Fire Engineer Ron Hart displays one of the T-shirts they sell to raise money for the Honor Guard.
Capt. Richard Franklin drives an old Nash fire truck in 2008.
Tony Boulos stands in front of the freedom truck he spent four years creating. He will be driving it at 10 a.m. Oct. 4 for the second time in the 26th Annual Glendale Fire Parade.
Phoenix Fire Chief Alan Brunacini will be the Grand Marshal in the 26th Annual Glendale Fire Parade at 10 a.m. Oct. 4. Brunacini, who spent 48 years with the Phoenix Fire Department, retired two years ago, but still teaches fire command seminars.
Glendale Fire Engineer Byron Ely built a six car fire train that he will ride in the 26th Annual Fire Department Parade beginning at 10 a.m. Oct. 4. The parade will begin at 52nd Avenue and travel westbound on Glendale Avenue ending in Murphy Park.
Sparky the fire dog wanted to remind everyone of this week’s National Fire Prevention Week’s theme, “Practice Your Escape Plan.”
Junior DJs from Sahuaro Ranch Elementary School seventh-grader Courtney Bates-Gushert, and eighth-graders Garett Foster, Isaiah Muhammad Underwood, and Renee Willers, will be a few of the voices the crowd will hear in Murphy Park Saturday following the 24th Annual Fire Prevention Day & Parade in downtown Glendale.
Fire Chief Mark Burdick at last year's parade.
The entire family is invited to the annual Fire Prevention Day Parade Saturday in downtown Glendale. Oct. 5 through 11 is National Fire Prevention Week. (Submitted photo)
Two youngsters drive an antique fire car Saturday, in the 28th Annual Fire Prevention Parade, hosted by the Glendale Fire Department.
Roman Barriga enjoys the Fire Prevention Parade Saturday with his children, Luca and Eden, in historic downtown Glendale.