Westfield/Washington
Fire Department - Station 82

"Protectors of the Village"

The City of Westfield is located 20 miles north of Indianapolis along US-31 and IN-32 in northern Hamilton County. WFD has a rich heritage of nearly 100 years of service to the community. The department was incorporated in 1954 and hired its first career firefighters in 1978. This combination department provides Fire, Rescue, Hazmat and ALS protection to the City of Westfield and Washington Township.

Station 82 located on the Town's southside at 151st Street at US-31

Station 82 - 1920 East 151st Street
Located adjacent to Cool Creek Park, Station 82 is located on the town's southside beside the busy US-31 commercial corridor.
This firehouse is currently home to Engine 82 and ALS Ambulance 82.

 
Engine 82 - 2005 American LaFrance Eagle Custom Pumper 1250gpm/750gal
Engine 82 - 2005 American LaFrance Eagle Rescue Pumper 1250gpm/750gal
 
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Engine 82 - 2005 American LaFrance Eagle Rescue Pumper 1250gpm/750gal
Engines 82 & 81 were twin American LaFrance Eagles delivered in the spring of 2005. They carry considerably more
equipment and provide greater safety and comfort to the firefighters at Westfield than the apparatus they replaced.
 
Ambulance 82 - 2002 Freightliner/Med-Tec
Ambulance 82 - 2001 Freightliner/American LaFrance Medic Master
This rare rig was one of very few (if not the only) ALF ambulances built allowed to be built on an International chassis after
Freightliner purchased American LaFrance.
 
Ambulance 82 - 2002 Freightliner/Med-Tec
Ambulance 82 - 2001 Freightliner/American LaFrance Medic Master
For years Riverview Hospital provided Paramedic Service to the citizens of Westfield, However, WFD now runs it's own
Advance Life Support program with Paramedics on each of their two Ambulances.

Westfield Fire Department

Hamilton County Professional Fire Fighters Local 4416