Congratulations to our 2023 Fire and EMS Officers!Chief Mike Powers1st Asst. Chief David Belhassen2nd Asst. Chief Kyle EbbetsCaptain Frank ManfrediLieutenant Rutledge VarleyEMS Captain Carla WardEMS L...
8166 is a Chevrolet Tahoe PPV 4x4 and is assigned to the Fire Chief for response.
This vehicle is equipped with Fire & EMS equipment, as well as Incident Command materials.
8190 / Truck 1
2007 Crimson Quint
Truck 1 is a 2007 Crimson Quint with a 103' 4 section Ladder, 6 man cab, 1500 GPM pump, 500 gallon water tank, 600' of 1 3/4" handlines, 250' 2 1/2" blitz line, 1200' of 5" LDH, Holmatro cutter/spreader, 10Kw Harrison Generator, and also carries an assortment of tools & ladders. This unit responds on all structure/building fires and is the first run ladder truck.
Chassis: Spartan Gladiator MFD / 60 Gallon Fuel Tank / 330 HP Cummins ISC / Allison 4000 EVS Transmission
Body: Extruded Aluminum Body / ROM Roll up Doors / Vibra-Torque Rubber Mounting System /
Smart Storage in Wheel Wells
Aerial: 103' 4 Section Ladder / 500 lb Tip Load / -10 Degree Angle of Elevation / LED Warning Lights
Pump & Plumbing: Waterous CSU 1500 GPM Pump / Stainless Steel Plumbing / Side Mount Operators Panel
Electrical System: Weldon Multi-plexed Electrical System / Whelen LED Lighting Package / 10Kw Harrison Generator
1989 Seagrave 5 man cab. 1250 GPM pump, 500 gallon tank, 600' 1 3/4" handlines,
250ft. 2 1/2" blitz line, 1000' 5" LDH, & carries an assortment of hand tools. In May 2010, the apparatus went through a refurbishing through Seagrave in Wisconsin, thanks to a grant the department received. Among many other things, one this this this "refurb" did was enclose the cab so that the firefighters could ride safer to calls. Also completed was a complete emergency lighting upgrade to LED lights. This unit responds on all structure/building fires as the first run Engine.
RETIRED 8190 / Ladder 1
1984 Seagrave Aerial Ladder Truck
*Retired as of 2012*
RETIRED 8173 / Engine 1
1979 American LaFrance
*Retired as of January 2018*
1979 American LaFrance 5 man cab, 1250 GPM pump, 500 gallon tank, 550' 1 3/4" handlines, 250' 2 1/2" blitz line, 1000' of 3" supply line, & carries assorted hand tools.
This was a second run engine on all structure/building fires.