Fire Stations

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Fire Station 1

Located at 98 E Center Street
The station was constructed in 1985 and houses a Rescue/Command Vehicle (F-8), a 2004 Ford F-550 4x4 with a KME cargo body; Engine 4, a 2012 Ferrara 1500 GPM Pumper; Ladder 2, a 2009 Ferrara 77' Ladder Truck; Brush Unit F-9, a 2014 Ford F-350 4x4 with firefighting skid unit. The station also is the location for the offices of the Fire Chief; the Assistant Fire Chief; the Fire Prevention Division; and the Training Division.

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Fire Station 2

Located at 99 E McLaughlin Ave
The station was converted from an old store to the cities #2 fire station in 1963 and currently houses Engine 15, a 2000 KME/Freightliner 1500 GPM Pumper; (Engine 15 is a reserve engine) Engine 16, a 2001 KME/Freightliner 1500 GPM Pumper

 

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Fire Station 3

Located at 810 Industrial Court
The station was constructed in 1973 and houses Engine 3, a 2014 Ferrara 1500 GPM Pumper; Haz-Mat 2, a 2006 Ford F-350 that tows a Hazardous Materials Response Trailer

 

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Fire Station 4

Located at 5000 Hanson Road
The station was construced in 1992 an dhouses Engine 17, a 2006 E-One 1500 GPM Pumper Ladder 1, a 1987 Grumman 102' Aerial Platform

 

 

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New Ladder Truck

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Madisonville Fire Department begin looking for ways to replace its 1987 102' Rear Mount Ladder truck a few years back. The truck had numerous mechanical problems and was a open cab vehicle, which posed a serious risk to firefighters. Due to the overwhelming cost of this truck, the fire department applied for a AFG Assistance to Firefighters Grant. The AFG grant was turned down 5 years in a row.  In 2013 the AFG allowed vehicle grants to be applied for as a regional grant.

MFD decided to apply for this using the regional approach. It took into account all the run volume, vehicles, and staffing for the entire county.  In late 2013 MFD was awarded its AFG grant for $1,100,000 for its new ladder truck. It was also awarded $25,000 for additional NFPA required equipment, for the truck. MFD members looked at several different options for a new truck. It was determined that a Mid-Mount truck would best suit our needs.

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Car Seat Safety Information

Madisonville Fire Department implemented a car seat inspection program in 2014 to provide a much needed service to our community. Our technicians have been trained through Safe Kids and NHTSA ( National Highway Traffic Safety Administration). Participants completed a 40 hour training class to receive their certification. MFD currently has 4 infant/child seat technicians in the department to help our community by providing this free service. MFD is committed to maintain the certifications of these technicians and add additional technicians as the need arises.

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