Fire Stations

Station 31 - 9609 Lee Blvd.

Station 31

Fire Station #31 was constructed in 1949 and is located at 9609 Lee Blvd. The station was built by Kroh Brothers on land they donated. Construction of the station cost $19,245 which was financed through the first bond issue in the City. Since it was initially constructed with two apparatus bays, two additional bays have been added, one on either side of the original building. Other changes over the years include an emergency generator and vehicle exhaust removal system. In addition, the living quarters have been updated to include a new training room, kitchen, exercise room, and individual sleeping quarters. On August 19, 2002, Mayor Peggy Dunn issued a proclamation declaring Fire Station #1 a historic structure. A Captain and 2-3 firefighters are currently assigned to Fire Station #31 to staff Engine 31. In addition, Engine 30, the ceremonial use 1949 Ford Central Pumper which was Leawood’s first fire truck, is housed at Station 31 along with a utility pick-up.

Apparatus - Equipment

Engine 31

Engine 31 is a 2011 Pierce Velocity PUC with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 500 gallon booster tank, and a compressed air/foam system (CAFS) for improved fire suppression. This apparatus also carries medical equipment including a monitor/defibrillator. Other significant equipment includes vehicle extrication equipment, rescue equipment, gas monitoring equipment, and a thermal imaging camera for locating trapped victims or firefighters.

Utility 31

Utility 31 is a 2005 Ford F250 Diesel 4×4 that is used to pull Boat 31 and ATV 31.

Boat 31 and ATV 31

Boat 31 is an inflatable boat with a 25 HP outboard motor used for water rescue. ATV 31 is an all-terrain rescue vehicle capable of carrying three rescuers plus a patient on a stretcher.

Engine 30

Engine 30, a 1949 Ford Central Pumper, was Leawood’s first fire engine.  It was restored in 2008 and is now used for display and public education.

Station 32 - 12701 Mission Road

Station 32

Fire Station #32 is located at 12701 Mission Road and was opened in the spring of 1978. An extensive remodel of Station #32 was completed in the first quarter of 2004. It included changes to the exterior, completely updated living quarters, training room, kitchen, exercise room, and individual sleeping quarters. The station is also equipped with an emergency generator and a vehicle exhaust removal system. A Captain, Lieutenant, and 4-5 firefighters are currently assigned to Station #32 to staff Engine 32 and Truck 32. The Shift Commander’s office and sleeping quarters along are also located here. In addition, Johnson County Med-Act has an Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance with two (2) Paramedics located at Fire Station #32.

Apparatus - Equipment

Engine 32

Engine 32 is a 2011 Pierce Velocity PUC with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 500 gallon booster tank, and a compressed air/foam system (CAFS) for improved fire suppression. This apparatus also carries medical equipment including a monitor/defibrillator. Other significant equipment includes vehicle extrication equipment, rescue equipment, gas monitoring equipment, and a thermal imaging camera for locating trapped victims or firefighters.

Truck 32

Truck 32 is a 2017 Pierce Dash with a 100′ aerial platform ladder, a 2000 gallon per minute pump, and a 300 gallon booster tank. This apparatus also carries medical equipment including a monitor/defibrillator. Other significant equipment includes vehicle extrication equipment, rescue equipment, gas monitoring equipment, and a thermal imaging camera for locating trapped victims or firefighters.

Truck 322 (Reserve)

Truck 322 is a 2002 Pierce Dash with a 2000 GPM pump, a 100’ ladder platform, and a 300 gallon booster tank. Truck 322 is a fully equipped apparatus that can be staffed by callback personnel if needed. In Addition, Truck 322 is ready whenever the frontline unit, Truck 32, must be taken out of service for mechanical reasons, including preventative maintenance.

Battalion 32

Battalion 32 is a 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe 4×4 operated by the Shift Commander. Battalion 32 is equipped with incident command equipment, portable radios, and basic life support equipment, including oxygen and an automatic external defibrillator (AED).

Station 33 - 14801 Mission Road

Station 33

Fire Station #33 and the Fire Administrative Offices are located at 14801 Mission Road. This state of the art facility was completed in the summer of 2002 and includes spacious living quarters, a training room, a completely equipped exercise room, and individual sleeping quarters. Fire Station #33 also has an emergency generator and vehicle exhaust removal system, as well as a washer/extractor which is used for cleaning the contaminants from turnout gear after a fire. A Captain and 2-3 firefighters are assigned to Fire Station #33 to staff Quint 33. Other response equipment located at this station includes Utility 36 and an 18′ trailer which carries a 14′ Zodiac boat and a Polaris Ranger 6X6. Engine 33, the department’s mechanical reserve apparatus, is also located here.

The Fire Administration offices are located on the upper level of Fire Station #33. This area includes offices for the Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, Training Chief, Fire Marshal, Fire Prevention Specialist, and the Administrative Assistant. In addition, the administration area includes a plan review area, conference room, and break room.

Apparatus - Equipment

Quint 33

Quint 33 is a 2020 Pierce Velocity PUC with a 1500 GPM pump, a 75’ ladder, and a 500 gallon booster tank. This apparatus also carries medical equipment including a monitor/defibrillator. Other significant equipment includes vehicle extrication equipment, rescue equipment, gas monitoring equipment, and a thermal imaging camera for locating trapped victims or firefighters.

Quint 332 (Reserve)

Quint 332 is a 2007 Pierce Dash with a 2000 GPM pump, a 75′ ladder, and a 500 gallon booster tank. Quint 332 is a fully equipped apparatus that can be staffed by callback personnel if needed. In Addition, Quint 332 is ready whenever the frontline unit, Quint 33, must be taken out of service for mechanical reasons, including preventative maintenance.

Engine 33 (Reserve)

Engine 33 is a 2008 Pierce Velocity with a 1500 gallon per minute pump, a 500 gallon booster tank and a compressed air/foam system (CAFS) for improved fire suppression. Engine 33 is a fully equipped engine that can be staffed by callback personnel if needed. In addition, Engine 33 is ready whenever a front line unit must be taken out of service for mechanical reasons, including preventive maintenance.

Utility 33

Utility 33 is a 2011 Ford F350 Diesel 4×4 that is used to pull Boat 33.

Boat 33

Boat 33 is rigid hull inflatable boat with a 60 HP outboard motor used for water rescue.

Utility 35

Utility 35 is a 2017 Ford Transit Connect which is used by the Fire Prevention Captain for inspections and investigations.