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Engine 811

2007 American Lafrance Metropolitan Engine

Engine 811 has a 1000 gallon water tank and a 1250 gpm pump.  It is our first due engine for all fire and rescue calls. 



Utility 807 & Brush 806

Utility 807: 2000 Chevrolet CK20753

Brush 806: 1997 Chevrolet K3500

Utility 807 is primarily used a personnel vehicle for EMS runs.  It has the capability to be used as a brush fire truck, with a small pump located in the bed.  In the winter, 807 will have a snow plow attached to the front, to clear the fire station and occasionally roads and driveways on the way to emergency calls. 

Brush 806 is primarily used as a brush fire truck, with a small pump located in the bed.  Like 807, it is also sometimes used as a personnel vehicle for EMS runs.



Ladder 808

2000 Pierce Lance 105

Ladder 808 is a 105 foot straight stick, rear mount ladder truck and pumper.  It is primarily used on fire and rescue calls.  It is capable to affect a high angle or confined space rescue.



Engine 805

1996 Freightliner FL80

Engine 805 is a 1000 gallon, 1250 gpm pumper.  It is the backup to Engine 811 and is primarily used for fire and rescue calls.



Medic 801 & 802

2003 Ford E-450

Medic 801 and 802, or "The Twins" are identical Ford chassis with Braun boxes.  They are both fully ALS capable and respond to second and third EMS calls.

Medic 804

2015 Chevrolet G4500 with a McCoy Miller Box

Medic 804 is the first out ambulance for all initial EMS calls.  It is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  It is an ALS capable squad, and, per a contract with the city, will always be staffed with a minimum of 1 paramedic and 1 EMT (in most cases it is staffed with 2 paramedics). 

Tanker 809

2011 E-One Water Master

Tanker 809 has a 3500 gallon tank and responds to fire calls with limited or no water source.  It is primarily used for water shuttle operations, but can also fully function as a fire pumper. 



Hover 801

1999 Neoteric 3626

Hover 800 is a hovercraft used for water rescue.