Kansas City Kansas Fire Department – Station 16

Station 16 is located just west of S. 55th St. and north of Metropolitan Ave. The station faces west.

Station History

"Shawnee Township Volunteer Fire Dept. was formed in 1941, at the same time as the Quindaro and Wyandotte Township Fire Departments. The Township built their first station at S. 18th and Steele Rd., and the second was at S. 55th St. and Metropolitan Ave. The stations were both built out of stone and were a one-bay station. These two stations served the rural Shawnee Township areas of Turner and south of Argentine from 1941 until 1967. After the annexation of the township into Kansas City, KS, Station #2 (S. 55th and Metropolitan Ave.) was renumbered to KCKFD Station #16. The back-living quarters were added on to the east side of the station to allow the KCKFD firefighters a place to sleep during their shifts. The station and its firefighters have been serving the Turner area, out of the same stone one-bay station, for 76 years. "
- Provided by Historical Society of the Kansas City Kansas Fire Department

 

Pumper 16

2009 Pierce Arrow XT
GPM: 1,250
Gallons: 500
Serial #: 22121
Ex: KCKFD Pumper 1/Pumper 4


Former Pumper 16

2007 HME 1871/Ferrara
GPM: 1,250
Gallons: 500
Serial #: H-3477