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ENGINE 41
1997 Pierce Saber
Water Supply:
  • 1,250 gallon-per-minute pump
  • 750 gallon water tank
Hose Tender:
  • Three 1.75-inch preconnects
  • Preconnected piercing/chimney nozzles
  • Top-mounted deluge gun
  • 1 inch booster reel
  • 1,250 feet of 4-inch hose
  • 450 feet of 2.5-inch hose
Placed in service in 1997
Replaced a 1957 American LaFrance designated as Engine 31

Engine 41 is housed in the Main Street fire station.
 
ENGINE 42
2012 KME
Water Supply:
  • 1,500 gallon-per-minute pump
  • 1,000 gallon water tank
  • 20-gallon foam cell
Hose Tender:
  • Two 1.75-inch preconnects
  • One 2.5-inch preconnect
  • Top-mounted deluge gun
  • 1-inch booster reel
  • 1,200 feet of 4-inch hose
  • 500 feet of 2.5-inch hose
  • 500 feet of 1.75-inch hose
Placed in service in 2011
Replaced a 1977 Maxim designated as Engine 42

Engine 42 is housed in the Main Street fire station.
 
ENGINE 44
1991 Pierce Lance
Water Supply:
  • 1,500-gallon-per-minute pump
  • 1,500-gallon water tank
  • 30-gallon foam cell
  • Rear-mounted tank dump valve
  • 1,500-gallon drop tank
Hose Tender:
  • Two 1.75-inch preconnects
  • Top-mounted deluge gun
  • 1,500 feet of 4-inch hose
  • 400 feet of 2.5-inch hose
 
Placed in service in 1991
Replaced a 1939 Ahrens-Fox designated as Ladder 2

Engine 44 is housed in the Howard Avenue fire station.
 
TOWER 4
"THE DEVIL OF DOWNTOWN"
2006 Smeal Sirius 87-foot Tower Ladder
Water Supply:
  • 1,500-gallon-per-minute pump
  • 400-gallon water tank
  • 10-gallon foam cell
Hose Tender:
  • Two 1.75-inch preconnects
  • One 2.5-inch preconnect
  • 100-foot front-mounted trash line
  • 800 feet of 4-inch hose
  • Tower waterway capable of 1500 gpm
Placed in service in 2006
Replaced a 1972 Maxim designated as Snorkel 4

Tower 4 is housed in the Main Street fire station.
 
TANKER 4
2012 KME / International
Water Supply:
  • 500-gallon-per-minute pump
  • 3,000-gallon water tank
  • Rear-mounted tank dump valve with 220° rotating extendable chute
  • 3,000-gallon drop tank
Hose Tender:
  • Two 1.75-inch preconnects
  • 200 feet of 2.5-inch hose
Placed in service in 2011
Replaced a 1982 GMC designated as Tanker 4

Tanker 4 is housed in the Howard Avenue fire station.
 
SPECIAL HAZARDS 4
2000 V-Tec / International 4600 Series
On-Board Equipment:
  • 30-kilowatt generator
  • Two 9,000-watt light towers
  • Six-bottle air cascade system
  • Holmatro extrication equipment

Placed in service in 2000 as Special Services 46
Replaced a 1968 Ford designated as Special Services 46
Redesignated as Special Hazards 4 in 2009

Special Hazards 4 is housed in the Howard Avenue fire station.
 
FORESTRY 4
2004 Ford F250 4X4
Water Supply:
  • 600-gallon-per-minute pump
  • 225-gallon tank
  • 10-gallon foam cell
Hose Tender:
  • 1-inch booster reel
  • Forestry hose

Placed in service in 2009
Replaced a 1978 Dodge designated as Forestry 4

Forestry 4 is housed at the Howard Avenue fire station.
 
MEDIC 4
2010 Ford E-450 Super Duty
Medic 4 is state licensed as a transporting ALS rescue vehicle. It carries all equipment necessary to provide advanced emergency medical services.
 

Placed in service in 2010
Replaced a 2001 Ford designated as Medic 4

Medic 4 is housed in the Main Street fire station.
 
RESCUE 4
2006 Ford E-450 Super Duty
Rescue 4 is state licensed as a transporting ALS rescue vehicle. It carries all equipment necessary to provide advanced emergency medical services.
 

