Station 113, located at 355 North Spring Road, houses an ALS Engine, a Squad and Boat. It is staffed by four or more fire fighters and was built in 1998. This station was constructed to meet the growing needs of that area of the City.
Station 113 Equipment
Engine 113 is a 1996 Pierce Saber that was refurbished in 2014. It has a 1,500 gpm Waterous pump, a 500-gallon water tank with Class A foam and carries more than 2,250 feet of hose. Engine 113 is always staffed by two paramedics and is equipped with enough paramedic equipment to allow it to provide Advance Life Support or paramedic services at an emergency scene until a medic arrives to transport the patient.
The current Squad 113 will be replaced with a 2017 Braun Ambulance on a 2017 Chevy van chassis. It is a basic patient stabilization and transport unit carrying bandages, splints, an automatic external defibrillator, and various equipment essential to stabilizing a patient's neck and spine following an automobile accident or fall.
Boat 113 is a 16' aluminum center console boat powered by a 25 hp Mercury outboard. It is used for rescue in swift water and the district's reservoirs.