Fire Department

Apparatus

5511

< 5511 is a 2016 Rosenbauer pumper, capable of pumping 1500 gallons per minute (GPM). This engine has a 1,000-gallon water tank, five jump seats, and a total crew of six. 5511 is first out on fire responses, such as residential and commercial structure fires, brush fires, and any other fire response. This vehicle is equipped with 1000’ of 5” supply line, two 200’ 1 ¾” preconnects, one 100’ bumper preconnect, one 200’ 2 ½” preconnect, and two 1 ¾” apartment bundles. All plumbed with foam capabilities.


5521

< 5521 is a 2010 H & W pumper, capable of pumping 1500 gallons per minute (GPM). This engine has a 1,000-gallon water tank, five jump seats, and a total crew of six. 5511 is first out on fire responses, such as residential and commercial structure fires, brush fires, and any other fire response. This vehicle is equipped with 1000’ of 5” supply line, two 200’ 1 ¾” preconnects, one 100’ bumper preconnect, one 200’ 2 ½” preconnect, and two 1 ¾” apartment bundles. All plumbed with foam capabilities.

< 5512 is a 2003 Darley pumper, capable of pumping 1500 gallons per minute (GPM). This engine has a 1000-gallon water tank, five jump seats, and holds a total crew of six. 5511 is first out on fire responses, such as residential and commercial structure fires, brush fires, and any other fire response.


5515

< 5515 is a 2010 109 foot Ariel Quint with a Spartan Chassis made by Rosenbauer. It has a waterous pump with a 400 gal poly tank. This vehicle responds to commercial and residential fires. It has a cascade system on it to fill our SCBA bottles. It response to rescue calls, carrying all of the rope rescue equipment. It can carry a crew of six.


5516

< 5516 is a 2005 Freightliner tender. It has a Darley 1000 GPM pump, and holds 3000 gallons. It is equipped with 12” x 12” quick dump on the rear end. This apparatus has two 150’ 2 ½” pre-connects, and has a portable tank in mid compartment.


5519

< 5519 is a 2015 Road Rescue / Ford ambulance. This vehicle has split crew ALS capabilities, a gurney inside, and can transport if needed. 5519 is first out on aid calls and second out on MVAs at station 1. 5529 is a 2017 Bruan NW. And is a sister to 5519. 5529 runs out of Station 2.


5510

< Battalion 55 is a 2015 Ford F-250 pickup truck. This is used on fires and as a general utility truck for Command. It is also equipped with 4 wheel drive.


5501

< 5501 (the Chief's vehicle) is a 2015 F250. This vehicle is also equipped with 4 wheel drive and has a command center box located in the rear of the vehicle. He would respond on the radio as 5501.


5503

< 5503 is the Assistant Chief of Operation’s vehicle. This vehicle will be utilized for responses during the daytime and evenings. This is a 2017 Dodge ¾ ton pickup.


M55

< M55 is an ALS unit staffed at all times with at least one paramedic. This is a 2016 Dodge Braun ambulance.


M55A

< M55A is a sister vehicle. It is a 2014 Dodge Braun ambulance. It is a reserve ambulance for us.


5512T

< 5512T is a 1996 H & W International pumper. This apparatus is capable of pumping 1500 GPM, and has a 1000-gallon booster tank. This vehicle has a crew of four, and three of the seats are equipped with air packs. This is a reserve engine and is also used for training. This apparatus has 1000’ of 2 1/2” supply line, one 100’ rubber 1 ¾” preconnect (for car fires), two 150’ 1 ¾” preconnects, one 200’ 2 ½” preconnect, and one apartment load. The bumper preconnect has pre-plumbed AFFF.


5524

< 5524 is a 2008 Ford Mini Pumper. This vehicle is designed to respond to Brush Fires. It can carry a crew of 5 and holds 300 gallons and can pump 150 gpm.


MIC

< The MIC (Mobile Incident Command) Vehicle responds to larger incidents; Fire or Police. The vehicle carries extra radios, equipment and documents to help mitigate the emergency at hand.