Indianapolis Fire Department
Engine - Ladder - Tactical Rescue - Medic
|Indianapolis Fire Department Station
64 - 1925 West Edgewood Avenue
Completed in late 2004, this firehouse offered a dramatically larger home for the 64's. Built by the residents of Perry Township,
it now protects the city's far southwest side along IN-37.
| Engine 64 - 2005 E-One Typhoon Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal
This apparatus was originally assigned as Perry Township Engine 663 on the southeast side. Due to it's larger tank capacity,
it was reassigned in October 2008 as Engine 64, which has a mixed residential, industrial and rural district.
|Engine 64 - 2005 E-One Typhoon Pumper - 1500gpm/1000gal|
|Tactical 64 -
Typhoon Heavy Rescue (#132137)
In August 2008, this rig entered service as the department's first true Heavy Rescue. It was designated Strike Rig 61. When
PTFD merged with IFD in August 2009, this apparatus was reassigned as a Tactical Rescue for Heavy Extrication on the city's
southside. It now responds as Tac 64 from Station 64.
|Tactical 64 - 2007 E-One Typhoon Heavy Rescue (#132137)|
|Ladder 64 - 1998 Simon Duplex/LTI 75' Rear-mount ladder
As shown here, this apparatus previously served as Ladder 30 until it was reassigned in October 2009.
|Ladder 64 - 1998 Simon Duplex/LTI
75' Rear-mount ladder
Ladder 64 is the only remaining Simon-Duplex ladder serving in the frontline at the IFD fleet.
|Medic 64 - 2003 Ford E-350/Braun
Perry Township is one of several departments south of Indianapolis that utilize Rural/Metro as their ALS/BLS
Transport service. PTFD has three rigs stationed at 62's, 63's and 64's for dedicated response within their district.
|Indianapolis Fire Department Station 64 - 1925 West Edgewood Avenue|