Warren Engine Company No. 1 is a proud member of the following organizations: Nevada State Firefighters Association California Firemen’s Muster Association
The museum was developed by Bernie Sease and Bill Fogle as a component of the new firehouse constructed in 1954 at the corner of Musser and Curry streets, and remains a major component of the current Station 1 of the Carson City Fire Department.
The purpose of the Warren Engine Co. No. 1 Museum is to preserve, collect, record and exhibit the artifacts and history of the fire companies and departments of Carson City and Ormsby County; to interpret the sociological, economic and technological influences on those fire and emergency services through its development; to serve as a memorial to the volunteer and career individuals who have dedicated their lives to the fire and emergency services; and to interpret the culture and the various facets of fire and emergency service life from its conception to the present.
The officers of Warren Engine Co. No. 1 are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the museum with assistance from the museum committee that is comprised of members of Warren Engine Co. No.1
Pete Baker, President
Jake Helget, Vice president
Teri Norgrove, Secretary
Edwina Weirsma, Treasurer
Paul Webster, Trustee
Dan Webster, Trustee
Fred Wiersma, Trustee
The Warren Engine Co. No. 1 Museum operates as a committee of Warren Engine Co. No. 1, which is a 501(c)4 non-profit, tax-exempt organization.
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Saturday by appointment
Group Tours: Group tours of 10-20 visitors can be scheduled. Please make your plans well in advance by calling: (775) 887-2210.
Warren Engine Company No. 1 is an emergency services organization whose mission is to support the operations and activities of the Carson City Fire Department at the call of the chief during both emergencies and in non-emergency activities, such as fire prevention; to perpetuate the Warren Engine Co. No. 1 organization; and to maintain the Warren Engine Co. No. 1 fire museum.
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