2008 Polaris

Equipped with a wildland firefighting package, these units are also used to assist EMS with victim removal from wooded areas.

In 1969, temporary quarters consisting of a single story one bay firehouse were established for newly formed Engine Company# 3. In 1975, the current five bay station was constructed which houses houses an engine, engine tanker, brush truck, rehab trailer and two all terrain vehicles stored on trailers.

FIREHOUSES

MONUMENTS

ARTWORK

SLOGANS

KITSCHY

ANTIQUES

FIREMATIC HISTORY

Brush 329 - 1994 Ford F-350/Lee’s Emergency Equipment

Engine Tanker 327 (“Super Mack”) - 1986 Mack CF 1250 gpm/2800 gal.

This rig operates as the department’s foam unit.

Engine 323 (“Big Mack”) - 1983 Mack CF 1250 gpm/750 gal.

After 29 years of service, this rig is still in active first due status.

Special thanks to Chief Robert Verney for his assistance in arranging this visit, positioning the apparatus for photos and providing background information on the department’s operations.

Special Service Unit TR-1

Formerly equipped for both confined space rescue & haz-mat response, this support trailer presently carries an assortment of absorbent materials for haz-mat spill response.