Is located at Maximus Drive and Yosemite Street in the Lone Tree Entertainment District.
Battalion Chief 34
Battalion Chief's are responsible for managing our most hazardous and complex incident scenes. The first Battalion Chief to arrive on scene assumes the role of Incident Commander and runs the incident from inside these specially designed vehicles. This Battalion Chief oversees South Metro's South Battalion which includes Firehouses 34, 36, 39, 40 & 44 Technical Details - 2015 Ford F-150 4x4
South Metro's Tower Companies are staffed with a crew of four firefighters. Towers respond to all calls within their immediate "first due" station area and into other areas where their specialized tools are needed. Towers carry an assortment of ground ladders, forcible entry tools, extrication equipment, water, a pump and hose. Technical Details - 2016 Pierce Velocity with a 1,500 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank & 95' aerial ladder.
South Metro Medic Units are staffed by a crew of two Firefighters and at least one is a Paramedic. They respond to all types of emergencies and can transport patients to the hospital. Technical Details - Ford / PL Custom
Rescue 34 is a specialized vehicle used by the Technical Rescue Team. This unit responds to emergencies like trench or building collapses, vehicle extrications and large structure fires. Technical Details - 1999 Emergency One Cyclone II
Collapse Rescue 34
Collapse 34 is a specialized vehicle used by the Technical Rescue Team. This unit responds to emergencies like trench or building collapses. Technical Details - 1995 International / SVI with cargo trailer
South Metro operates 6 water tenders which are staffed when needed by the Engine, Tower or Medic crew housed with them. South Metro protects many areas without fire hydrants which requires us to bring our own water to extinguish fires with. All of our tenders carry around 3,000 gallons of water. Technical details - 1976 Peterbuilt / SVI 2,600 gallon water tank with compressed air foam system.
Command 3 was purchased by the Department of Homeland Security and is a shared resource between South Metro Fire Rescue and Greenwood Village Police. The vehicle is a regional asset and MetCom IDT will staff it when needed.
This station has community rooms that may be available for use by nonprofit organizations in our district.