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    Fire Department

    Training and Administration


    Training Academy

    230 Ella T. Grasso Boulevard

    The Training Division is staffed by seven certified Fire Instructors. The Training Division is led by the the Director of Training.

    Picture of the recruit Class 52 of the New Haven Fire Academy, who will be working for the New Haven and Allingtown Departments.

    Recruits learning the trade at the New Haven Regional state of the art Training Facility..

     


    Picture of the recruit Class 52 of the New Haven Fire Academy, who will be working for the New Haven and Allingtown Departments.

    Picture of "Fire Engineer", a journal for the Fire Protection Profession    An article from Fire Engineering journal entitled "Improvements in Apparatus Bolster New Haven Department"    August 1943 article featuring topics like fire losses, retirement of Chief Michael Lawton, and simplying instructions with the "Fire Triangle"


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    Apparatus Repair

    The New Haven Fire Department operates a state-of-the-art apparatus maintenance and repair facility. Located at 230 Boulevard, civilian mechanics repair, maintain and refurbish the entire departments inventory of fire and rescue apparatus and support vehicles. This division also operates the departments mask service unit.

    Apparatus Maintenance personnel are among some of the best in the business. The mechanics EVT certified.

     

    Department of Fire Service Apparatus Roster

    Vehicle Number Vehicle Manufacturer Vehicle / Apparatus Type
    Engine 4 12 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 5 14 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company/Foam
    Engine 6 16 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 8 98 Pierce Quantum 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 9 14 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 10 16 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 11 14 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 15 07 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 16 07 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Engine 17 07 Pierce Arrow XT 1ST Responder Engine Company
    Squad 1 06 Pierce Lance 1ST Responder Rescue Engine
    Squad 2 11 Pierce Arrow XT/ Modified 1ST Responder Rescue Engine
         
    Truck 1 13 Sutphen Tower Ladder
    Truck 2 08 Seagrave Tiller 100 FT Aerial Ladder
    Truck 3 10 Pierce Arrow XT Rear Mount 100 FT Aerial Ladder
    Truck 4 05 Seagrave Tiller 100 FT Aerial Ladder
         
    Emergency 1 11 Ford F350 Rescue
    Emergency 2 15 Freightliner Rescue Ambulance
         
    Rehab Unit 04 Freightliner Air conditioned Ambulance
    Fire Investigation Van 13 Ford E350  
    Hazmat 1 07 Sterling  
         

     

    Picture 1 of a fire engine

     

    Picture 1 of a fire engine

     

    Picture 2 of a fire engine


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