Contents 1 History 2 Operations 2.1 Fireboats 2.2 Fire Stations and Apparatus 2.3 SFO Stations 2.4 Disbanded fire companies 3 In popular culture 4 References 5 External links


History[edit] Volunteer companies were first formed in the city in 1850, and a paid staff established in 1866. In 1906, the department was considered on a par with those of the larger cities on the East Coast, but found itself reduced to fighting the fire of 1906 in the quake aftermath with axes and shovels, as most of the city's water mains were broken and cisterns drained. Fire Chief Dennis T. Sullivan suffered mortal wounds in his home by a falling chimney early in the disaster and subsequently died in the hospital.


Operations[edit] Fireboats[edit] The Phoenix docked at Pier ​22 1⁄2. Main articles: Phoenix, Guardian, and St. Francis The SFFD has three fireboats that are docked at Pier ​22 1⁄2. Fireboat 1, the Phoenix, was constructed in 1954 and is fitted with three deck monitors, a water town and two under pier monitors.[5] Fireboat 2, the Guardian, was constructed in 1950 and is the oldest fireboat in the fleet.[6] Both boats are 89-foot (27 m) and outfitted with two 500 horsepower (370 kW) engines giving them top speeds of 12.5 knots (14.4 mph; 23.2 km/h) (Guardian) and 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h) (Phoenix). A third new 85-foot fireboat (Fireboat 3) was christened the St. Francis in October 2016.[7][8][9] Fire Stations and Apparatus[edit] Fireboat Guardian stands on alert status near the Bay Bridge. SFFD Truck 3 operating at a fire in the Tenderloin. The former Fire Station # 1, located on Howard Street SFFD Engine 16, quartered in the Marina District Two SFFD truck companies at the scene of a 4th-alarm fire on 41st Ave. in the Sunset District Below is a full listing of all fire station and company locations in the City & County of San Francisco according to division and battalion.[10] There are also three SFFD-operated fire stations located at the San Francisco International Airport in San Mateo County. Fire Station Neighborhood Engine Company Truck Company Special Unit Chief Bat. Div. 1 South of Market Engine 1 Truck 1 Rescue Squad 1 2 3 2 Chinatown Engine 2 Truck 2 Battalion 1 1 2 3 Tenderloin Engine 3 Truck 3 4 3 4 Mission Bay Engine 4 Truck 4 3 3 5 Fillmore District 5 2 6 Castro Engine 6, Engine 5 Truck 6 Decon 1 2 3 7 Mission District Engine 7 Truck 7 Rescue Squad 2, Light Rescue 7 Division 3 6 3 8 South Beach Engine 8 Truck 8 Battalion 3 3 3 9 Bernal Heights Engine 9 Truck 9 Battalion 10 10 3 10 Presidio Heights Engine 10 Truck 10 Truck 16 CBRNE 1 5 2 11 Noe Valley Engine 11 Truck 11 Battalion 6, Rescue Captain 3 6 3 12 Haight-Ashbury Engine 12 Truck 12 5 2 13 Financial District Engine 13 Truck 13 CO2 Unit 1, Mobile Command 1 Rescue Captain 1 1 2 14 Outer Richmond Engine 14 Truck 14 7 2 15 Ingleside Engine 15 Truck 15 Battalion 9 9 3 16 Marina District, Marina Green Fort Mason Rescue Boat 1, Rescue Water Craft 1, Rescue Water Craft 2 (Kept at San Francisco Marina Craft Harbor) 4 2 17 Bayview-Hunters Point Engine 17 Truck 17 Portable Hydrant Tender 17 10 3 18 Outer Parkside Engine 18 Truck 18 Coastal Rescue Unit 1 (Surf Rescue) 8 2 19 Stonestown Galleria