Station 3 was relocated in 1999 to its current location at 36th Ave south of Baldwin. This station is staffed with 17 paid on call firefighters including a captain and lieutenant. This station is home to two engines, a brush truck, a medical truck, a dive boat and an insulation vac. Life Ambulance uses Station 3 as a point in Georgetown Township 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Engine 826 is a 2005 HME with a 2000 gallon per minute pump and holds 1000 gallons of water. The truck has a jaws of life rescue tool, hand tools, saws and a ventilation fan. It carries 1200 ft of 5in hose.
Engine 825 is a 1988 American Eagle with a 1500 gallon per minute pump and holds 750 gallons of water. This truck carries over one mile of 5 in water supply hose along with spill cleanup material for traffic crashes, hand tools and hoses for fire fighting.
Squad 873 is a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban. It is Medical First Responder certified. It carries an AED defibrillator. It is used for medical calls, traffic accidents and pulls the dive boat and S-833.
The Dive Rescue boat is a 18 ft flat bottom Alumacraft with a 25 horse jet motor. It is used for water rescue in local lakes and in the Grand River. It contains gear for swift water rescue, life jackets, and flashlights. This boat serves the east side of Ottawa County and the west side of Kent County.
S-833 is a converted leaf vac used for sucking cellulose insulation out of an attic from a house fire. It greatly reduces the man hours for clearing burnt insulation from an attic. It is towed by Utility 883 at Station 3.
Life Ambulance has a truck stationed 24 hrs a day 7 days a week out of Station 3. They provide paramedic level care along with transport to the hospital. This partnership has greatly reduced times for critical care patients getting the care they need.