
Departments
Stations
Apparatus
Sta Appar
Personnel
Radio
Run Cards
History
News
Community
Emergency   911
Emergency   508-477-1234
Business        508-539-1454
FAX               508-477-7448
Dispatch        508-563-4200
Fire Alarm    KCF 574
800 Talk       37648
Radio            33.68          114.8
Dispatch       BSO Dispatchers since

Fire Chief Thomas Rullo   C-371
(2013)

Mashpee, Massachusetts
Barnstable County
Upper Cape Cod Region

Established 1950
2 Fire Stations     13 Apparatus
32 Personnel  31 Career  1 Call
Apparatus 350-379

Area             23.86 Square Miles
Population    13,932  (2007)
Density        595 per sq mile

2000   2,343 Calls
2010   2,813 Calls
2018   4,050 Calls
2019   3,870 Calls

Sta.1    SSta.2
Sta.3    Sta.4

3 Engines
1 Tower
1 Brush
1 Forestry
1 Tanker
3 Ambs
4 Cars
1 Misc

ON LINE PRESENCE
MASHPEE FIRE DEPARTMENT Website
Mashpee Fire Rescue Facebook
Mashpee Firefighters Local 2519 Facebook

LIVE BROADCAST
Mashpee Fire Rescue on Broadcastify
 

Leadership - Officers:
Fire Chief Thomas Rullo                     Car 371     (Dep 2012 / Chief 2013)
Deputy Chief Jack Phelan (P)              Car 372     (May 2014)
EMS Officer Lt Michael Evaul (P)      Car 375     (2019)
Fire Prev Leonard Goldman (P)           Car 373    (2019)
Admin Asst Christine Mone

Group 1: Captain Steve Costello         
                Lt John Gannon  (P)
Group 2: Captain Joe Peltier (P)                
                Lt Nicole Stanley (P)   
Group 3: Captain Joseph Fellows (P)       
                Lt Rick Thayer (P)
Group 4: Captain Kevin Long              
                Lt Sean Willis (P)

IAFF: Local 2519. Mashpee Personnel are civilian

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Email Contact
General Info:
Fire Chief:
Fire Prevention:

Phone Directory
508-539-1458   Fire Chief Tom Rullo

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Total Personnel: 36

Career Personnel: 35
(1)   Fire Chief
(1)   Deputy Chief
(4)   Shift Captains
(4)   Shift Lieutenants
(24) Firefighters
(1)   Fire Prev
(1)   EMS Officer
(1.5) Admin Sec

Including:
(22) Paramedics,
(14) Basic EMTs,
(   )  First Responders

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Call Personnel:1
(1) Call personnel  

Including:
(   ) Paramedics,
( 1) Basic EMTs,
(   )  First Responders 

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Staffing:
There are 4 groups of (8) personnel
Minimum staffing is (6) working days and (5) working nights.
Each group works an average 42 hour week on an 8 day rotation
The work week includes (2) 24 hour shifts 0800-0800
The work schedule is (1) On, (1) Off, (1) On, (5) Off  (1-1-1-5)
(1) 24 On 0800-0800, (1) 24 hr Off, (1) 24 On 0800-0800, (5) 24 hr Days Off

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

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Stations:
Station 1 staffing is:        (1) Captain,     (4) FFs
Station 2 staffing is:        (1) Lieutenant, (2) FFs

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Dispatched By:
BSO -
Barnstable County Sheriff's Department dispatchers since
Working (8) hour shifts

Prior dispatching by Mashpee Police Department
Prior to that by Mashpee Firefighters

E-911 Info
E911 PSAP:          BSO - Barnstable Sheriff's Department
E911 Backup:        BARNPD - Barnstable Police Department
911 Secondary:     N/A - Dispatch by BSO Dispatchers


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NOTES

Hiring - Utilizes Barnstable County List


 

Updated February 28, 2020

Mashpee Police Department

Mashpee Police Department
19 Frank Hicks Drive
Mashpee, MA  02649
Emergency 911    Emergency 508-477-1212
Business 508-539-1480   Fax 508-539-1415

