STATION 91: lake wenatchee
21696 Lake Wenatchee Hwy.
Leavenworth, WA 98826
David Millard - Lieutenant
Station Number: 509-763-3034
Business Hours: M-F 8:30-2:15
Station 91 is the Headquarters for LWFR and is located North of the Lake Wenatchee State Park. The station currently is on a 40 year lease from the Lake Wenatchee State Park and was founded in 1986.
Station 91 covers the areas of Lake Wenatchee, Fish Lake, White River Road, Chiwaukum, Coles Corner, Nason Creek, Winton, Merritt, and East Stevens Pass.
Station 91 currently houses six apparatus and equipment. This station is staffed with the Fire Chief, Deputy Chief, Captain, 2 Lieutenants, two Volunteer Firefighter/EMTs, two Volunteer Firefighters, and four Seasonal Firefighters during the Summer. LWFR utilizes two command vehicles for 24 hour coverage around the district.
Chief 91 - Is a 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 that is operated by the Fire Chief.
Battalion 91 - Is a 2016 Chevrolet Suburban 4x4 that is operated by the Command Officer.
Engine 91 - 2010 Rosenbauer Spartan Pumper 4x4. Type 1 and Interface Engine. Equipped with a 1,250 gallon per minute pump and a 750 gallon tank.
Tender 91 - 1995 Ford E-One. Type 3 Water Tender. Equipped with a 300 gallon per minute pump and a 1,850 gallon tank.
Brush 91H - 2002 Freightliner. Type 4 Brush Heavy. Equipped with a 150 gallon per minute pump and a 750 gallon tank.
Reserve Apparatus - 1995 Ford F-350 4x4. Support/Rehab.
Utility 91 - 1995 Ford F-350 4x4. Type 6 Brush. Currently being used as a Utility Vehicle to tow the Snowmobile Rescue Response Equipment.
SAR 91 - The LWFR Snowmobile Trailer was generously donated by a member of the community. The trailer currently has two Snowmobiles and a Toboggan used for Snowmobile Rescues.
Heavy Equipment 91 - 2019 Bandit Chipper. LWFR received the Bandit Chipper through a $50,000 Grant from the Department of Ecology to help with fuels mitigation.