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Station 1 exterior imageStation 1 - Main

240 S First Avenue (Google Map)
Hillsboro, OR 97123
503-681-6166 (Main)

Located in the core of the downtown area, Station One houses Engine 1. The facility also houses Tender 1, which is staffed, when needed, by the same personnel or taken in tandem with an engine response. Station 1 is one of the busiest houses in the Department. The Fire Chief, Operations Chief, Administrative Chief, Logistics Chief, Emergency Manager and other administrative staff are assigned to this location.

Engine 1Image of Engine 1

  • 2009 Spartan MFD Gladiator chassis
  • Body Construction by H&W Emergency Vehicles
  • 1500gpm Waterous PTO drive pump
  • 500HP Cummins engine
  • Allison EVS 4500 Transmission
  • 900 gallon poly water tank
  • 60 gallon pre-plumbed Class A/B foam system

 

 Water Tender 1Image of Tender 1

  •  2013 Crimson Fire with Kenworth Chassis
  • 280 HP Cummins Turbo Diesel, Allison 3000 EV transmission
  • 3000 gallon poly water tank, 56 gallon fuel saddle tanks

 

 


 

Exterior Image of Brookwood Fire StationStation 2 - Brookwood

5045 SE Drake Rd. (Google Map)
Hillsboro, OR 97123
503-681-6166

The Brookwood station serves the southeast portion of Hillsboro and houses Engine 2 and Brush Rig 2. The station is staffed by four personnel. The response district includes residential, multiple elder care facilities and commercial occupancies along Tualatin Valley Highway.
Image of Engine 2
 Engine 2

  • 2013 Spartan Gladiator chassis
  • 900 gallon water tank
  • 1500 GPM Waterous PTO drive pump 
  • 500 HP Cummins engine, Allison EVS 4500 Transmission 
  • 48,500 lbs. GVW, 

Brush 2 Image of Brush Rig 2

  • 2009 Ford F350 quad cab chassis, dual wheel rear axle
  • Engine: Ford 6.8 liter V10 gas, Ford automatic transmission
  • 100 gallon wildland unit

 

 


 

Station 3 - Ronler AcresExterior image of Ronler Acres Fire Station

4455 NW 229th  (Google Map)
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503-681-6166

The Ronler Acres station is located in the center of the high-tech area in northeast Hillsboro. Station 3 houses Engine 3 (E-3), Technical Rescue 3 (TR-3), and Brush 3. When a technical rescue incident or brush fire occurs, firefighters will take one of the additional vehicles along with their normal apparatus to provide additional maneuverability, tools, shoring and rescue equipment.

This station also houses our Prevention and Education Division. A training room, sponsored in part by Intel, is located at this facility. One of Intel's largest manufacturing facilities is located just south of this station. Hillsboro staff provides Medical Response Team refresher training for local high-tech companies at this site.

Image of Engine 3Engine 3

  • 2009 Spartan MFD Gladiator chassis
  • Body construction by H&W Emergency Vehicles
  • 1500 GPM Waterous PTO drive pump
  • 500 HP Cummins engine
  • Allison EVS 4500 Transmission
  • 900 gallon poly water tank
  • 60 gallon pre-plumbed Class A/B foam system

Image of Technical Rescue 3Technical Rescue 3

  • 2004 Navistar 4400 dry cargo van chassis with lift gate
  • 250 HP International DT466 engine
  • Allison 3000 Transmission
  • Equipped with 15 KW PTO generator,
  • Equipped with Holmotro hydraulic rescue tools

 

Brush 3Image of  Brush Rig 1

  • 2004 Ford F550 Quadcab chassis 
  • 350 gallon wildland unit
  • 10 gallon pre-plumbed Class-A foam system
  • 15,000 lb. Warn winch

 

 

 


 

Station 5 - Jones FarmExterior image of Jones Farm Fire Station

2850 NE 25th Ave (Google Map)
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503-681-6166

The Jones Farm Fire Station was placed into service in January 2012 and serves portions of the central and northwest residential areas, as well as commercial and industrial customers west and south of the airport.  The 13,458 square foot facility houses the Department's ladder truck company and the shift battalion chief, who supervises emergency operations, as well as an engine company. 

 

Engine 5Image of Engine 5

  • 2009 Spartan MFD Gladiator chassis
  • Body Construction by H&W Emergency Vehicles
  • 1500gpm Waterous PTO drive pump
  • 500HP Cummins engine
  • Allision EVS 4500 Transmission
  • 900 gallon poly water tank
  • 60 gallon pre-plumbed Class A/B foam system

 Truck 5 Image of Truck 5

  • 2007 Spartan MFD Gladiator Chassis with tillered trailer
  • Body construction by Crimson Fire Inc.
  • 105' four section aerial ladder by Crimson Fire Inc.
  • 515 HP Detroit series 60 DDEC DPF engine
  • Allison EVS 4500 TRansmission
  • Equipped with Holmotro Hydraulic rescue tools
  • Equipped with 15KW PTO generator

C-1 Command VehicleImage of C1 Command Vehicle

  • 2010 Ford F-350 Quadcab SWB
  • 3-800 MHz , 1VHF and 1 Aircraft mobile radios
  • Equipped with incident video camera

 

 

 


 

Station 6 - Cherry LaneCherry Lane Exterior image

21880 NW Cherry Lane (Google Map
Hillsboro, OR 97124
503-681-6166 

Dedicated in September 2010, the Cherry Lane Fire Station serves the growing eastern portion of Hillsboro, a mix of single family homes, multi-family apartments, condos, high tech, commercial and light industrial properties. One career engine company currently responds from this facility. It is also Hillsboro Fire & Rescue's training facility and includes a 56-seat smart classroom and a number of built-in training aids, such as confined space and rope rescue drill features in the engine bay.

Additionally, the building was designed to be the base for our Volunteer Firefighters. When called to duty, they respond to incidents aboard Engine 104. We normally have about 20 active volunteers. They provide valuable depth to our emergency response capabilities.

This fire station is the first of our fire facilities to be built to LEED Gold Standard. LEED stands for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. This independent standard sets the criteria for environmentally friendly design and construction which uses locally produced and/or sourced materials, consumes fewer resources and generates fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

The building features:

 

  • Roof-mounted 21kW solar array producing electricity
  • Bio-swale to retain water runoff and naturally filter surface water
  • State-of-the-art HVAC, air filtration and low volatile organic compound (VOC) paints and carpet
  • Locally-sourced materials from within 500 miles which reduces fuel consumption and air emissions
  • High efficiency lighting and use of natural lighting reduces energy consumption
  • Highly efficient, water saving plumbing features and native plant landscaping reducing water consumption and costs
  • Furniture made with locally sourced and recycled material; wood products from sustainably managed forests
  • Campus-wide recycling program reducing waste sent to landfill; over 90% of construction waste was diverted from the landfill  

 

Image of Engine 6Engine 6

  • 2005 Spartan MFD Gladiator chassis
  • Body Construction by H&W Emergency Vehicles
  • 1500 GPM Darley PTO drive pump
  • 515HP Detroit series 60 DDEC engine
  • Allison EVS 4500 Transmission
  • 1000 gallon poly water tank
  • 60 gallon pre-plumbed Class A/B foam system

 

Image of Volunteer Engine 104Volunteer Engine 104

  • 1991 Spartan, 1500 GPM, Triple Combination Pumper
  • Engine: 8V92TA, Allison HT740 Transmission
  • 40,000 lbs. GVW, 1000 gallon water tank

 

 

 

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