Overland Park Fire Department – Station 6

"In 2014, the cities of Merriam and Overland Park began a unique collaborative agreement. The Overland Park Fire Department began providing Merriam an advanced-life support (ALS) paramedic and a medical quick-response vehicle. In return, Merriam has provided fire coverage for the northern-most parts of Overland Park.

Merriam’s twenty-one fire department employees became part of Overland Park Fire, but the City of Merriam retains ownership of the fire station and all fire equipment for use by the OP firefighters.

All of the trucks, equipment, and even uniforms will be marked in a manner that identifies both Merriam Fire and Overland Park Fire departments.

The unique partnership will save both cities money. Merriam officials estimate it may save half a million dollars over the course of the ten year contract. Overland Park fire officials estimate the arrangement will save their city $120,000 per year, in contract costs – all while maintaining the heightened service provisions of the ALS first response in both locations." - Merriam KS Website


Engine 46

2021 Pierce Velocity
GPM: 1,500
Gallons: 750
Serial #: 35274

Truck 46

2019 Pierce Velocity 107'
GPM: 1,500
Gallons: 500
Serial #: 33662

Reserve Engine 426

2011 Pierce Velocity
GPM: 1,500
Gallons: 720
Serial #: 24431
Ex: Merriam Fire Department Engine 61

Reserve Engine 422

2001 E-One Cyclone
GPM: Unknown
Gallons: Unknown
Serial #: Unknown

Squad 46

2014 Chevy Tahoe

Former Reserve Engine 426

2001 E-One Cyclone/Spartan Advantage II
GPM: 1,250
Gallons: 750
Serial #: 123815
Ex: Merriam Fire Department Engine 61 and Engine 621

Former Truck 46

2004/2008 E-One Cyclone II 95'
GPM: 2,000
Gallons: 300
Serial #: Unknown
Ex: Merriam Fire Department Truck 61