• Custom built in 2015 for the District by Spartan ERV. This is the first due engine from Mt. Erie Station 1. A modern structural engine with a 1000 gallon tank and 1500gpm pump.
  • 1114

    This is a wildland engine or also known as the "Brush Truck". This is a 4 wheel drive truck built in 1992 for the District. It carries 200 gallons of water and tools for fighting forest fires. This unit has more than paid for itself in the last few years with the growing threat of a major fire on the island.
  • 1116

    This is a 3000 gallon water tender. It is a 2004 Kenworth chassis with the body built by Fouts Bros Inc. It carries a portable water tank that the water is dumped into at the scene and the truck can go get more water while the fire engines draft it out.
  • This dedicated light rescue responds to all types of medical emergencies and car accidents. It carries a set of 'Jaws of Life' and other vehicle extrication tools.
  • 1118

    This unit is a 1998 Chevy 4x4 used by members for traveling to and from classes. It also is used to do maintenance projects around the District, used by the Chief as a response vehicle, and as a backup unit for when the ambulance or the brush units go into maintenance.
  • 1121

    Built for the District in 1996 by the W.S. Darley Co, the engine has a 1000 gallon water tank, a 1500 gallon per minute pump, carries 5 firefighters and the thermal imaging camera.
  • 1122

    Built in 2000 for the District this is the primary fire engine for Station 2. It carries 1000 gallons of water and has a 1500 gallon per minute water pump. The firefighters ride in a totally enclosed cab where their airpacks are in the seats. When the apparatus arrives the firefighter is ready to go to work.
  • 1124

    This unit serves as a rescue unit and has the capability of fighting brush fires. It carries basic rescue tools for car accidents and a full set of medical equipment. A fire pump and 300 gallon water tank give it a firefighting capability. This unit was purchased in August of 2006.