January 5, 2017: Foam 1 arrived from SSV today! See Station 1 for details!
January 6, 2017: Rescue 2 arrived from Pierce MFG. See Station 2 for details!
February-March 2017: Many new apparatus have been placed in service; see station pages for more information!
March 10, 2017: Hazmat 1 was involved in a MVA and is totaled. Fortunately, no firefighters were hurt, however, the apparatus is a total loss. New HM 1 will be sent out to bid soon. As of right now, the Hazmat team will be running out of Mobile Lab 1 as their primary unit, with Rescue 1 and Rescue 2 providing additional support.
April-May 2017: New apparatus have been delivered! See Station pages for updates!
May 2017: Incidents page has been added! Updates to follow soon!
June 2017: The Safety Battalion has been dismantled and reorganized due to the high number of calls within the city. The Safety Battalion, which used to consist of a Safety Battalion and an aide per shift, will now be integrated into the three battalions. Therefore, each battalion will have a battalion chief, a safety captain, and an aide.
June 2017: Truck 7, which is a 2017 Pierce Quantum/95' Aerialscope will be relegated to Station 2, where it will be established as a new company, Rescue Platform 2. Truck 7 will be replaced by a used 1998 Simon Duplex 100' tiller. Although the "new" tiller is much older than the current rig, it contains the space required for truck company operations. Also, the previous owners took excellent care of the rig, but the rig will be sent to the local dealer for a complete refurbishment of the compartments, ladder certification, and engine block replacement. Station 2 is also receiving a brand new rig, Heavy Rescue 2. This will replace the crane function of US&R 2. The crane of US&R 2 will be removed and roof compartments will be installed by the shop mechanics. US&R Task Force 2 will now be responsible for three apparatus (US&R 2, Rescue Platform 2, and Heavy Rescue 2).
July 2017: New companies have been established to alleviate calls in the Third Battalion. These include Squad 9 and Truck 9. See Station 9 for more details.
July 17, 2017: Truck 9 is now in service at Station 9! The new apparatus will be paired with the 2006 KME triple combination and will run as Light Force 9.
July 18, 2017: Truck 7 is now in service! The 1998 Simon Duplex will replace the 2016 Pierce Quantum Aerialscope, which will move to Station 2 where it will serve as Rescue Platform 2.
July 20, 2017: Heavy Rescue 2 is now in service! See Station 2 for more details!
July 23, 2017: Squad 9 and Engine 202 have been updated! See Station 9 and Station 2 for more details!
July 29, 2017: Check out LAcoFD Engine 105, featured under the Mutual Aid tab!
July 30, 2017: Rescue 2 is now in service again after receiving updates! See Station 2 for details!
July 31, 2017: Engine 204 has been updated! Check out Station 4 for more details!
August 7, 2017: Reserve Rescue 509 is ready for service! See Station 9 for details!
August 10, 2017: Hazmat 1a has received their new rig! Check out Station 1 for more details!
August 11, 2017: US&R 2 has received their updated rig! Check out Station 2 for more details! Also, check out Station 8 and Station 9 to view updates to Engine 208 and Engine 209, respectively.
August 12, 2017: Various stations has been updated. Check out Station 3, 6, 7, and 10 for more details!
August 19, 2017: Station 2 received a huge update! Check out the details!
August 22, 2017: Engine 5 and Engine 205 have been updated!
August 27, 2017: Studington Fire & Rescue Engine 11 is on the website!
September 4, 2017: Studington Fire & Rescue Hazmat 11 is on the website!
September 5, 2017: Studington Fire & Rescue Hazmat 11a is on the website!
September 9, 2017: Studington Fire & Rescue Truck 11 and EMS 11 are on the website! New Battalion Chief vehicles for Castle Beach and Los Angelego County are also on the website!
September 19, 2017: Five engines have been updated! Check out Stations 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8 for more details!
September 28, 2017: Multiple apparatus have been updated!
October 2, 2017: Foam 1 and Rescue Platform 1 have been updated!
October 7, 2017: Tactical Rescue 8 has been delivered! See Station 8 for more details!
October 16, 2017: Mobile Ventilation Unit 9 has been delivered! See Station 9 for details!
November 4, 2017: Foam 10 has been delivered!
November 8, 2017: Foam 110, Medic 1, and Battalion 5 have all been added to the site!
November 10, 2017: Mt Studstown Truck 22 has been added to the site!
November 21, 2017: Los Angelego County Fire Department has received their brand new Truck 105!
November 25, 2017: Brick Mawr Truck 43 and Pasalego Engine 69 have been added to the website!