Engine 71 is our frontline pumper, it is typically the first truck to respond tom most emergencies. It is equipped to handle a wider range of jobs. It is capable of hauling 6 firefighters, and 100 gallons of on board water.
Engine 71a is our second out pumper. Like engine 71, it is able to get 6 personnel and 1000 gallons of water to the emergency scene. This truck is usually the second truck out on structure and other large fires.
Engine 71b is our 3rd out engine, it is typically only used on larger fires where we need additional personnel and pumping power.
There aren’t too many ways to get 3000 gallons of water to a scene quicker than tanker 74!
Rescue 73, is a big old truck that does a little bit of everything. This truck has the ability to get 9 personnel to the scene, it caries a multitude of rescue tools and equipment, including a second set of Jaws of life tools, and our full compliment of ice rescue equipment. This truck also has the ability to refill our airpacks right on the scene
Brush 75 is our first out brush truck. It carries 200 gallons of water, and has the ability to spray water from fixed nozzles on either side of the truck, as well as the 150′ of hose mounted on a reel.
Brush 75a is our 2nd out brush truck. It carries 200 gallons of water, and dispatches that water through 2 available hose reels with 150′ of hose each.
This is the newest edition to the fleet, our Polaris 6×6 UTV. It is currently outfitted with a 100 gallon tank and pup, and has our own proprietary design for quick removal of the tank/pump, and replacement with a future medical backboard device, to assist in the retrieval of patients on rough terrain.