Is located on Happy Canyon Road between I-25 and Highway 85.
South Metro's Engine Companies are designed to be initial response units to all-hazard emergencies involving fires, medicals, traffic accidents or hazardous materials. Engines are staffed by 3 or 4 firefighters and depending where they are housed in our district, carry between 750 and 1,500 gallons of water. Technical Details 2003 Emergency One Cyclone II with a 1500 gpm pump and 750 gallon water tank.
Brush Engine 39
South Metro operates several Brush Engines which are specialized vehicles used by our Wildland Firefighting Team. These vehicles are specifically designed to fight brush fires in the wildland interface. Brush Engine 39 is sometimes listed as a national resource and SMFR Firefighters respond across the country to serious willdand fires. Technical Details - 2014 International / BME 4x4 classified as NWCG Type III
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 1997 Freightliner with a 500 gpm pup and 3000 gallon water tank.
Reserve Brush Engine
South Metro operates several Brush Engines which are specialized vehicles used by our Wildland Firefighting Team. These vehicles are specifically designed to fight brush fires in the wildland interface. Technical Details 2000 International / Emergency One with a 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank, Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS), remote operated bumper turret and light tower.
This station is located at 475 W Happy Canyon Road, Castle Rock, CO 80108