Campbell Fire Station
123 Union Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008

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Campbell Fire Station

The Campbell Station is one of two fire stations in the City of Campbell. It is a four bay two-story building. The first floor of the station houses the department’s Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) program. The living quarters are on the second floor. One unique feature of the station is its two slides that provide fast access to the apparatus bay from the living quarters. 

Apparatus

Engine 81
Engine 81 is the first line apparatus out of Campbell Station and is a 2002 KME with a 1250gpm pump. Reserve Truck 181 is a 1993 Spartan/HiTech/LTI quint with a 1500 gpm pump and a 75' rear-mount aerial ladder.

Rescue 25
Campbell Station is also home to Rescue 25, a 1974 Chevrolet Custom Deluxe C30. The historic vehicle was the very first ALS Paramedic apparatus in Northern California. The vehicle was restored and presented on November 30, 2012.

Station History

Prior to the merger in 1993, Campbell station was headquartered to the Campbell Fire Department.  The upstairs level was used as living quarter’s for the firefighters. The downstairs level housed the administration staff.

Quick Facts
Built: 1982
Staffing: 3
Apparatus: 
Engine 81
Truck 181 (Lease reserve)
Size: 9,292 sq ft. 4-bay, single deep, back in