(435) 843-2200

Fire Department Qualifications

Population Est Population 35,742 (Source: U.S. Census 2020)
Coverage Area 21.45 sq. miles
Fire Equipment Budget $393,047.00
2021 Incidents 532
Fire Stations 2
ISO Rating 4

Personnel

Total Current Members 50
Fire Chief 1
Assistant Chiefs 2
Captains 6
Lieutenants 4
Firefighters 37
Senior Firefighters >100

Active Apparatus

Engine #9 1972 Van Pelt, 750 Gallon Tank, 1500 GPM, Pumper
Engine #14 1982 Mack, 500 Gallon Tank, 1500 GPM, Pumper
Brush #15 1992 Ford F350 4×4, 250 Gal ¬†– Brush Truck
Brush #16 1992 Ford F350 4×4, 300 Gal –¬†Brush Truck
Brush #17 2003 Ford 550, 4WD, 500 Gallon Tank, Brush/Hazmat Truck
Brush #18 1994 GM Hummer, 4WD, 300 Gallon Tank, Brush Truck
Brush #19 1996 Ford 350, 4WD, 250 Gallon Tank, Brush Truck
Engine #20 1996 Pierce Quantum, 750 Gallon Water Tank, 2000 GPM Pumper (Extrication, Rescue)
Engine #21 2002 Pierce Quantum, 500 Gallon Water Tank, 2000 GPM Pumper (Extrication, Rescue)
Ladder #22 2002 Pierce Quantum 65 ft. Aerial ladder Quint, 250 Gallon Water Tank, 2000 GPM Pump
Brush #23 2008 Chevrolet 3500, 4WD, 350 Gallon Water Tank, Brush/Mini-Pumper
Ladder #24 2015 Pierce Quantum 105 ft. Aerial ladder Quint, 250 Gallon Water Tank, 2000 GPM Pump

 

Retired Apparatus

Engine #1 250 gal. Hand Pumper (functional)
Engine #2 American LaFrance Bangor Ladder, 250 Gal (Functional)
Engine #4 1956 Van Pelt 1000 Gal (Functional)
Engine #10 1980 Mack 500 Gal 1500 GPM (Functional)

Trailers

Mobile Decontamination Trailer
Hazmat Equipment Trailer
Trench Rescue Trailer