Station 2 was relocated in 1997 across the street to its current location at Church St. between Cottonwood Dr and Main St. This station is staffed with 17 paid on call firefighters including a captain and lieutenant. This station contains two engines, a rescue, a utility truck and dive trailer.
Engine 823 is a 2013 Toyne with a 2000 gallon per minute pump and holds 750 gallons of water. It contains a direct injection foam system with class A foam. This engine is Medical First Responder certified. Some of the equipment includes jaws of life rescue tool, a ventilation fan and 1000 ft of 5 in hose. This is the newest engine in the fleet.
Rescue 832 is a 2009 SVI. It contains equipment for many types of rescue situations. Some of the equipment on the unit consists of: jaws of life rescue tool, air bag set, Ladder 42 strut system and medical equipment. This truck is Medical First Responder certified. The center of the truck is an office style command room -supported by extra radios and viewing windows for a large scale incident. It has a light tower on the roof and a cascade system for resupplying air bottles on scenes.
Engine 824 is a 1998 E-One with a 1500 gallon per minute pump that holds 750 gallons. It contains spill cleanup material used for accident situations along with hose and hand tools for fire situations. It also carries 1100 ft of 5 in hose.
Utility truck 882
Utility truck 882 is a 2006 GMC 2500 extended cab. It is certified Medical First Responder and contains an AED defibrillator. Daily this truck is used for maintenance of the fire stations along with medical and fire calls.
We have a 14 person dive team along with 6 support members to assist them. This trailer holds all of their equipment including dive bottles, suits and life jackets for dive operations.