The Glendale Firehouse is located at 424 N. Sappington Rd. The station was built in 2018, replacing our engine house that was built in 1926, and is located next to city hall and the police station.
1414 is the main rescue pumper used by the Glendale Fire Department, it is a 2018 KME with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 500 gallon water tank and battery operated rescue tools, and a light tower. 1414 responds to fires, vehicle accidents, emergency medical calls and more.
1490 is the reserve fire engine for the city, it is a 1999 Pierce with a 1250 gallon per minute pump, and a 500 gallon water tank, and hydraulic rescue tools.
1419 is used as an equipment and personnel mover. It is used as means to get extra personnel to emergency scenes, carry supplies, and pull equipment trailers.
1400 is the Fire Chief vehicle. This vehicle is used for incident command at emergency calls and for administrative purposes.