Station 13 opened its doors at 6350 Town Center Drive in July 2014, filling a significant gap in emergency response to the city's far-east side. The station boasts a number of "green" features, including a patio garden, and houses special equipment ready to be deployed at a moment's notice.
- Engine 13 – a 2013 Pierce Quantum Engine with a 1500 gallons-per-minute fire pump and 500-gallon water tank along with ground ladders, fire hose, and tools. In addition, Engine 13 carries emergency medical equipment including a defibrillator, oxygen, and immobilization gear.
- 1 Lieutenant, station officer
- 1 Apparatus Engineer (driver) operating the engine
- 2 Firefighters staffing the engine
Fire Stations 6, 7, 11, 12, and 13 have community rooms available for meetings. Please refer to our Policy for Use of Fire Station Meeting Rooms. To reserve a room, contact Dawn Turner at 608-261-9829.
Station Thirteen's News
Peer Support Program Offers A Helping Hand To First Responders Coping With Stress, Trauma Posted 01/24/2019It’s a chilling reality: First responders are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. Read more »
Meet Firefighter Tom Shannon Posted 10/19/2018Seventeen new firefighters now serve at a fire station near you! Get to know them by subscribing to the MFD Blog. Where are you stationed? Station 13 (Town Center Drive) on the B shift Read more »
Meet Lieutenant David Crossen II Posted 07/09/2018Four new lieutenants were recently promoted at the MFD. Get to know them all week long on the MFD Blog! Where are you stationed? I am currently assigned to Station 13 on the B shift. Read more »
Meet Medical Director Dr. Megan Gussick Posted 06/14/2018Read more »
'Tactical Athlete' Program Aims To Reduce Injuries, Maximize Performance Posted 04/27/2018When a firefighter is injured, it’s critical they make a fast and thorough recovery before returning to duty. Not only does the community depend on a healthy workforce to perform heroic tasks at a moment’s notice, oftentimes physical injury can also take a psychological toll on the firefighter, who's sidelined as they recover. Read more »