Station Location: Chinden Boulevard
Station Call Letters: WPJW744
Units in Quarters: Currently Not Staffed
History of Station 2
When the Cole-Collister Fire District was formed, a second station was built to serve the western part of t their district at 10895 West Emerald Street. In 1996, Boise Fire Department bought the station on Emerald Street, which became Station 11. North Ada County Fire (as the Cole-Collister Fire District was now called) built a new facility on Chinden Boulevard. In December of 2009, North Ada County merged with Boise Fire Department and County Station 2 became Boise Station 11. In October, 2010, due to lack of taxing bases from Garden City, the station became unmanned.
The station is occasionally used by the Boise Police and Fire deparments for meetings and training, but is currenly not a manned, functioning station. The Reserve Truck 5 is in storage at this faciliy.
|RESERVE TRUCK 5: A 1990 Simon/Ladder Towers Incorporated tillered 95-foot aerial truck. Both Simon/Duplex and Ladder Towers, Inc. (LTI) are non longer in business. The truck had an air intake grill put on the front in the late 1990's due to extreme overheating of the motor. However, that didn't prevent the truck from catching fire several times. It originally served as Truck 1. When Truck 1 moved from Station 1 to Station 7, and the new truck company came in, it was moved to Station 5. It now is in storage at Station 18. It will probably be disposed of when Truck 7 is replaced in the near future.|
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