Station 67

2300 Glen Eagles Parkway, Palm Harbor, FL 34683

Station 67 was the second station built to serve the community and serves the northeastern portion of the fire district. It was renovated in 1998 as a need for staffing increased and a 2000 square foot addition was built to house the crews. Station 67 provides fire suppression, emergency medical service (EMS) with advanced life support (ALS) equipment and fire protection and suppression for the district’s wildland interface. Emergency response equipment from this station includes Truck 67 and Brush 67.

Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Brush 67
Brush 67/ High Water Rescue
  • 1996 Stewart Stevenson LMTV
  • 500 Gallon Water Tank
  • Honda GX 13HP Motor
  • 105 GPM Striker II Pump
  • 2- 100’ Hose Reels
  • High Water Rescue Capabilities
Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Engine 67 and Brush 67
Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Engine 67
Truck 67
  • 2011 E-One Cyclone II
  • 78’ Aerial Ladder Truck
  • Cummins ISX 12 450HP Engine
  • Allison EVS4000 Transmission
  • Hale QMAX 1500GPM Pump
  • 530 Gallon Water Tank
  • Advanced Life Support (ALS)
Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Engine 67
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