The Pueblo Fire Department has 10 fire stations that are strategically located throughout the city to provide the highest level of service and protection to its residents. A minimum of 36 firefighters are on-duty per day. The on-duty assistant chief provides the overall command and direction of fire suppression personnel.
There are 3 suppression shifts (A, B, and C) that work in 24-hour shifts. The apparatus that are deployed from these stations include:
- 1 hazardous materials unit
- 1 heavy rescue squad
- 1 ladder truck
- 1 suppression chief vehicle
- 10 engines
- 2 4-wheel drive brush vehicles
- A rescue boat and raft
- A water tender (water tanker)
Use the interactive map below to view specific details about Pueblo's various fire stations.