Fort Funston Engine 19 Truck 19 Haz-Mat. Assist Trailer 9 2 20 Laguna Honda Reservoir Engine 20 Mobile Air Unit 1, Mobile Air Unit 2, Pollution Control Unit, Mobile Air Support Trailer 1 8 2 21 Panhandle Engine 21 Attack Hose Tender 21, Utility Unit 1 Battalion 5 5 3 22 Golden Gate Park Engine 22 Portable Hydrant Tender 22 7 2 23 Sunset District Engine 23 8 2 24 Dolores Heights Engine 24 6 3 25 Dog Patch Engine 25 Mini-Pumper 25, Multi-Casualty Unit 1 10 3 26 Glen Park Engine 26 6 3 28 North Beach Engine 28 1 2 29 Design District Engine 29 Decon. Unit 2 2 3 31 Inner Richmond Engine 31 Battalion 7, Rescue Captain 2 7 2 32 College Hill Engine 32 Mini-Pumper 32 6 3 33 Oceanview Engine 33 9 3 34 Lands End Engine 34 Coastal Rescue Unit 2 (Cliff Rescue) 7 2 35 Pier ​22 1⁄2 Engine 35 Fireboat 1 Phoenix, Fireboat 2 Guardian, Fireboat 3 St. Francis 3 3 36 Civic Center Engine 36 Haz-Mat. 1, Haz-Mat. 2 Battalion 2 2 3 37 Potrero Hill Engine 37 10 3 38 Pacific Heights Engine 38 Truck 5 Light Rescue 5 Battalion 4 Division 2 4 2 39 Forest Hill Engine 39 Multi-Casualty Unit 2 9 3 40 Inner Parkside Engine 40 Battalion 8 8 2 41 Nob Hill Engine 41 1 2 42 Portola Engine 42 Portable Hydrant Tender 42 10 3 43 Excelsior Engine 43 Mini-Pumper 43, OES Unit 248 9 3 44 Visitacion Valley Engine 44 Mini-Pumper 44 10 3 48 Treasure Island Engine 48 Truck 48 Rescue Ambulance 48, Hose Tender 48, Portable Hydrant Tender 48 3 3 49 India Basin ALS Medic Units, BioMed Unit, Arson Unit, Logistics Units, Supply Units Rescue Captain 4 10 3 51 Presidio of San Francisco Engine 51 Engine 16 4 2 SFO Stations[edit] All apparatus at SFO go by the 'Rescue' call sign, whether Engine, Truck, ARFF Crash, Medic Unit, or Command SUV. Location Engine Truck Medic ARFF Crash Command Other 1 West End of airport Rescue 56 Rescue 47, Rescue 44 (relief) Rescue 91 Rescue 10, Rescue 37 (Relief) Rescue 67-Rescue Captain (Paramedic Supervisor) 2 Intersection of four runways Rescue 11, Rescue 9,Rescue 40 (Relief) Rescue 61 (Utility), Airboat 51, RHIB, Rescue 55 (40' long Firefighting/Rescue Boat) 3 South End of airport Rescue 33 Rescue 93 Rescue 12, Rescue 49 (relief), Rescue 41 (relief) Rescue 65 (Batt Chief) Disbanded fire companies[edit] Throughout the history of the San Francisco Fire Department there have been several fire companies which have been closed due to budget cuts and the restructuring of engine company numbers in 1972–1973. Engine Company 27 (356 7th St.): Disbanded July 1, 1976 Engine Company 30 (1300 4th St.): Disbanded July 1, 1976 Engine Company 45 (1348 45th Ave.): Disbanded September 26, 1972 Engine Company 46 (441 12th Ave.): Disbanded May 16, 1972 Engine Company 47 (499 41st Ave.): Disbanded May 25, 1973 Engine Company 49 (2155 18th Ave.): Disbanded July 20, 1972 Truck Company 20 (285 Olympia Way: Disbanded September 30, 1980 Division 1 (530 Sansome St.): Disbanded January 2, 2002 Battalion 5 (1443 Grove St.): August 30, 2003, Reinstated January 4, 2017 Battalion 11 (798 Wisconsin St.): Disbanded July 1, 1970 Salvage Company 1 (356 7th St.): Disbanded 1980 Salvage Company 2 (115 Drumm St.): Disbanded 1975 Salvage Company 3 (441 12th Ave.): Disbanded 1977 Salvage Company 4 (299 Vermont St.): Disbanded 1986