Police Chief Scott Carline
Former Police Chief Rodney Collins

 


Mashpee Information


Incorporated as a town 1870

Town of Mashpee Website

City/Town Name: Town of Mashpee
1990 Population: 7,884
2000 Population: 9,343
Registered Voters: 6,318
2000 School Enrollments: 2,173
Population Over 65: 1,145
Square Miles: 23.86
Public Road Miles: 131.18
Income Per Capita: $35,579
Median Family Income: $34,589
EQV Per Capita: $721,761
Avg. Tax Bill: $4,540
Residential Tax Rate: 8.92
Commercial Tax Rate: 8.92
Operating Budget: $63,619,391

Massachusetts Municipal Association

City/Town Name: Town of Mashpee
Community Profiles: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/cc/mashpee.html
City/Town Hall Address: 16 Great Neck Road North
City/Town: Mashpee
State: MA
Zip Code: 02649
Business Hours: 8:30 a.m.­4:30 p.m. (Mon­Fri)
County: Barnstable
World Wide Web Address: http://www.capecod.net/mashpee/
Area Code: 508
Main Telephone: 539-1400
Main Fax: 539-1403
TTY/TDD:
Police Department: 539-1480
Fire Department: 539-1454
Public Works: 539-1420
Planning: 477-4107
Schools: 539-1500
Library: 539-1435
Town Clerk: 539-1400, ext. 534
City Council:
Board of Selectmen: 539-1400 ext. 510
City Clerk:

DHCD Community Profile

Added Jan 6, 2002
Updated Jan 22, 2018

 


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 Mashpee Fire Department was established in 1950. 
Ellsworth Peters was the first Fire Chief. 
The department moved into the old town hall on Route 130. 
The first engine was a used 1930 Ford bought from Centerville-Osterville. 
Mashpee bought a 1950 Dodge Engine 2 in 1950. 
A rescue squad was organized in the 1960s. 
A new fire station was built in 1979 off Route 151. 
The department renovated and added onto its headquarters fire station in 2002.
A second station was built in 2008 on Red Brook Road, New Seabury 

FIRE CHIEFS

2014-Present             - Thomas Rullo    
1993-2013                 - George Baker
1988-1993                 - Robert Ridgeway

1950-                         - Ellsworth Peters   (First Chief)

Deputy Chiefs:
2014- Present            - Jack Phelan       (May 2014)
2012-2014                 - Thomas Rullo
1993-2011                 - Sheldon Hamblin
1988-1993                 - George Baker

 

FIRE STATIONS HISTORY

2001-Present              - Mashpee - Station 1 - 20 Frank Hicks - Renovation Addition
1979-2001                  - Mashpee - Station 1 - 20 Frank Hicks - Moved in
1950-1979                  - Mashpee - Old Station - Rte 130 & Great Neck (orig Town Hall)

2008-Present              - Mashpee - Station 2 - 101 Red Brook Road - Moved in new station



 

FIRE APPARATUS HISTORY

1995 Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Mashpee     
351      Engine 351         - 1989 Simon-Duplex 4dr/Middlesex 1500/750 Pumper
352      Tanker 352         - 1980 GMC Brigadier/E-One 1000/2500 Engine-Tanker
353      Breaker 353       - 1957 International R190 4x4/Maynard 750/750 Breaker
354      Breaker 354       - 1967 International R190 6x6/Thibault 300/100 Breaker
355      Engine 355         - 1970 War LaFrance/'87 Ranger 4cf 1000/500 Pumper  JAws
357      Truck 357          - 1985 GMC Sierra 3500 4x4/Stahl Utility Pickup Truck
360      Squad 360         - 1980 Ford Chateau/EVF Type III MERV Mash Emer Resp Veh
361      Rescue 361        - 1989 Ford E350/Excellence Type III Ambulance  (EMS 316)
362      Rescue 362        - 1994 International/Wheeled Coach Type I Ambulance (EMS 317)
370      Car 370              - 1989 Ford F350 Pickup Truck (was 372)
371      Car 371              - 1990 Ford Explorer 4x4 Fire Chief George Baker
372      Car 372              - 1994 Jeep Cherokee 4x4 Deputy Sheldon Hamblin
            Haz                     -        Fomer Mil Trailer - Haz Mat Trailer
            Boat                   -         Boston Whaler 17' /Johnson 70hp Boat
            Boat                    -        Zodiac 8' Inflatable Boat 
            Ice                       -        Ice sled
            363                      - Medic John Phelan
            364                      - Medic Bucky Mabile
            365                      - Medic Glenn Milliken
            366                      - Medic Nicole Stanley
            367                      - Medic Muchael Evaul
            368                      - Medic Tom Bower
            369                      - Medic Steve Bold
            373                      - G1 Lt Geoff Willis
            374                      - G2 Lt Richard Martini
            375                      - G3 Lt Kevin Long
            376                      - G4 Lt Steve Costello

