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The District has a unique way of administrating the fleet of vehicles the District owns. Each emergency apparatus is designed by the Apparatus Committee that is comprised of firefighters, Captains and a Chief Officer. This process has served the District well, as they have always provided the District's firefighters with the best equipment possible.

This program includes Battalion Chief oversight, two mechanics and a 10 person Apparatus Committee. The program is tasked with keeping all emergency and non-emergency response vehicles in the safest and most efficient working condition possible. This is accomplished through an aggressive preventative maintenance program and adherence to all applicable District policies, procedures, local, state and Federal laws. In addition, this program is continually evaluating and planning for future needs of the District in order to purchase vehicles that are identified with the overall strategic plan.

Equipment Description

Engine 2

Engine 1, 2005 Pierce Dash

Engine 2

Engine 2, 2001 Pierce Saber

Engine 3

Engine 3, 2007 Pierce Dash

Engine 4

Engine 4, 2002 Pierce Dash

Engine 5

Engine 5, 2007 Pierce Dash

Engine 6

Engine 6, 2005 Pierce Dash

Engine 77

Engine 77, 2001 Pierce Saber

Truck 1

Truck 1, 2003 Pierce Dash 100' Heavy Duty Aerial

Rescue 1

Rescue 1, 1992 Pierce Dash Medium Duty Rescue

Rescue 1

Battalion 1, 2003 Chevy Suburban
Patrol 77, F150

Rescue 1

2005 Inflatable Rescue Boats

Rescue 1

1999 Kawasaki Jet Ski 900's

Rescue 1

OES Water Rescue Truck and Trailer, 2007 Ford Dually F450

Rescue 1

Reserve Engine 101, 2000 Pierce Saber

Rescue 1

Reserve Engine 102, 2000 Pierce Saber

Air Boat

Air Boat 1, 2004 American Airboat , "AIR RANGER"