In popular culture[edit] San Francisco Fire Station 12 fire truck with Grateful Dead–inspired logo sticker The SFFD was the responding fire department to a major high-rise fire disaster in the 1974 film, The Towering Inferno. The film cast many actual firefighters from the department and used many actual SFFD fire trucks during the filming. Fire Station 38 was also shown in the filming. The exterior shots were done at the Bank of America Building, 555 California. Actor Steve McQueen was given a San Francisco Fire Department Honorary Battalion Chief badge #33 with ID in recognition for his accurate portrayal of San Francisco Battalion Fire Chief Mike O'Halloran. The SFFD was also used in the Dirty Harry film series, particularly Rescue Squad 2 in Dirty Harry. When a veteran SFFD firefighter is killed and Adrian Monk is blinded in a mysterious attack at a firehouse in the Monk episode "Mr. Monk Can't See a Thing", Monk must rely on his other senses to solve the bizarre case. In the course of the episode, he finds that the killer came to the firehouse to steal a fireman's coat and even finds that the man who blinded him had just beforehand killed a woman a few blocks away and set fire to her house (that fire was the one the engine company had been responding to when the murder at the firehouse took place). The depicted fire station, Fire Station 53, is a fictitious station. The exterior of the station was represented by Fire Station 1 of the Los Angeles Fire Department. In the Monk novel series by Lee Goldberg, Joe Cochran, Natalie Teeger's occasional lover, is an SFFD firefighter, making appearances in the novels Mr. Monk Goes to the Firehouse, Mr. Monk and the Two Assistants, and Mr. Monk in Outer Space. The SFFD was featured in two Emergency! television movies in 1978 and 1979, where L.A. County firefighter/paramedics Gage and DeSoto run calls with the firefighters of Rescue Squad 2. The NBC Television show Trauma followed the fictional lives of SFFD paramedics, EMTs and flight medics. The department is featured in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill. After San Francisco City Hall is set ablaze by the villainous Max Zorin in an attempt to kill Bond, the SFFD arrives on scene and assists Roger Moore's character in escaping the burning building and then ultimately "borrows" a SFFD ladder truck in order to outrun the police officers chasing him on the suspicion that his character set the blaze. The CBS television series Rescue 911's episode #107 the 4th segment featured the San Francisco Fire Department responding to an apartment fire and in one of the scenes, sparks shoot over a firetruck from a broken wire from a powerline. The station was Station #9, built in 1915.


References[edit] ^ "Annual Report 2012-2013 (FY)". San Francisco Fire Derpartment. Retrieved 4 March 2015.  ^ "Apparatus Inventory" (PDF). San Francisco Fire Department. Retrieved 5 March 2015.  ^ San Francisco Fire Department : Home ^ San Francisco Fire Department : About Us ^ "San Francisco Fire Department Apparatus Inventory" (PDF). San Francisco Fire Department - Fireboat Phoenix. Division of Training. pp. 84–85. Retrieved 5 March 2015.  ^ "San Francisco Fire Department Apparatus Inventory" (PDF). San Francisco Fire Department. Division of Training. pp. 83–84. Retrieved 5 March 2015.  ^ "New Fire Boat Joins San Francisco's Department". Retrieved 2016-08-09.  ^ "Media Advisories & PSAs | Fire Department". sf-fire.org. Retrieved 2016-08-09.  ^ Nolte, Carl (October 17, 2016). "SF welcomes new fireboat to fleet on anniversary of Loma Prieta". San Francisco Chronicle.  ^ http://www.sf-fire.org/index.aspx?page=176


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