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Welcome to Station #11

 

Fire Station #11 is currently located at 3400 W Luke Street. The fire station is housed in a Lincoln Municipal Airport Authority building on the West ramp of the Lincoln Municipal Airport. Fire Engine #11 is always staffed with three, sometimes four, firefighters. The crew consists of a fire captain, fire apparatus operator, firefighter, and or a firefighter/paramedic. Lincoln Fire & Rescue (LF&R) personnel work 24/7/365 with three shifts; each shift works 24 hours at a time.

Fire Station #11 personnel provide all hazards services which include emergency medical and fire suppression services to the Airpark neighborhood approximately 350 responses per year. In 2000, a backup ambulance was placed at Fire Station #11 and personnel began responding to all life threatening medical emergencies in and around the Airpark area using this ambulance. This allows for efficient and effective medical transport services.

In addition to these duties, Fire Station #11 personnel are responsible for daily department staffing and scheduling public education events. Other services include business inspections, over 60 were completed in 2013.

In order to better serve you, station personnel completed over 1,300 hours in annual training in 2013 in subjects such as fire suppression, emergency medicine, and hazardous materials mitigation.

In the near future, we hope to provide better service to the families, businesses, and business patrons through quicker response as there are preliminary plans to relocate closer to residential neighborhoods. We take great pride in being the Airpark protectors. We know we will get help from fellow brothers and sisters if we need it but we are the first responders to Airpark. We are your dedicated and proud professionals ready to be the first to address any emergency in and around Air Park Fire Station.

We are your fire station, we are always open to help with any questions, give you a tour, or take your blood pressure.

 
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