Release: October 2000
Edition Quantity: 5,000
The LAFD has 103 fire stations spread throughout the City of Los Angeles. Of
these, 51 are single engine houses while the remainders are Task Force houses. A
single engine house normally has a single engine company while a Task Force
house has a truck company and 2 engines assigned. Paramedic and E.M.T.
ambulances, Battalion Chiefs, Division Chiefs and special apparatus are also
assigned to the various stations.
From its beginnings as a small pueblo, the City of Los Angeles has seen its Fire
Department meet and overcome many diverse challenges units service to t he
citizens. In the 1990's, the Los Angeles City Fire Department faced shrinking
resources and at the same time resolved the challenges of the Floods and Civil
Unrest of 1992 and the Firestorms and Earthquakes of 1993 and 1994. The Fire
Department continually works towards the expansion of quality services to the
residents of Los Angeles. It is this goal, which has made the LAFD one of the
most outstanding departments in the world.
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All Code 3 Fire
Trucks & Emergency Vehicles are:
Mint in Dome