Boston Fire Engine Company 30 and Ladder Company 25
Engine 30 was first put into service on July 10, 1883. It was relocated to 1940
Center Street in the West Roxbury section of Boston on June 1, 1898 where it
Up until 1921 Engine 30 was a horse drawn pumper.
It is housed with Ladder 25 which took up residence in this firehouse on April
21, 1905. Ladder 25 was horse drawn until April 24, 1917.
Today Engine 30 is a 1996 Emergency One Cyclone II pumper with 1250 gpm and a
750 gallon tank. It responded to 1,371 incidents in 2006.
Ladder 25 is a 1990 Emergency One rear-mount 110 aerial ladder. It responded to
1,581 incidents in 2006. Both of these units report to the District 10 chief.
The neighborhood served by Engine 30 and Ladder 25 has a mostly suburban feel to
it. It has tree lined streets with mostly single family homes with some
two-family homes as well.
The Boston Fire Department is led by Commissioner Roderick J. Fraser, Jr. with
Kevin P. MacCurtain the Chief of Department.
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