Utility 120- 2011 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4

120 is a utility vehicle that is used for miscellaneous tasks. It is used to shuttle hose from incident scenes, transport personnel, and haul various equipment when needed. It carries pump out equipment in the event of a minor flood within a residence. It responds to any incident where it is requested. 

Engine 121- 2003 Pierce Quantum Pumper 1500gpm/ 750g

121 is the first apparatus to respond to any structure fire or fire alarm within the fire district. Its primary purpose is fire suppression. It has a 750 gallon water tank, and a pump capable of pumping 1,500 gallons per minute (GPM). The cab is equipped with five SCBA seats (one in the front, four in the rear), and two "flip down" seats for exterior firefighters. 

Rescue 122- 1992 Pierce Lance Heavy Rescue

122 is a mutli-purpose heavy rescue vehicle. It is the first apparatus to respond to motor vehicle accidents and rope rescue calls. 122 is also equipped to respond to structure fires, carbon monoxide calls, and haz-mat calls. The cab is equipped with seven SCBA seats (one in the front, six in the rear), and has a large flip down bench in the rear to seat more firefighters. 

Engine 123- 2010 Pierce Velocity Top Mount PUC

123 is the second apparatus to respond to any structure fire or fire alarm within the fire district. However, it is the first apparatus to respond to carbon monxide calls, wires down calls and haz-mat calls. It is also the RIT apparatus for any in-town RIT call. 123 also responds to car fires and motor vehicle accidents within the fire district. It has a 500 gallon water tank, and a pump capable of pumping 1,500 gallons per minute (GPM). The cab is equipped with five SCBA seats (one in the front, four in the rear).

Engine 124- 1997 Pierce Saber Pumper

124 is primarily the mutual aid apparatus. It responds to any mutual aid call that does not require our RIT. 124 is the first apparatus to respond to car fires and brush fires within the fire district. It has a 750 gallon water tank, and a pump capable of pumping 1,500 gallons per minute (GPM). The cab is equipped with five SCBA seats (one in the front, four in the rear), and two "flip down" seats for exterior firefighters. 

Engine 125- 2001 Ford F-550/BME 4x4 Pumper

125 is primarily the RIT apparatus for any out-of-town RIT call. It also responds to rope rescue calls, brush fires and wires down calls within the fire district. It has a 250 gallon water tank, and a pump capable of pumping 500 gallons per minute (GPM). The cab does not have any SCBA seats, but there are five SCBAs harnessed within the rear section (three located in a compartment, two mounted externally covered in canvas bags). 

Car 127- 2014 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4

127 is the 2nd Assistant Chief's vehicle. It carries the 2nd Assistant Chief's turn out gear, an airpack, a fire extinguisher, portable radios, flashlights, and a hand tool.

Car 128- 2016 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4

128 is the 1st Assistant Chief's vehicle. It carries the 1st Assistant Chief's turn out gear, an airpack, a fire extinguisher, portable radios, flashlights, and a hand tool. 

Car 129- 2018 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4

129 is the Chief's vehicle. It carries the Chief's turn out gear, an airpack, a fire extinguisher, portable radios, flashlights, and a hand tool.