Indianapolis Fire Department

Station 25 - Irvington "Watchdogs"

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Indianapolis Fire Department Station 25 - 17 South Sheridan Avenue - Irvington
Located on the east side of Indianapolis along Washington Street, this firehouse originally opened on November 9, 1958. Over the years it has been home to Aerials Trucks, City Service Trucks and Battalion 12. It is currently home to Engine and TSU 25.

Engine 25 - 2012 Pierce Saber Pumper (#25462) - 2000gpm/500gal
This apparatus entered service on September 28, 2012 as their first new apparatus in 13 years.

Engine 25 - 2012 Pierce Saber Pumper (#25462) - 2000gpm/500gal


Engine 25 - 2012 Pierce Saber Pumper (#25462) - 2000gpm/500gal


Engine 25 - 2012 Pierce Saber Pumper (#25462) - 2000gpm/500gal


Tactical Support Unit 25 - 2008 GMC 5500/E-One Classic Fire Light Rescue
This apparatus was originally designed to be a heavy squad based at Station 61. It was designed to carry both medical and extra confined space rescue equipment. After the Perry Township merger, this apparatus didn't seem to have an ideal home. It late 2010, the IFD Shops redesigned the compartments of the rig to carry air bottles and an on-board cascade system. It was re-assigned as TSU 10 in early 2011 and then TSU 25 in late 2011.

Tactical Support Unit 25 - 2008 GMC 5500/E-One Classic Fire Light Rescue
TSU 10 is one of four Air Support Trucks along with 31 on the northside, 18 on the west side and 29 to the south

Station 25 Artwork
In 2008 the Heron School of Art took part in a special project with Station 25. Students, teachers and parents visited the station and created unique art that celebrated the history and location of the station. This large piece hangs inside the apparatus bay.

Station 25 - Heron Art #2
This second art piece reflects the various firefighter ranks that have responded from Station 25 over the years.