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Cincinnati Fire Department - Station 9

4379 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH 45229

This station is located in Bond Hill.  When built, it became the first new fire station in the city since Station 20 was built in 1982.  The larger station allowed Squad 9 to be established as the second heavy rescue company in Cincinnati.  The new company was organized in 2007 when Ladder 14 was disbanded.  The station is built to the U.S. Green Building Council LEED standard and became the first public building in the city certified to this standard.

- District 3
- Built in 2008






Engine 9 - 2011 Spartan / Rosenbauer (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 11672

- Additional Photos







Rescue 9 - 2008 Spartan / Rosenbauer (Heavy Rescue)
Shop# 81710

- Additional Photos







Medic 9 - 2017 Ford / Braun / Emergency Vehicles Plus (ALS Ambulance)
Shop# 71452

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Engine 9 - 2005 Sutphen (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)
Shop# 61683

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Squad 9 - 1998 Spartan / Ferrara (Heavy Rescue)
Shop# 71710

- This apparatus originally served Squad 52 (subsequently Squad 14 and now Heavy Rescue 14) - it is now a reserve rescue.






Medic 9 - 2013 Ford / Braun (ALS Ambulance)
Shop# 21451

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Current Apparatus
Retired Apparatus
Current Station 9 - Additional Photos
Previous Station 9 / Historical Apparatus
Previous Station 9 - Circa 1960
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For additional retired apparatus see the previous Station 9 page
News / Updates:

04/17 - Medic 9 received a new Emergency Vehicles Plus ambulance. It is a remount of a Braun boxe on a new Ford F-450 chassis.

12/11 - Engine 9 placed into service a new pumper truck from Rosenbauer.  It is on a Spartan chassis.