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. Its primary function is being used as a rescue unit at types of incidents such as motor vehicle collisions and ice rescues. Secondary to being used for rescues, it can be used for water supply, forcible entry, fire attack, HAZMAT, and many other tactical uses.
Engine 4 is a 1998 International/KME commercial cab pumper, used primarily as a fire attack engine in our hydrant district. Secondary to being used for in the hydrant district, this engine can also be used water supply in a rural area.
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.