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MALDEN FIRE DEPARTMENT
MALDEN, MASSACHUSETTS

Population: 53,884 Area: 5.12 sq miles Ambulance Provider: Cataldo Ambulance Svc
Call Volume: 8,309 Dept Type: Full Time
# of Members: 122 Shift Rotation: 24s Shift Staffing: 27, min 21
Official Website - Malden Firefighters L-902Frequency: 482.0125/pl 179.9
Fireground- 482.1875 PL 141.3
Dispatched by: Firefighter at HQ
Apparatus Manning:
E1, E2, E3, E4, L1, L3- 1 officer/2 or 3 Firefighters
C2- Shift Deputy/Aide
Captains assiged to E1 and E3. E2, E4, L1 and L3 have lieutenants for officers
FIRE STATIONS
STATION
LOCATION
PHOTOS
Headquarters Station80 Salem Street -
Station 24 Laurel Street (closed due to building problems)
Station 3332 Pleasant Street
Station 45 Overlook Ridge Drive Shared with Revere Fire
FIRE SUPPRESSION / RESCUE
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
STA
PHOTOS
Engine 1 2014 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/750 1
Engine 21998 Pierce Dash 1500/750 (refurb 2009/exE3)1
Engine 32010 Pierce Arrow XT 1500/7503
Engine 42007 Pierce Dash 1500/750 (ex E2)4
Spare Engine 1998 Pierce Dash 1500/750 (rsv/refurb 2009, exE1) DPW
Ladder 1 2014 Pierce Arrow XT 105' RMA 1
Ladder 32001 Pierce Dash 105 RMA 3
SUPPORT/COMMAND
UNIT ID
SPECIFICATIONS
STATION
PHOTOS
Car 1Ford Crown Victoria Chief1
Car 22007 Chevy Suburban Deputy Chief1
Ex Car 2Training Division- Chevy Tahoe1
Fire Prevention2010 Chevy1
K1Dodge Neon Fire Prevention1
Fire Investigation Ford ex ambulance (ex Cataldo) 1
Fire Alarm Maintbucket truck1NO PHOTO
Maintenance 12005 Chevy4
RETIRED VEHICLES / FORMER STATIONS
DESCRIPTION
PHOTOS
Former Edgeworth Station- Ladder 3 and Combination E
Station 3- 176 Pearl Street. App in photo: L3's 42 Seagrave and E3's 56 Mack B
Station 4- Ashland Street (restored and privately owned as of 2014)
Station 6- 139 Oliver Street
Combination A- 1928 Seagrave
Engine 1- Vintage photo taken in 1922 of E1 turning north on to Main Street
Engine 1- 1927 SeagraveNO PHOTO
Engine 1- 1959 American LaFranceNO PHOTO
Engine 1- 1966 Mack C Pumper (shown in sander configurationNO PHOTO
Engine 1- 1980 Mack CF (ex E6)
Engine 1- 1984 Maxim 1250/500
Engine 2- 1959 Mack B 1000/300
Engine 2- 1987 Mack CF 1250/500
Engine 2- 1985 Pierce Dash 1500/500 (ex Chelsea)(refurb 2003)
Engine 3- 1955 Mack B 750 GPM
Engine 3- 1977 Mack CF 1000/500
Engine 4- 1955 Mack B 750 GPM
Engine 4- 1977 Mack CF 1250/500
Engine 4/Engine 5- 1989 Mack CF/Kovatch 1250/500 (refurb 2003, retired 2015)
Engine 5- 1960 GMC/Robinson/Lacey high pressure unit. NO PHOTO
Engine 6- 1955 Mack B 750 GPMNO PHOTO
Engine 6- 1980 Mack CF (last rig before company disbanded in 1991)
Engine 7- 1978 Mack CF 1250/750 (exE4) NO PHOTO
Ladder 1- 1929 Seagrave 85' TDA
Ladder 1- 1959 American LaFrance 100' TDA (would later have 1981 Hendrickson cab)
Ladder 1- 1977 Hendrickson cab/1959 American LaFrance 100' TDA
Ladder 1- 1997 Pierce 105’ RMA
Ladder 2- 1919 Seagrave
Ladder 2- 1942 Seagrave 65'
Ladder 2- 1976 Mack/Thibault 100' MMA
Ladder 3- 1942 Seagrave 65' MMA -
Ladder 3- 1988 Seagrave 100' TDA
Tower Ladder 3- 1971 Mack CF/Baker 75' Aerialscope
Rescue 1- 1956 Mack B rescue/lighting
Rescue 1- 1980 Mack MC/Swab heavy rescue
Rescue 1- 1995 International/E-One walk-through
(company disbanded, sold to Somerville in 2015)



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