1995 EVI Walk-in Heavy Rescue. In 1995, the department added this piece for additional storage of equipment and to transport manpower to and from incidents. This unit also carries a
2010 state of the art Hurst rescue tool system, which was purchased with
funding received from the 2009 Federal Fire Act Grant.
Chevy One Ton 4x4 pick-up serves as the fire departments grass and brush
This auto functions as a brush fire unit.
This unit is a
2009 Chevrolet Tahoe. It serves as the primary response vehicle for the Department Duty
Emergency Rural Water Access
department in cooperation with The Soil and Water Conservation Department and several local landowners have put in service 8 Dry
Hydrants for almost instant access to local ponds, even when they are frozen over in the winter.
We wish to thank the many landowners who have granted us permission and given us
easements to place these hydrants and use these ponds. Many thanks also go to the Soil & Water Conservation Department for providing the parts and expertise to allow this program to become a reality.