A 2019 Pierce with a CAFS system, 1750 GPM pump that carries 1,000 gallons of water, SCBA, hose, tools, and miscellaneous equipment.
A 2012 pierce that carries 2,100 gallons of water, water folding tanks, and hose. The primary use of this vehicle is to shuttle water from a water source to the fire.
A 2007 E-One that has a 1,750 GPM pump and a Compressed Air Foam System (CAFS). It carries hoses, hand tools, SCBA (Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus), Ladders and miscellaneous equipment.
A 1997 GMC that carries 1,850 gallons of water, water folding tanks , and hose. The primary purpose of this vehicle is to shuttle from a water source to the fire.
A 2018 Ford F-450 DRW, 4x4 Supercab chassis that carries 200 gallons of water with a CAFS system. It has a 20 GPM pump with a 1,500 PSI Ultra High Pressure System that is located in the rear compartment.
A 2009 Pierce Fire-Rescue vehicle. It is equipped with a high-power light tower and the back part of the vehicle carries the Jaws of Life equipment and cribbing. It also carries SCBA, thermal imaging cameras, chain saws, ventilation fans, a winch, extra radios, hand tools, and other miscellaneous equipment.
A 2008 Ranger six-wheel off road vehicle. This vehicle has two slide-in units. The first one is a 150 GPM portable pump with water and foam for remote fires that other vehicles cannot reach. The second accommodates a stroke basket for transporting injured people from off-road locations.
A 1996 Darley that has a 1750 GPM pump and carries 1,000 gallons of water, SCBA, hose, tools, and miscellaneous equipment.
A 2017 Pierce with CAFS system, 1750 GPM pump that carries 1,000 gallons of water, SCBA, hose, tools, and miscellaneous equipment.
A 2011 Ford F-350 Crew Cab pickup truck. This is a support vehicle for all types of calls. It hauls road cones, accident signs, personnel and other equipment needed at a scene. The trailer is a 2008 and is used to haul a six-wheeler and wildland fire equipment.
A 2018 Ford Explorer used primarily for the Fire Inspector to do the fire inspections in the fire district. It is used to haul personnel, equipment, and a command post.
A 2000, 95’ ladder platform. This vehicle was placed in service February 11, 2001. Tower 1 carries hose, 300 gallons of water, tools, rope rescue equipment, and other miscellaneous equipment. The cost of tower 1 was $578,000. Its primary purpose is rescue from elevated buildings and fire fighting.