IN SERVICE APPARATUS
Squad 580 is a 2016 Ferrara Inferno Rescue Engine. It has a 1500gpm pump and a 1000 gallon tank. It is affectionately known to some of our members as the "SQUAD" due to it being set up as a Rescue/Engine. It carries a full complement of engine company equipment as well as a combination Hurst spreader and cutter, basic vehicle stabilization, and multiple hand tools. E-580 responds first due to all motor vehicle accidents, 2nd due to fires and is our mutual aid engine. SQ- 580 also carries all FAST equipment.
Engine 584 is a 2013 Ferrara Inferno Rescue Engine. It carries 1000 gallons of water and has 1500 GPM pump. E-584 is our first due engine for all structural responses.
Ladder 579 is a 2022 Seagrave 100' rear-mount aerial. Ladder 579 carries a full complement of ground ladders and truck company equipment. It also carries a full compliment of auto extrication tools and FAST equipment.
Tanker 577 is a 2018 Ferrara tanker. It has a 1000 gpm pump and a 2700 gallon tank. This rig carries a 3000 gallon portable tank as well. It is used in our non-hydrante area to supply water.
Brush Truck 578
Brush Unit M-578 is a 2006 Ford F-350 crew cab chassis with a fabricated fire body built by Finley Fire Equipment Co., Inc. in McConellsville, OH. It carries 200 gallons of water and 15 gallons of foam in a poly tank skid unit. It has a high pressure pump, front sprayers, 800' of forestry hose and a 200' booster reel. It also carries a chainsaw, rakes, brooms and other brush fire gear. M-578 is capable of carrying a driver and 4 firefighters.
Utility 1 is a 2015 Ford F-250 with seating for 5. U-1 is used for moving manpower and equipment during incidents and training.
The District Utility is a 2012 Chevy Tahoe. This Vehicle is used to transport manpower for drills and incidents. It is also used by the fire commissioners for district business and as spare fire chiefs vehicle.
Chief Of Department
2015 Chevy Tahoe
1st Assistant Chief
2018 Chevy Tahoe
2nd Assistant Chief
2021 Chevy Tahoe
Truck 579 is a 2001 Ferrara 107' rear-mount aerial. It has a 2000 gpm pump and a 350 gallon tank. 579 carries a full complement of ground ladders as well as all other truck company equipment such as saws, hand tools and rope rescue equipment. T-579 also carries a thermal imaging camera.
Tanker 577 is a 1987 4Guy's tanker. It has a 1000 gpm pump and a 3000 gallon tank. This rig carries a 3000 gallon portable tank as well. It was used in our non-hydranted area to supply water.
Engine 582 is a 1994 Spartan/3D engine. It has a 1500 gpm pump, a 1000 gallon tank and 2000 feet of 4 inch hose. It is set up with all standard engine company equipment, including a thermal imaging camera. E-582 is our first due apparatus to structural calls.
Engine 582 is a 1990 Sutphen. It carries 1000 gallons of water and has a 1500 gpm pump. E-582 carries a full compliment of Hurst Rescue Tools. E582 responds to mutual aid calls, MVA's and is the 3rd apparatus to respond to structural calls. E-582 once served the Upper Saddle River FD in Bergen County, NJ. It was purchased in 2015 due to E-583 being placed out of service.
1998 Spartan Rescue. It carries a full complement of extrication tools and stabilization equipment. It is also equipped with water rescue equipment. Rescue 581 carries all FAST equipment.
Engine 583 is a 2002 Ferrara. It has a 1500gpm pump and a 1000 gallon tank. It is affectionately known to some of our members as the "SQUAD" due to it being set up as a Rescue/Engine. It carries a full complement of engine company equipment as well as a combination Hurst spreader and cutter, basic vehicle stabilization, multiple hand tools and a Thermal Imaging Camera. E-583 is the 2nd due engine and our mutual aid engine.
Retired Truck 579 was an American LaFrance 75' rear mount aerial. This rig was sold to our neighbors at Salisbury Mills in 2003 when we took delivery of our current Ferrara aerial. We are happy this rig is still so close due to its capabilities to get into positions our current truck is unable to due to its size.
Retired Truck 584 was donated to Washingtonville by the Bethpage Fire Department in Nassau County, NY. This rig was used by our department while our current truck was out of service long term for body repairs after a "mishap." After use in Washingtonville the rig was donated to the South Blooming Grove FD so that they could keep their truck in service.
Maxim - 1975 - Retired Engine 580 was the pride of our fleet and our first due engine for many years. It was retired in 2003 upon delivery of our current E-583.
Matco Tool Truck - 1985
Brush Truck 578
Retired Brush Truck M-578 was also a work horse for our department. For many years M-578 was the first apparatus to respond to all incidents due to being small and quick. It had a 250 gallon tank and many of the senior men have told stories about the amount of fires this rig knocked down prior to the arrival of the heavy apparatus. It was placed out of service in 2006 when we took delivery of our current M-578.