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CGFR Fire Stations
Station 41 on Murphy Dome Road was CGFR's first fire station. It was built in XXXX with volunteer labor on land donated by Ivan Vail. Mr. Vail was one of the founding members of the department and was an assistant chief when he retired after many years of service. The station has since been named in Mr. Vail's honor.
Station 41 is manned by one scholarship live in firefighter. They are responsible for basic upkeep and maintenance of the station and equipment. They also provide first response emergency response when they are at the station.
Station 42 is CGFR's main fire station. It houses two engines, two ambulances and a rescue trailer with snow machines and 4-wheelers. The CGFR Administrative offices are located here including the Fire Chief, Admin Assistant and three career shift Captains. Business hours are 8am-5pm, Monday through Friday.
Station 43 is our newest fire station located at 1300 Goldstream Rd. Fire station 43 currently has three live in firefighters. They are in charge of basic maintenance of the building and apparatus. When they are in station they provide first response to emergency incidents in the Goldstream valley. Station 43 is the site of CGFR's training grounds. There is a 45,000 gallons of water buried for fire suppression in the area.
Station 44 is located on Potter Rd and Becker Ridge Rd. Station 44 houses Engine 41, Engine 43, and Water Tender 42. During the winter months our inflatable boat is also housed there. Station 44 is an unmanned station meaning that there are no living quarters. Personnel respond from home to get the apparatus when needed. Station 44 has a 10,000 gallon buried water tank for fire suppression in the area.