Baltimore County Station 31

Established in 1921, Owings Mills maintains their proud tradition of professional volunteers serving as Baltimore County’s busiest volunteer station answering over 4,000 alarms annually.

Engine 311 - 1994 Seagrave 2000 gpm/500 gal.

This rig operates as the busiest volunteer engine company in the county. 

Engine 312 - 1990 Simon-Duplex/Saulsbury 1500 gpm/500 gal.

A close look at the layers of paint on the front intake shows this rig’s life span - completing its’ third career having served both the Branchville & Beltsville FD, it has been replaced by a 2010 Seagrave.

Hook & Ladder 313 - 2005 Seagrave 100’ Tiller

The pride of Owings Mills, it is the only volunteer operated tiller in the county and is equipped with a 20KW generator & a full set of Holmatro extrication tools.

Brush 314 - 1995 Dodge 250 gpm/150 gal.

Special thanks to 44 year member Larry Trump for his assistance with positioning the apparatus & for providing the “grand tour” of Owings Mills impressive station.

Medic 315 - 2005 International/Horton Type III (ALS equipped)

Equipped with a Roto-Ray & mechanical siren, this rig has no trouble making its’ way through traffic!!!

While relatively new having been built in 1998, Owings Mills multi-level station (built into the side of a hill) is filled with the rich history of the company. Some of the many interesting artifacts include a brass fire pole from Baltimore City Engine 7 (used during the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904) & a cast nickel bell from their 1947 Mack that was created with five cent nickel pieces collected from the membership.