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1992 Apparatus Roster
Station 1 - Mashpee     
351      Engine 351         - 1989 Simon-Duplex 4dr/Middlesex 1500/750 Pumper
352      Tanker 352         - 1980 GMC Brigadier/E-One 1000/2500 Engine-Tanker
353      Breaker 353       - 1957 International R190 4x4/Maynard 750/750 Breaker
354      Breaker 354       - 1967 International R190 6x6/Thibault 300/100 Breaker
355      Engine 355         - 1970 War LaFrance/'87 Ranger 4cf 1000/500 Pumper
357      Truck 357          - 1985 GMC Sierra 3500 4x4/Stahl Utility Pickup Truck
360      Squad 360         - 1980 Ford Chateau/EVF Type III MERV Mash Emer Resp Veh
361      Rescue 361        - 1989 Ford E350/Excellence Type III Ambulance  (EMS 316)
362      Rescue 362        - 1985 FordE350/Frontline Type III Ambulance (EMS 317)
370      Car 370              - 1982 Mercury Grand Marquis Fire Prev Car
371      Car 371              - 1990 Ford Explorer 4x4 Fire Chief Robert Ridgeway
372      Car 372              - 1989 Ford F350 4x4 Pickup Deputy George Baker
            Boat                   -         Boston Whaler 17' /Johnson 70hp Boat
            Boat                    -        Zodiac 8' Inflatable Boat 
            Ice                       -        Ice sled


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MAJOR FIRES & INCIDENTS HISTORY

Fires and Incidents
1990 - April 14 - A 43 year old man died in a house fire at 20 Brewster Road at 0240 hrs.
1992 - Mar 21 -  Pickwicks Restaurant on Route 28 south of the Mashpee Rotary was destroyed in a spectacular 2 alarm fire.
1992 - Sept 14 - A cement mixer struck a car and both collided with a large tree on Route 130. A two year old child was trapped in the car for over an hour as Mashpee rescuers assisted by the Hyannis Heavy Rescue worked to extricate the mother and daughter who escaped serious injury.
1992 - Sept 19 - Firefighters encountered heavy fire conditions on arrival at the Summerwood Condos on Route 28.  3 alarms were struck as the fire extended to two of the six units in the occupied 2 story condo.  11 occupants were displaced, but no one was injured.
1994 - April 22 -  Two medflight helos responded to transport two of three patients involved in a two car headon MVA on Old Barnstable Road.  Two died.

 

INCIDENT HISTORY - RUN STATS

Incident History
Year            Fires            EMS             Total
1950
1960
1970
1975
1980             381             404               748
1985        
1990             476             884            1,360
1992             489             980            1,469
1993             453             885            1,338
1994             598             902            1,300
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000                                                   2,343
2001                                                   2,331
2002
2003                                                   2,618
2004                                                   2,572
2005                                                   2,766
2006                                                   2,834
2007                                                   2,823
2008                                                   2,883
2009                                                   2,774
2010                                                   2,813
2011                                                   2,873
2012                                                   2,965
2013                                                   3,280
2014                                                   3,232
2015                                                   3,615
2016                                                   3,594
2017                                                   3,460
2018                                                   4,050
2019                                                   3,870


