Company No. 7
The walls of the firehouse at Company 7's are adorned with dozens of pictures spanning close to 100 years. Engine 7 was originally initiated in partnership with y formally moved again to its current house at 1767 West Hammer Lane in June of 1974.Sperry Flour Company. The first firehouse on Main Street even flaunted Sperry's motto- "In Every Home" six feet tall on the front of the building (1919 to 1945). Disbanded during World War 2, Engine 7 was in and out of service until being formally reestablished in June of 1964, at 7826 Amber Way. The Compan
Truck 7 was established in 2004 as a second Truck Company in the North Battalion. After Truck 4 was closed in 2011 due to municipal bankruptcy; Truck 7 was moved in 2015 to Company 4 and redesignated Truck 4- making Company 7 once again a single Engine Company House.
The photos span the history of the Company, showcasing various crews and the. Engine 7 proudly serves the north side of the City of Stockton; responding to 4,082 emergencies in 2016.
Most photos are from various sources- some photographers may include C. Martin, R.A. Cowan, and K Katsuyoshi. Many apologies for the 'snapshot' appearance and lighting glare.
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