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Station #3 - Burlington

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #3, located at 113 N. 5th St. in Burlington, is a 9,900 sq. ft. building, which houses one 75 ft. aerial 1,500 gpm pumper, one 750 gpm pumper/rescue, one 3,000 gallon tanker, and three grass/brush trucks. The building has two classrooms for training purposes. There are approximately 25 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #3.

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Station #4 - Gridley

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #4, located at 827 Main St. in Gridley, is a 6,000 sq. ft. building, which houses one 1,250 gpm pumper, one 3,000 gallon tanker, two grass/brush trucks, and a medical/rescue vehicle. The building has a large classroom for training purposes. There are approximately 20 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #4.

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Station #5 - LeRoy

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #5, located at 510 Main St. in LeRoy, is a 5,800 sq. ft. building, which houses one 1,250 gpm pumper, one 3,000 gallon tanker, three grass/brush trucks, and a medical/rescue vehicle. The building has a large classroom for training purposes. There are approximately 24 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #5.

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Station #6 - Lebo

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #6, located at 114 W. 3rd St. in Lebo, is a 5,600 sq. ft. building, which houses one 1,250 gpm pumper, one 3,000 gallon tanker, three grass/brush trucks, and a heavy-duty medical/rescue vehicle. The building has a classroom for training purposes. There are approximately 17 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #6.

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Station #7 - Waverly

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #7, located at 214 Pearson Ave. in Waverly, is a 6,600 sq. ft. building, which houses one 1,250 gpm pumper, one 3,000 gallon tanker, two grass/brush trucks, and a medical/rescue vehicle. The building has a classroom for training purposes. There are approximately 20 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #7.

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Station #8 - New Strawn

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #8, located at 301 W. Lake Rd. in New Strawn, is a 6,000 sq. ft. building, which houses one 1,250 gpm pumper, one 750 gpm pumper, one 3,000 gallon tanker, two grass/brush trucks, one medical/rescue vehicle, and one 1,500 gallon reserve tanker. The building has a classroom for training purposes. There are approximately 19 volunteer firefighters assigned to Station #8.

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Station #9 - Jacobs Creek

Coffey County Fire District #1 Station #9, located at 403 3rd St. in Jacobs Creek, near Hartford, is a 900 sq. ft. building, which houses two grass/brush trucks and a medical/rescue vehicle. There are approximately 9 volunteers assigned to Station #9.

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