Operations

Pueblo Fire Department

Operations

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From the city's 10 fire stations, operational personnel respond to over 23,400 emergency calls during 2019, utilizing 10 Advanced Life Support (ALS) engines, a truck (ladder) company, heavy rescue squad, an airport crash unit, and 3 Focused response Vehicles.

The Pueblo Fire Department provides services to mitigate the effects of a variety of emergency situations, including fires, medical emergencies, physical entrapment, and releases of hazardous materials. Providing these services is the responsibility of our operations personnel.
Emergency Services
Resources within the Emergency Services Division include 129 uniformed men and women who deliver services from the strategic location of 10 fire stations, staffed 24 hours a day. Fire companies are normally staffed with a captain, engineer, emergency medical officer, or firefighter.

Fire Suppression
In addition to fire suppression and emergency work, these members provide a wide range of services to the community, including fire inspections, blood-pressure screening, tours of fire stations and apparatus, and fire and life safety presentations within the community.

Special Operations
The Pueblo Fire Department has kept pace with the ever-increasing challenges that face a modern day fire service through its own special operations members. This team of highly trained firefighters responds to calls that the average trained firefighter is unable to handle.

These members are specially trained in the disciplines of hazardous materials, rope / high-angle rescue, swift water rescue, confined space rescue, and trench rescue. They also respond regionally under county-wide mutual aide agreements to successfully handle emergencies requiring their special talents. 
 
There are currently 6 members that serve on Colorado Task Force-1.