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Station & Apparatus Information
Fire Stations
The department's facilities include fire stations and administrative offices. Each station is assigned to a fire management zone, which is a geographically based area of responsibility that represents their primary assigned emergency response district.

The department's Administrative offices are located in the Civic and Cultural Center at One Civic Center Circle. Being located in the same facility as other city departments, including Police, leads to an enhanced work relationship.

Station tours are available to the public and groups by appointment only, call 714-990-7655. There is however, an annual open house that is noticed in advance.

The Brea Fire Department has an internal equipment committee that identifies equipment needs, researches new equipment and tools, and makes recommendations for purchase. This applies to everything from small equipment to the purchase of new fire engines. The apparatus and equipment in the Brea Fire Department are generally of three types:
  • Engines and ladder trucks
  • Miscellaneous equipment
  • Staff cars and light trucks

Current Firefighting Apparatus
  • Engine 1, 2012 Pierce
  • Engine 3, 2003 KME 
  • Truck 1, 2006 Pierce Tiller 
  • Pierce Brush Engine Type III
  • Attack Unit 4, 1997 E-One
  • Battalion 1, 1999 Chevrolet Suburban
  • Utility Truck, 2002 Ford F-550
  • Station 1 Reserve Engine, E-One
  • Station 2 Reserve Engine, E-One
  • Battalion Chief Reserve Vehicle, 1990 Chevrolet Suburban

View photos of the department's current firefighting apparatus.

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