Placed in service in 2006
Replaced a 1996 International designated as Rescue 4

Rescue 4 is housed in the Main Street fire station.
 
UTILITY 4
1997 Jeep Cherokee
Utility 4 is an auxiliary vehicle that is used for station details, training, and personnel transportation.
 
Placed in service in 1997
Originally assigned to the District's general manager of the electric and water departments
Assigned to the fire chief in 1998
Redesignated to EMS 4 in 2004 assigned to the EMS Director
Redesignated as Utility 4 in 2009

Utility 4 is housed at the Main Street fire station.
 
CHIEF'S VEHICLE
2005 Chevrolet Suburban
The Chief's vehicle is equipped wtih a laptop computer and a custom pull-out interactive command module; and is used as a command vehicle at fire scenes. It is equipped with a low-profile warning light package.

The Chief's vehicle is state-licensed as a non-transporting limited ALS rescue vehicle. It carries all equipment necessarey to provide limited advanced emergency medical services.
 
Placed in service in 2004

The Chief's vehicle is assigned to the department's Fire Chief.
 
LADDER 1
1936 American la France
In active service from 1936 to 1982
Placed into reserve status in 1982

Refurbished for parade use in 2003 by Nelson's Automotive and Forge Signs

Ladder 1 is owned and maintained by the Hose #1 social company.

Ladder 1 is housed in Hose Company #1's Chief L. Wilfred Osborne Building.
 
LADDER 2
1939 Ahrens-Fox
In active service from 1939 to 1992
Placed into reserve status in 1992

Ladder 2 is owned and maintained by the Hose #2 social company.

Ladder 2 is housed in Hose Company #1's Chief L. Wilfred Osborne Building.


RETIRED APPARATUS
NOTE: Not all retired apparatus is pictured
 


1977 Maxim
Placed in service in 1977 as Engine 2
Originally located at the Howard Avenue fire station
Redesignated as Engine 42 in 1991
Relocated to the Main Street fire station in 2009
Taken out of service on November 11, 2011
Replaced by a 2012 KME (Engine 42)


1982 GMC Top Kick
Placed in service in 1982 as Tanker 1
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Redesignated as Tanker 21 in 1991
Redesignated as Tanker 4 in 1997
Relocated to the Howard Avenue fire station in 2009
Taken out of service on November 11, 2011
Replaced by a 2012 KME/International (Tanker 4)


1978 Dodge Power Wagon
Placed in service in 19xx as x
Originally assigned to the Howard Avenue fire station
Redesignated as Forestry 4 in 1997
Taken out of service in 2009
Replaced by a 2004 Ford F-250 (Forestry 4)


2001 Ford E-450 Super Duty
Placed in service in 2001 as Medic 4
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Replaced a 1990 Ford E-350 designated as EMS-4
Taken out of service in 2010
Replaced by 2010 Ford E-450 Super Duty (Medic 4)


1972 Maxim
Placed in service in 1972 as Snorkel 1
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Redesignated as Snorkel 4 in 1997
Taken out of service in 2006
Replaced by 2006 Smeal Sirius (Tower 4)


1996 International
Placed in service in 1996 as Rescue 1
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Redesignated as Rescue 4 in 1997
Taken out of service in 2006
Replaced by 2006 E-450 Super Duty (Rescue 4)


1989 Ford F-350 4x4
Placed in service in 1989 as EMS-3
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Replaced a 198x Ford designated as Rescue 1
Redesignated as EMS-4 in 1997
Taken out of service in 2001
Replaced by 2001 Ford E-450 Super Duty (Medic 4)


1968 Ford
Placed in service in 1968 as Rescue 1
Originally located at the Main Street fire station
Relocated to the Howard Avenue fire station in 1989 as Salvage 2 to replace a 1976 Dodge air supply vehicle
Redesignated as Special Services 46 in 1997
Taken out of service in 2000
Replaced by 2000 International (Special Hazards 4)


198x Ford
Placed in service in 19xx as Rescue 1
Located at the Main Street fire station
Taken out of service in 1989
Replaced by 1989 Ford F-350 4x4