Car 1 is a 2008 Ford Explorer, set up as a mobile command center for large and complex incidents, and is often used by the Chief Officers when responding to emergencies.
Ambulance 1 is a 2018 Ford F550 retrofitted by Osage Ambulance and replaced the previous Ambulance 1 in early 2019. Ambulance 1 responds to medical emergencies and to provide medical standby at other incidents.
Ambulance 2 is a 2012 Chevrolet diesel retrofitted by Wheeled Coach. Ambulance 2 rotates with Ambulance 1 as the primary medical response vehicle for the department.
Engine 3 is a 2012 Ember pumper manufactured by Ferrara Fire Apparatus. It'sprimary function is as a pumper for fire calls within the town's hydrant district, as well as being used as a rescue unit at other types of incidents such as motor vehicle collisions and ice rescues.
Engine 4 is a 1998 International/KME commercial cab pumper, used primarily as a pumper for rural areas [non-hydrant district] in town. Engine 4 also serves as the departments mutual aid truck, responding to fires in our neighboring communities when requested.
Truck 1 is a 2007 Ferrara Intruder custom cab quint, with a 75' arial ladder. A quint is a dual purpose apparatus that serves both as an engine and a ladder truck, deriving it's name from the Latin prefix for five based on the five functions a quint provides: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial ladder/waterway, and ground ladders.
Utility 1 is a 2002 GMC Utility Body that is primarily used as a support vehicle to move equipment and personnel to and from incident scenes.
Forestry 1 is our primary response vehicle for forestry and wildland incidents. This former U.S. Army Reserve Humvee is outfitted with a CET Fire Pack Skid that boasts a 225gal tank and 11HP Honda Engine capable of pumping water at 20-70gpm, various hand tools, hose, and other wildland firefighting equipment.
Former USAF tanker truck. Capable of 6-wheel drive. 2000 gallon tank.