The District Board of Directors, purchased the property in 1956 for $800 and built the 6th fire station serving the Fire District. The fire station…
Engine No. 55 – Staffed by a crew of four firefighters.
Truck No. 55 – 105′ Smeal ladder truck, 400 gallon water capacity.
Water Tender No. 55 – holds 3,000 gallons of water capacity.
The station is located in the City of Kerman, California, in the San Joaquin Valley in western Fresno County.
Station 56 – 806 S Garfield Ave. Fresno, CA 93706
Station 56 is currently housing Engine 56 and Reserve Engine 256.
This District station is staffed with 3 firefighters 24 hours a day.
First Constructed in the 1950’s to protect the community of Rolinda CA. The current fire station was constructed in 1988.
This station is located on the southwest corner of Kearney Park.
This station is the front-line defense for the Kearney Mansion built in 1903.
Engine No. 57- Staffed by a minimum crew of three firefighters
Water Tender No. 57 – holds 3,000 gallons of water
The population was 1,623 at the 2010 census.
Biola is located 6 miles north-northeast of Kerman CA, at an elevation of 253 feet.
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