Noblesville Fire Department
Station 77 - "The House of Rock"

The City of Noblesville is located at the crossroads of IN-37 and IN-32 in central Hamilton County. The Noblesville Fire Department includes more than 130 career firefighters who respond from 7 fire stations. NFD provides Fire, Tactical Rescue, ALS and Hazmat protection to 41,000 residents and 55 square miles including the City and Township of Noblesville.

Station 73 - Greenfield Avenue (IN-238) at IN-37

Noblesville Fire Department Station 77- 15251 Olio Road
Opened on August 8, 2009, Station 77 protects a mix of rural, commercial and residential areas on the city's far east side. With a patio view of the neighboring Verizon Wireless Music Center, Station 77 is a great place to take in the music between runs on a summer evening. This Ladder-only station responds to the Hamilton Town Center, several commercial buildings and apartments and 4 miles portions of I-69. Eventually, this firehouse will likely house a separate Engine Company as well.

 
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Ladder 77 - 2009 HME 1871/Rosenbauer Quint with 109ft Aerial - 1500gpm/750gal
L-77 is an incredibly well-equipped Quint that can respond to virtually any incident on the city's far eastside. It's crews serve their
own primary area as an Engine Company. However, they also serve as a Ladder Company across the eastern portion of Noblesville.
 
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Ladder 77 - 2009 HME 1871/Rosenbauer Quint with 109ft Aerial - 1500gpm/750gal
 
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Ladder 77 - 2009 HME 1871/Rosenbauer Quint with 109ft Aerial - 1500gpm/750gal
 
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Reserve Engine 78 - 1991 Pierce Dash Pumper - 1000gpm/1000gal
During the first two weeks after this station opened, E78 served as their frontline apparatus while the crews trained on their
new Ladder Truck.
 
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Reserve Engine 78 - 1991 Pierce Dash Pumper - 1000gpm/1000gal

 



Noblesville Fire Department

Hamilton County Professional Fire Fighters Local 4416