• Engine 2911 is a 2016 Spartan MetroStar chassis, built up by Hi-Tech Emergency Vehicle Service in Oakdale, California. It has almost 50% more storage than the engine it replaces, a bigger pump, and carries 10% more water, yet is shorter in overall length. It has seating for 6, a 1500 GPM pump, a 650 gallon tank, and a dedicated compartment for rescue equipment. This engine will be first out to nearly all calls. A photo gallery showing the buildup of 2911 as well as its sister, Engine 3611, can be found by clicking here!


  • Engine 2936 is a 2018 Type 3 fire engine built on an International 4X4 chassis by Hi-Tech Emergency Vehicle Service in Oakdale, California. It has a 500 GPM pump with pump-and-roll capability, and a 500 gallon tank. Its mission is wildland firefighting.


  • Water Tender 2951 is a 2011 Kenworth T370 built by Fouts Brothers, with a 500 GPM pump and a 3000 gallon water tank. This resource, housed at the Saratoga Summit fire station in the winter and Las Cumbres station in the summer, will be very useful for fire suppression in all three counties in our immediate response area and beyond. The presence of a mobile water source will have a positive impact on the ISO rating for many homes in our area.


  • Utility 2991 is a 2017 4WD Ford F350. It has an Extendobed slide-out cargo bed which carries all types of medical and rescue gear, and some fire suppression tools. It can be converted to move a patient a short distance, for example, from an off road location to a waiting ambulance. It has an extensive LED scene lighting package to light up the night and will also help with driving off-pavement.