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Woodlawn Fire Department

Station 96
10121 Springfield Pike
Woodlawn, OH 45215

The Village of Woodlawn is a small, primarily residential community of 2,800 located northwest of Cincinnati.  The community was serviced by the Cincinnati Fire Department until 1926, when the Woodlawn Men's Club was established and took over fire service.  The present department was formed in 1942, and became a full-time 24/7 department in 1995.  The current station was built in 1977.






Engine 96 - Sutphen










Engine 296 - 2000 Sutphen (1500 GPM / 750 Gallon Tank)










Quint 96 - 1996 Sutphen (75' Aerial / 1500 GPM / 400 Gallon Tank)










Medic 96 - 2012 International / Horton (ALS Ambulance)

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Brush 96 - 1995 Ford F-250 (300 GPM / 200 Gallon Tank)

- Photo courtesy Woodlawn Fire Dept








Gator 96 - John Deere

- Photo courtesy Woodlawn Fire Dept














Rescue 96 - 1994 HME / Ferrara (1500 GPM / 500 Gallon Tank)

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy








Engine -

- Photo courtesy unknown photographer









Engine - 1948 Mack (750 GPM / 375 Gallon Tank)

- This is the department's first apparatus








Quint - 1959 IH / John Bean (65' Aerial / 1500 GPM / 300 Gallon Tank)

- Photo courtesy Steve Hagy








Medic 96 - 2002 Ford / Wheeled Coach (ALS Ambulance)

- Larger Image







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