The Elite Fleet
Chief's Vehicle (8200) 2010 Ford Expedition
Duty Officer Vehicle (Battalion 82) 2005 Ford Explorer
Engine 821 & Engine 822
Engines 821 and 822 are 2004 Pierce Lance Engines with 10” raised cabs with seating for eight firefighters, Series 60 515 HP engines, TAK-4™ Independent Front Suspensions, Stainless steel bodies, 750 gallon water tanks, 30-gallon foam cells, Waterous 2,000 GPM pumps, and Command Zone advanced electronic systems.
Each engine carries 1,300' of 5" LDH, 900' of 3" hose, a 250' 3" blitz line, two hose reels with 450' of 1 3/4” attack line, one hose reel with 250' of 1" forestry hose, a Hurst pump and reel with 100' of hydraulic hose and a Hurst combination tool. The pumpers are also equipped with standard engine company equipment, EMS equipment, PPV fans and Echo roof saws. The first out pumper also carries an AED and Thermal Imaging camera.
Tower Ladder 82
Tower Ladder 82 is a 1998 95' Seagrave /Aerialscope. It features a stainless steel cab with seating for six firefighters, a stainless steel body, and is powered by a Series 60 Detroit Diesel motor. It is capable of flowing 1,000 GPM of water from the bucket through a smooth bore nozzle.
Rescue 82 is a 2005 Pierce Lance Rescue with a 500 GPM Pump, 500 Gallon water tank and 40 Gallons of Class "A" Foam. Along with the normal firefighting equipment, the Rescue is equipped with Hurst rescue tools, high pressure airbags, equipment for confined space rescue, ice-water rescue, and rope rescue. The Rescue not only responds to calls in our local, but also responds as the FAST (Firefighter Assist and Search Team) truck on many mutual aid calls in surrounding districts.
Brush Truck 82 is a 1992 Ford F-350 7.3L Diesel 4x4. It carries 200 gallons of water, 1,000 feet of one inch forestry hose, two fog nozzles, and a variety of other equipment for brush fires. The truck is also equipped with a front mounted winch with a rated capacity of 7200lbs. The truck’s best use is for deep seated brush fires that are unable to be accessed by a pumper.