ENGINE 22 was manufactured in 1996 by EEI and is mounted on a
Freightliner commercial truck chassis. This truck is our first due
engine on non-commerical responses outside the town limits. It has
a 1,250 gpm Hale fire pump, 1,000 gallons of water, 1,000 feet of 5"
hydrant supply line and basic structural firefighting tools and
equipment that are required to initiate a structural fire attack.
ENGINE 24 is a 1988 Pierce Dash and is our first due engine on all
non-industrial responses within the town limits. It is equipped with a
1,000 gpm Waterous pump, a 500 gallon water tank and 1,000 feet
of 5" hydrant supply line. This apparatus also carries a variety of
tools and equipment that are required in making an initial structural
LADDER 25 is a 2002 Pierce Dash and runs first out on all industrial
and commercial alarms. It features a 75 foot ladder with a waterway
and a 1,500 gpm Waterous pump. The truck carries 500 gallons of
water and 1010 feet of 5" hydrant supply line. Numerous ground
ladders, forcible entry/ventilation equipment and ventilation fans are
carried on this apparatus.
Rescue 1 is a 1986 Chevrolet C-30. This unit carries an
assortment of rescue equipment. It also responds to medical
incidents within the town. This unit responds second due on
motor vehicle accidents.
C-1 is a 2005 Ford Expedition command vehicle. This unit
carries a variety of equipment and documents like preplans, Haz
Mat books, and ICS information along with multiple mobile
radios for communications operability.
C-2 is a 2001 Ford Crown Victoria that is used for transporting
personnel to incidents, investigations, fire prevention events,
schools and a secondary command vehicle.
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ENGINE 23 is a 2010 Pierce Contender and is our first due engine
on all non industrial responses. It is equipped with a waterous
1500gpm pump, Class "A" foam system and 1000 gallon tank. It
carries 1000 feet of 5" supply line and extrication equipment.This
apparatus also carries a variety of tools and equipment that are
required in making an initial structural fire attack.