A 2019 Pierce with a CAFS system, 1750 GPM pump that carries 1,000 gallons of water, SCBA, hose, tools, and miscellaneous equipment.
2012 International 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 stokes 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 Sutphen, 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.