Our apparatus gives us the ability to provide all emergency services to our community effectively. 


1611 is a 1997 Spartan/Southern Coach. Our engine is equipped with a 1250 gpm pump and 1000 gallon tank.

It is our primary attack engine with foam capability. The truck is equip with 1000 feet of 4 inch supply line and multiple hand lines including a Mercury Quik Attack portable monitor.

BRUSH 1641


Command 1 is our mobile command post that is equip with an onboard generator, AC/Heater, Radio, and Scene lighting and other related equipment. This also is our home for our two ATVs which are currently used for search and rescue, forestry, training, station/grounds care, and other related applications.


Engine Tanker Rescue (ETR) 1612 is a four door International cab and chassis equipped with a 3000 gallon water tank and a Hale Qmax 1750 GPM pump. We are expecting to receive our truck in late 2022. This truck will replace two of our current trucks, Rescue 1631, and Tanker 1621, in order to create a better platform to service our community and provide a secondary engine for all calls. This truck is one step we are taking to bring our department towards being more innovative, 

1612 has storage space for our Amkus battery powered rescue tools, a portable pond, ladder storage, and other space for necessary tools. This truck is designed as an all around tool for our department to us for the next several years to ensure we provide the best services we can to our community and it's visitors. 

UPDATE: Our truck is currently coming towards the ending stages of its build and moving on to testing. We expect delivery within October or November.