Engine 1 (also designated Engine 190) went into service in 2002. [Link]
With the construction in 1993-1994 of a new four-bay fire house and adjacent headquarters building, the Provincetown Fire Department — one of only two volunteer departments on Cape Cod — consolidated operations from three different locations in the West End and downtown: Pumper House No. 1, 117 Commercial Street (now a private home); Pumper House No. 2, 189 Commercial Street (now a public restroom); and Pumper House No. 3, the former headquarters, at 254 Commercial Street (now a kind of all-purpose streetfront public space).
Fire Station No. 4, 4 Johnson Street, and Fire Station No. 5, 514 Commercial Street, are still in commission, as are small houses at Provincetown Municipal Airport and at the Cape Cod National Seashore.
This 13,000-square-foot building was designed by Brown Lindquist Fenuccio & Raber Architects of Yarmouthport. The fire chief as of 2013 is Michael Trovato. The department is governed by the Board of Fire Engineers, which is composed at this writing of Warren Alexander, James Roderick, Gerard Menangas, Trovato, Ronald White and Russell Zawaduk. • Map • Assessor’s Online Database PDF ¶ Posted 2013-09-01
Ladder 2 (192) of 1996, which was wrecked in 2008. [Link]
Ladder 192 of 2008 in the yellow livery of Orleans, where it came from. [Link]