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02/28/2020

 

 


The Radio

Mashpee Fire Radio Call Sign...............KCF 574..............."Mashpee Fire"
Mashpee Dispatch ID.............................Mashpee Fire Alarm
Mashpee Fire Frequency........................33.68 Mhz..............PL 114.8
Mashpee County Frequency....................33.70 Mhz..............PL 114.8
Mashpee Fire 800 Talkgroup..................37648....................Simulcast 33.68
Mashpee Radio Tone Test......................1800 Hours
Mashpee Apparatus Numbers................350-379
Mashpee Dispatched by.........................Barnstable Sheriff's Department Dispatchers

Mashpee Police Radio Call Sign............KBF 849...............County Callsign
Mashpee Police Dispatch ID..................KNGU 851..........."Mashpee Police"
Mashpee Police Frequency....................851.3125 Mhz........Conventional 800
Mashpee Police Old Freq......................155.835 Mhz..........Old Mashpee PD
Mashpee Police County Freq.................155.565 Mhz......... Old Ch.1
Mashpee Police 800 Trunk Group..........38352................... Not utilized
Mashpee Police 800 County Group........36496................... County Talkgroup
Mashpee Police Unit IDs........................"T" Tango Cars

Mashpee Water District..........................451.975
Mashpee Water District..........................451.8375
Mashpee Water District..........................456.8375

 


Mashpee Station Apparatus Assignments

Station 1........Mashpee
Engine 351.........2013 Emergency One eMax 1500/500/30 Pumper-HR Jaws
Engine 353.........1999 E-One 1500/750 Pumper 
Tanker 358........ 2020 International MV607 / EOne 500/2000 Tanker 
Tower 356.........2001 Pierce Dash 2000/300 / 100' rm Aerial Tower Quint
Breaker 354.......2005 International 6x6 / PolyMax 650/1000/50 Brush Breaker
Forestry 357......2015 Ford F550 4x4 / BFX 135/313/7A Forestry
Ambulance 361.....2019 Ford E550 / Lifeline Type I Ambulance (EMS 316)
Ambulance 363.....                                                      Ambulance (EMS 318)
Car 350..............2015 Ford F-250 4x4 Pickup Truck Utility
Car 370..............2006 Ford F-350 /Knapheiade 4x4 Pickup Truck
Car 371..............2015 Ford Expedition 4x4 Fire Chief Thomas Rullo
Car 372..............2013 Ford Explorer 4x4 Deputy Chief Jack Phelan (was 371)
Car 373..............2013 Ford F-150   Fire Prevention Car  (was 372)
Boat 1................1980's 17 foot Boston Whaler / Johnson 70 HP Rescue Boat
Boat 2................1991 12' Avon Inflatable / 9 hp Johnson
Boat 359........... 2006 Edgewater 18' / Yamaha 150 hp Boat
HazMat..............2003 Wells Cargo Haz Mat / Pollution Control Trailer
DEP...................2007 DEP Response Trailer
 

Station 2........South Mashpee
Engine 352........2018 E-One Typhoon eMax 1500/530/30 Pumper
Ambulance 362.....2019 Ford F550 / Horton Type I  Ambulance (EMS 317)
 

Note: Station 1 Ambulance gets designated A-361 not matter which vehicle it is.
Same with Station 2 ambulance being assigned as A-362. Mashpee's newest ambulance was damaged in an MVC in Jan 2020, so unsure on which vehicles are where at this point.
 
