Dedicated Service Since 1917

Stepney Station 1 is the headquarters for the Stepney Volunteer Fire Company. This building was constructed in 1923 and still remains the operation center for this emergency service. To accommodate our firefighter’s needs this station has a social quarters, meeting hall, weight room, TV room, and 4 bays. Currently we run two engines and one rescue out of this station on a day to day basis. In the event of a town wide emergency, this station is designed and designated as an emergency shelter for the citizens of Monroe. This facility also has a dispatch center for fire control operations.
Phone: 203-268-5389
Fax: 203-268-4423
Address: 88 Main Street, Monroe, CT
STATION 1 APPARATUS
Engine 101, Engine 102, Rescue 120

Stepney Station 2 was built in 1983 and is a sub-division for serving fire protection to the Town of Monroe. This station runs one engine, one truck and a support unit out of its beautiful six bay complex. In the event C-Med is down this facility is capable of running a back up dispatch center for all emergency operations. Station 2 is also designated as an emergency shelter for the citizens of Monroe.
Phone: 203-268-4134
Fax: 203-268-0236
Address: 801 Main Street, Monroe, CT
STATION 2 APPARATUS
Engine 104, Truck 100, Squad 130


E-101 (Second out of Station #1)
• 2000 Sutphen
• Seating for 6 firefighters
• Detroit "Series 60" engine
• 1000 Gallon tank
• 1750 GPM single-stage pump
• 1,300 feet of 5-inch supply line
• Foam capabilities
• Full compliment of ground ladders
• On-board generator
• Scene lighting capabilities
• Spill kit at Haz-Mat operation level
• Scott Thermal Imaging Camera
• Bio-systems multi-gas meter
• Touch “N” Track accountability system
• PPV fan
• Misc. tools
• First responder medical equipment


E-102 (First out of station #1)
• 2009 Sutphen pumper
• Seating for 6 firefighters
• Engine: Cummins 450hp
• Transmission: Allison
• 1000 gallon tank
• Hale 1750gpm pump
• 1500 feet of 5-inch supply line
• Foam capabilities
• Full compliment of ground ladders
• Onan generator
• Scene lighting capabilities
• Spill kit at Haz-Mat capabilities
• Thermal Imaging camera
• Multi-gas meter
• PPV fans
• Miscellaneous tools
• First-responder medical equipment
• Air conditioning
• Rear-view camera

E-104 (First out station #2)
• 1999 Quality Fire Apparatus "Avenger"
• Spartan Advantage Chassis
• Seating for 6 firefighters
• ISC 330 H.P. Diesel engine
• 1500 GPM Hale Single-stage Pump
• 750 Gal. Fiberglass Tank
• 1,300 feet of 5-inch supply line
• Robwen Foam System
• On-board generator
• Scene lighting capabilities
• Spill kit at Haz-Mat Operations level
• First responder medical kits
• Bio-systems multi-gas meter
• Touch “N” Track accountability system
• PPV fan
• Misc. tools
• Full compliment of ground ladders

R-120 (Second out station #1)
• 1994 Spartan Heavy Rescue
• Seating for 6 firefighters
• Cell-phone equipped
• Heavy Rescue Jack System
• Cribbing
• Full compliment of Hurst extrication equipment
• Pre-piped electric Trimo Power Unit with 3 reels
• Gas powered power unit (Jl-4GH-SI)
• Transformer Spreaders
• X-Trackor II Cutters
• ML-12 Combo Tool
• 1 Large Ram (JL-60C)
• 2 Medium Ram (JL-30C)
• 1 Small Ram (JL-20C)
• Hurst Mini-Lite System
• On-board cascade system, capable of filling 4500psi and 2200psi SCBA bottles
• Air hammer kit
• High-pressure lift bags
• Rope rescue equipped
• 4 cold water rescue suits
• Salvage and overhaul equipment
• Dewatering equipment
• 2 reciprocating saws
• Gas powered saws
• On-board generator with cord reels
• Light tower
• First responder medical kits with O2 and backboards
• Stokes basket
• Spill kit at Haz-Mat operation level
• Survivor Air CO meter
• AIM multi-gas meter


T-100 (Second out station #2)
• 2009 Sutphen SPH-100 midmount aerial
• Engine: Cummins 500hp
• Allison transmission
• Seating for 6 firefighters
• Onan generator
• Hale 1750gpm pump
• 280 gallon tank
• 500 feet of 5-inch supply line
• Full compliment of ground ladders
• Salvage & overhaul equipment
• Large capacity for scene lighting
• Demolition and ventilation saws
• Dewatering equipment
• Multiple PPV fans
• Air conditioning
• Rear-view camera

Chief's Car
• 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer