Engine 1 is a 2007 E-One C.A.F.S. (Compressed Air Foam System) Engine. It is the primary engine utilized by the department responding first due to all general alarms. Engine 1 has a 1,250 gallons per minute, Waterous Eclipse single stage pump, a 500-gallon water tank, 30-gallon class 'A' foam tank, and carries 800 feet of 5 inch supply hose. Engine 1 also carries EMS supplies for BLS care.
Engine No. 2
Engine 2 is a 1998 E-One C.A.F.S. (Compressed Air Foam System) Engine. Engine 2 is the second due engine on all general alarms and is the primary response unit to mutual aid calls. Engine 2 has a 1,250-gallon per minute Hale single stage pump with a Waterous PTO CAFS system and a 500 gallon booster tank. Engine 2 also has a 50 gallon class 'A' foam tank and carries 800 feet of 5 inch supply hose. Engine 2 also carries EMS supplies for BLS care.
Engine No. 3 (Reserve)
Engine 3 is a 1990 E-One Cyclone engine. Engine 1 is utilized as the departments reserve engine. Engine 3 responds to all mutual aid F.A.S.T. incidents. Engine 3 has a 1,250-gallon per minut Hale single stage pump with a 500 gallon booster tank. Like Engines 1 and 2, Engine 3 also carries 800 feet of a 5-foot supply hose.
Rescue No. 4
Rescue 4 is a 1995 E-One Rescue. Rescue 4 is first due on all motor vehicle accidents, in addition to other rescue related emergency calls. Rescue 4 carries the confined space rescue equipment along with a portion of the trench rescue equipment.
Tower No. 1
Tower 1 is a 2008 Metz/Rosenbauer 105-foot tower ladder. Tower 1 is built on a Spartan chassis and carries a 500-horsepower Cummins diesel motor.
Truck 8 was purchased in 2008 with revenue from the Fire Prevention Bureau. This truck is a Ford F-450 extended cab with a lift gate. It is used as an EMS response vehicle, to pull our trench rescue trailer, a snow plow for the public safety building, and a utility truck for fires.