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Spring Fire Safety Tips

Spring has arrived, and with spring cleaning comes a timely reminder to take steps to keep your home safe from the threat of fire! Check out our important Spring Safety Tips to help keep your home fire-free...

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Move to the RIGHT for Sirens & Lights

What's the best way to react to an approaching emergency vehicle? Most people know that you should pull over, but what's the safest way to do it, and what are some other practices you should be aware of? Check out some of our safety tips for staying safe on the road....

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Engine #2

Engine #2 is a 2009 Sutphen Class "A" Fire Pumper. It responds out of Main-Transit Fire Station No. 1, and features:

  • an 8 firefighter cab
  • self contained breathing apparatus (air packs) for each firefighter riding on the engine
  • 1,500 gallon per minute top mount Hale pump,
  • 750-gallon water tank,
  • a 30-gallon foam tank filled with F-500 foam and
  • an 8,000 watt Smart Power Pro generator powering six 750-watt flood lights.

With almost a half-mile of hose on board which includes 1,000 feet of 5-inch diameter supply hose and numerous pre-connected attack hose lines, Engine 2 is equipped to handle any firematic situation, utilizing a large array of tools including but not limited to:

  • large exhaust ventilation fans
  • electric cord reels
  • hose couplings
  • EMS equipment and a defibrillator



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Banquet Facilities

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Have an upcoming Party or Get-Together?

Check-out and book our newly renovated banquet facilities for your next gathering!

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