Center Township Fire Department

Station 2

The Town of Cincinnati is located 65 miles WSW of Indianapolis along IN-6 in Greene County. CTVFD was formed in 1984 and became a combination department in 2004. EVFD provides Fire, Rescue and Medical First-Responderr protection to.

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Center Fire Station - State Road 54 - Cincinnati, IN
This firehouse was originally built in 2003 with two additional bays added to the right side in 2009. It is home to all 8 frontline apparatus at Center.

Engine 21 - 2005 International/E-One Pumper (#131084) - 1250gpm/1000gal


Engine 21 - 2005 International/E-One Pumper (#131084) - 1250gpm/1000gal
Engine 1 and all eight Center apparatus respond from their station located along IN-54 just north of IN-45 in - Cincinnati, IN.

Rescue 2 - 2003 American LaFrance Metropolitan Rescue Pumper (L81216) - 1500gpm/750gal
R2 carries a set of Amkus extrication tools, struts, air bags, cribbing, an 8kw generator, EMS gear, a 12,000lb winch in the bumper, a light tower and rope rescue gear. This apparatus was purchased from Brindlee Mt. (who did some paint work, added compartments in the hose bed and moved the generator from a compartment to up top) in early 2016. It is unknown where this apparatus originally served.

Rescue 2 - 2003 American LaFrance Metropolitan Rescue Pumper (L81216) - 1500gpm/750gal


Ladder 2 - 1983 Pierce Arrow (#E-1240)/1984 LTI 75ft Aerial - 1500gpm/300gal
This apparatus previously served Hampton Bays on Long Island, NY and then Holmes, Pennsylvania. It was purchased by Center in 2009.

Ladder 2 - 1983 Pierce Arrow (#E-1240)/1984 LTI 75ft Aerial - 1500gpm/300gal


Tanker 2 - 2004 Chevy C6500/RPI/1993 S&S - 500gpm/1800gal
This apparatus was acquired from Command Fire in December 2016, in trade for both former Engine 22 and old Rescue 2. These apparatus were literally traded 2 for 1 and no additional money changed hands! The rig previously served Ravenna Twp, Ohio. The body work and pump are 1993 S&S; RPI installed a new tank and remounted it in 2004. The old Tanker 2 was actually retired in 2013, so for three years, there was no Tanker 2 at Center.

Tanker 2 - 2004 Chevy C6500/RPI/1993 S&S - 500gpm/1800gal


Support 2 - 2004 Ford F-550/S&S - 300gpm/350gal/50gal Foam
This apparatus previously served as Brush 2. It now responds as the 2nd-due for both medical and brush calls. It also pulls Kubota Off-Road 2 seen below.

Brush 2 - 1977 Dodge W300/2010 FD Custom - HP/125gal


Off Road 2 - Kubota ATV - HP/150gal


Squad 2 - 2016 Ford Expedition - Medical QRV
This truck responds first-due for all medical emergencies at Center Fire. It is certified as BLS non-transport.

Squad 21 - 2006 Ford Expedition - Medical QRV