Equipment

S4850 PreCon Changes Drawing (1)

Truck 1 / Spartan Gladiator

Truck 1 is being designed and built to enhance the Fire Departments emergency response and capabilities primarily for multi-storied buildings.  It will have a 100 foot ladder with a platform.  Located on the platform will be a 2000 GPM nozzle.  It will hold 400 gallons of water and be able to pump 2000 GPM. It will be stocked with equipment to be able to respond to most emergencies inside the city.
- Structure Fires
- Vehicle Fires
- Vehicle Accidents
- Extrication
- Hazardous Materials
- Rescues
- Rope Rescues
- Medical Emergencies

Truck 1 will replace the 1993 E-One / Aerial 1 and will be able to provide many more capabilities.  It is scheduled to be completed and delivered at the end of 2018.

Engine 1 / 2013 Spartan

Engine 1 was designed and is operated to be able to respond to most emergencies.  
- Structure Fires
- Vehicle Fires
- Vehicle Accidents
- Extrications
- Hazardous Materials
- Medical Emergencies

It holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1500 GPM.  It is the first responding apparatus for most emergencies.

Engine 2 / 2006 Pierce

Engine 2 was designed and is operated to be able to respond to most emergencies such as,
- Structure Fires
- Vehicle Fires
- Vehicle Accidents
- Extrications
- Hazardous Materials
- Medical Emergencies
- Mutual Aid Assistance

Engine 1 holds 750 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1250 GPM.  It is the first responding apparatus for Medical Emergencies and responds with Engine 1 for all other emergencies.


Aerial 1 / 1993 E-One

Aerial 1 is operated to be able to assist with fire and rescue emergencies .  It has a 50 foot ladder with 1000 GPM nozzle at the tip.  It used as a reserve apparatus and when needed can be deployed during multi-story buildings fires.  It holds 500 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1250 GPM.


Brush 1 & 2 / 2009 & 2010 Ford F-350

Brush 1 & 2 are both identical trucks that are designed to be operated during grass and brush fires.  They respond to fires located within the city and respond when requested to assist with other fire agencies.