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  • El Segundo Fire Station 2

Fire Station 2

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El Segundo Fire Station 2
2261 E. Mariposa Avenue
El Segundo, CA 90245

Fire Station #2 has been referred to as the "Farm House" given the original location of the station was off of El Segundo Boulevard with a farm as a neighbor. Today it's located in a highly developed commercial and industrial area with the Los Angeles Lakers as a neighbor. Quite a move up in the neighborhood! Eight firefighters respond out of the station and staff Engine 32, Truck 32 and Rescue 32. A majority of calls are to the high rise buildings, large industrial complexes and the busy business centers that cause the population to swell to over 65,000 additional people who work in the City.

Engine 32
Engine 32

  • 2007 Pierce Quantum 1750 GPM Pumper
  • Front Line Engine located at Fire Station 2

Tiller 32
Truck 32

  • 2014 Pierce 105’ Arrow XT
  • Aerial Quint TDA (Tractor Drawn Aerial)
  • 1500 GPM PUC (Pierce Ultimate Configuration) pump

Rescue 32
Rescue 32

  • 2019 Ford F-450 ALS (Advanced Life Support) Rescue Ambulance built by Braun
  • Staffed with two Firefighter Paramedics


  • 2019 Ford F-250 4WD
  • Used as REMS (Rapid Extraction Module Support)-Truck
  • Used to support USAR incidents with personnel and equipment transport
  • Used to rescue injured Firefighters on brush/wildland fire incidents


  • 2005 Spartan/Hackney USAR (Urban Search and Rescue)
  • CA OES Type I Heavy status

Engine 34
Engine 34

  • 1993 Pierce Lance Pumper
  • 1750 GPM (Gallon Per Minute) pump