Bostick Station, Oregonia Rd (Station 31)
This station was constructed in 1974 and is named after Hobart “Red” Bostick, the first Fire Chief of Turtlecreek Township. This station is staffed by volunteer fire fighters who respond to the station whenever there is a fire call. Station 31 houses four pieces of fire apparatus: One engine, two tankers and a brush truck. Tankers are used on the Eastern side of the township to supply water to fire scenes as there are no fire hydrants available. The station is located at 1255 Oregonia Rd.
Engine 31: 2007 Sutphen Engine
This engine is equipped for both structural fire fighting as well as rescue. Engine 31 carries a full set of rescue tools.
Tanker 31: 2009 International Tanker built by 4 Guys Fire Equipment
Tanker 31 has a 3000 gallon capacity and carries a matching sized dump tank. This Tanker is identical to Tanker 32.
Tanker 31-2: 1998 International Tanker built by 4 Guys Fire Equipment
Tanker 31-2 has a 3000 gallon capacity and carries a matching sized dump tank.
Brush 31: 2000 Chevrolet 4x4 pick-up truck with a 250 gallon capacity
This truck is used for fighting field and brush fires.