- Medic 1 and 4
- Medic 2
- Medic 3
- Engine 1
- Engine 2
- Ladder 2
- Chief 1
- Chief 2
- Utility 1
- Fire Prevention Vehicle
- Fire Safety Trailer
- Inflatable Fire Safety House
2011 Horton mounted on a Ford F-450 4x4 chassis. This medic unit provides full ACLS care to the City.
2006 Horton mounted on a International Chassis. This unit provides full ACLS care to the City,
2004 Horton mounted on a International Chassis. This medic unit provides full ACLS care to the City.
2009 PL Custom mounted on a Chevy C4500 chassis. This Unit provides full ACLS care to the City.
2007 Toyne with a Spartan Diamond Chassis
Engine: Cummins 400 small block
Pump: Hale Q-Max 1500 GPM
Foam System: Foam Pro Class “A” and “B”
Water tank: Poly 750 Gallons
Generator: Hydraulic Onan 7.5k
Engine 1 operates out of Station 1 and is the first due Engine. Engine 1 has a complete set of Holmatro brand rescue tools.
2001 Pierce Dash Engine
Engine: Detroit 60 series 430 horse power
Pump: Hale Q-Max 2000 GPM
Foam system: Foam Pro Class “A” and “B”
Water Tank: Poly 750 Gallons
Generator: Hydraulic Smart Power 8k
Lighting: Strobe and LED
Engine 2 is the reserve engine housed at Station 1.
2009 Pierce Arrow XT 75 Aluminum ladder PUC
Engine: Cummins 450 horse power
Pump: PUC 1500 GPM
Foam system: Huskey Class “A”
Water Tank: Poly tank 500 gallons
Generator: Harrison hydraulic 10K
Ladder 2 operates out of Station 2 as the first due Unit. Ladder 2 is equipped to operate as an engine or ladder company, and carries a complete set of Holmatro brand rescue tools.
2008 Jeep Commander primarily used by the Fire Chief in his daily duties.
2002 Chevy Blazer primarily used by the Assistant Fire Chief in his daily duties.
2005 Ford F-350 super duty 4X4 pickup. This vehicle is housed at station 1 and is used for snow plowing at both fire stations, It’s also used to tow department owned trailers and hauling equipment.
2001 Ford Expedition 4x4 used for fire inspections and other department duties.
Fire Safety Trailer
This trailer is an excellent fire safety teaching tool. We are able to simulate smoke in the trailer, which is set up like a home. It has a "real" kitchen which enables us to teach children about kitchen safety. We use this trailer to teach children about how to escape if there is a fire in their home Brownies, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and pre-schools have come to Station 1 for fire safety talks in this trailer. We also bring the trailer to Safety Town, Brunswick Old Fashioned Days, and other fire prevention events.
Inflatable Fire Safety House