The Harrisburg Bureau of Fire operates out of three stations and the Office of the Fire Chief, which is located in the McCormick Public Safety Building at 123 Walnut Street in downtown Harrisburg, PA.
Office personnel are the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Fire Safety Education and the Fire Inspector.
Station One is located at 1820 North Sixth Street. Located in the Uptown section of the City, it houses Wagon 3, Tower 2, Engine 1, Boat 1, and Tower 3 (reserve).
Wagon 3 is a 2008 Pierce Arrow XT 1500 gpm/500 gal. Pumper. Tower 2 is a 2002 KME 81’ Ladder/Tower. Tower 3 is a 1996 Sutphen 85' Tower quint.
Station Two is located at 140 North Sixteenth Street. Located in the Allison Hill section of the City, it houses the Battalion Chief, Wagon 4, Tower 1, Boat 2, Engine 2 (reserve), Rescue 1 and the Dauphin County Haz-Mat Response Unit.
Wagon 4 is a 1997 Seagrave 1250gpm/500gal. Pumper. Tower 1 is a 75’ Aerialscope on a 2008 Pierce Arrow XT chassis. The BC’s car is a 2005 Chevy Tahoe. Rescue 1 carries tools and equipment for C-space, Trench, Rope Rescue and Building Collapse.
Station Six is located at 332 South Second Street. Located in the Downtown section of the City, it was closed permanently on April 23rd, 2014. Tower 3 was placed out of service and is currently in reserve status.
Station Eight is located at 9 South Thirteenth Street in the Allison Hill section of the City. It houses Squad 8 or simply “The Squad”.
Squad 8 is a 2012 Pierce Arrow XT Rescue/Engine consisting of 1500gpm/500gal., Amkus Ultimate rescue system and an assortment of rescue tools.
Page Last Updated: May 19, 2015 (09:11:00)