The most valuable asset of any fire service organization are the firefighters who carry out the necessary tasks every day. In order for the firefighters to be the most effective they can be, tools and equipment are required. The firefighters are extremely skilled in the operations of this equipment, some of which is very complex.
2022 E-One Pumper, 2,000 gpm pump, 720 gal tank,
2009 E-One Pumper, 2,000 gpm pump, 700 gal tank,
2005 E-One Pumper, 2,000 gpm pump, 720 gal tank
2003 E-One Quint, 75 ft Ladder, 2,000 gpm pump
2015 Rosenbauer 101 ft Ladder Truck, 2,000 gpm pump
2021 Horton Advanced Life Support Medic Unit
2019 Horton Advanced Life Support Medic Unit
2017 Horton Advanced Life Support Medic Unit
2013 Horton Advanced Life Support Medic Unit
1 Inflatable Boat with outboard motor
1 All Terrain Vehicle with Trailer
Go Right for Lights and Siren
day, emergency vehicles respond to urgent requests for help from the
public. The call may be for a fire alarm or someone having a heart
attack. All drivers must know their responsibilities when approached by
an emergency vehicle with lights flashing and siren sounding.
Do you know what to do?
Don't panic and slam on the brakes.
Pull as near as possible and parallel to the right-hand edge or curb and stop.
Remain stopped until the emergency vehicle has passed.
Don't stop in the middle of a curve.
Don't stop on or while cresting a hill.
Precious minutes lost while responding to an emergency can be the
difference between life and death. Help us help others by pulling to the
right and stopping!