Updated 02/28/2020

 


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


 
DIST 1-1 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E407    
WF E263-R410   MA-E25
2ND E453-E25-L307-C401-C229   MA-E304  MA-E23  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E23-LT450-R262-C31-OTIS AIR-EMS   MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C261   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L307-L26-LT450-LT829-L206-L41     
BREAKERS OT-CT-FA-SA-CO-OT-BO-SA-FA-B5  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F317-F290-F49  
TANKERS    
AMBS FA-CO-FA-SA-CO-FA-BO-CO-SA-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

DIST 1-2 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E263    
WF E407-R410   MA-E25
2ND E25-E304-L307-R261-C229    MA-E23  MA-E453  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E23-E453-LT450-R262-C301-OT AIR-EMS   MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
4TH E24-E294-H821-C31   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L307-L26-LT450-LT829-L206-L41  
BREAKERS CT-OT-FA-SA-CO-OT-SA-BO-FA-B5  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS CT-FA-SA-FA-CO-CO-FA-SA-BO-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 1-3 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E25    
WF E407-R410   MA-E263
2ND E263-E23-L307-C31-C229   MA-E453  MA-E304  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E453-LT450-R262-C261-OTIS AIR-EMS    MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C401   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L307-L26-LT450-LT829-L126  
BREAKERS FA-OT-CT-FA-SA-OT-SA-BO-SA-CO  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS FA-CT-FA-SA-BO-FA-CO-CO-CO-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 1-4 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E263    
WF E25-R410   MA-E407
2ND E453-E407-L307-C261-C229    MA-E304  MA-E23  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E23-LT450-R262-C301-OT AIR-EMS    MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C31   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L307-L26-LT450-LT829-L206  
BREAKERS CT-FA-OT-SA-FA-CO-OT-BO-SA-B5  
FORESTRY  F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS CT-FA-FA-SA-CO-BO-CO-FA-SA-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 2-1 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E25    
WF E407-R410   MA-E263
2ND E263-E23-L307-C31-C229   MA-E453  MA-E304  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E453-LT450-R262-C261-OT AIR-EMS   MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C301   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS  L307-L26-LT450-LT829-L126  
BREAKERS FA-OT-CT-FA-SA-OT-CO-BO-SA-B5  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS FA-CT-FA-SA-BO-FA-CO-CO-CO-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 2-2

STRUCTURE

 

COVERAGE

1ST

E355-LT356-R361-E351-E263

   

WF

E25-R410 

 

MA-E407

2ND

E453-E407-L307-C31-C229  

 

MA-E304  MA-E23  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452

3RD

E304-E23-LT450-R262-R261-OT AIR-EMS    

 

MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125

4TH

E24-E294-H821-C301    

 

MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822

5TH

 

 

 

       
 

SPECIAL CALLS

   

LADDERS

L307-LT450-L26-LT829-L206

 

BREAKERS

 CT-FA-OT-SA-CO-OT-FA-SA-B5-BO

 

FORESTRY

F460-C4-F290

 

TANKERS

OT-SA-WB

 

AMBS

CT-FA-FA-SA-CO-FA-BO-CO-SA-OT

 
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 3-1 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E453    
WF E407-R411   MA-E263
2ND E263-E25-L307-C261-C229   MA-E304  MA-E23  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E23-LT450-R262-C441-OT AIR-EMS   MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C301   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS LT450-L307-L26-LT829-L206-L41  
BREAKERS SA-OT-CT-CO-SA-OT-BO-FA-WB-B5  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS SA-CT-CO-SA-CO-FA-FA-FA-BO-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIST 3-2 STRUCTURE   COVERAGE
1ST E355-LT356-R361-E351-E263    
WF E453-R411   MA-E407
2ND E407-E25-L307-C261-C229   MA-E304  MA-E23  NF-E24  MM-E294  FO-E452
3RD E304-E23-LT450-R262-C441-OT AIR-EMS   MA-E24  MA-E294  MA-R458  MM-E302  NF-E124
PO-E125
4TH E24-E294-H821-C31   MA-E124  MA-E302  NF-E125  PO-E122  MM-E305
CE-E822
 
5TH      
       
  SPECIAL CALLS    
LADDERS L307-LT450-L26-LT829-L206-L41  
BREAKERS CT-OT-SA-CO-FA-OT-FA-BO-WB-B5  
FORESTRY F460-C4-F290  
TANKERS OT-SA-WB  
AMBS CT-SA-CO-FA-CO-SA-FA-FA-BO-OT  
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
                                                       
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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.