2000 International 4800/KME 4x4 “Class A” Pumper/Tanker 1000 gallon tank/1250 gallon per minute pump It is the first out apparatus on structure fires. It is a dual purpose apparatus that can be used for direct fire suppression or water supply. It carries 1200 feet of 3in supply hose and 600 feet of 1 ¾ in attack line outfitted with smooth bore nozzles and fog nozzles. It also is the second out apparatus on MVC’s (Motor Vehicle Crashes). It is stationed at the Main Station.
2012 Freightliner / Pierce "Class A" Pumper/Tanker 1000 gallon tank / 1750 gallon per minute pump It is the second out apparatus on a structure fire and has light duty rescue equipment. Engine 12-2 is also the first out apparatus for mutual aid to neighboring fire districts. It replaces the 1979 Ford / Grumman-Howe Pumper that served us for 33 years. It was dedicated and put in to service on May 19, 2012. It is stationed at the Main Station.
1985 GMC / FMC “Class A” Pumper/Tanker 1000 gallon tank / 1000 gallon per minute pump It is the third out apparatus on structure fires. It carries 1200 feet of 3 inch supply hose and 400 feet of 1 ¾ inch attack line. It also carries a small portable pump for drafting water out of creeks and ponds. It is a dual purpose truck that can be used as an engine for direct fire suppression or for water supply. It is stationed at the Sub Station.
2011 Chevy 2500 Suburban 4x4 First Responder quick response vehicle equipped at the EMT-Intermediate level. First out on medical calls. It is stationed at the Main Station.
2004 Ford Explorer Former TAC 12, this vehicle used as a back up TAC truck, to transport personnel and equipment to scenes and to and from training.
1985 Ford Tanker 1500 gallon tank / 350 gallon per minute pump Used to supply water for fire ground operations. It is stationed at the Sub Station.
1990 Ford Super Duty 4x4 / Boardman “Mini-Pumper” 250 gallon tank / 350 gallon per minute pump Primary use is for limited access areas that the larger apparatus cannot access. Secondary use is for wild land fires and for inclement weather response. It is stationed at the Main Station.
2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty 4x4 350 gallon tank w/ 8 gallon foam tank / 18 hp Hale pump It is the first out apparatus out on wild land fires. It carries 300 feet of 1 ¾ in attack line and 200 feet of 1in forestry line. It is also equipped with a Blizzard Foam Proportioning System capable of wild land suppression using foam. It is stationed at the Main Station.
2000 Ford F-550 Super Duty 4x4 / Medium Duty Rescue Vehicle Used as a Light Rescue Level vehicle and certified by the NCAREMS association. Primarily used for a variety of rescue services such as vehicle extrication, high angle rescue, water rescue and etc. It carries a variety of equipment such as a light tower, Amkus Rescue Tools, medical equipment, on-board generator and more. It is the first out apparatus on MVC’s (Motor Vehicle Crashes) and other rescue situations. It is also third out on structure fires for fire ground support such as lights, salvage, overhaul and rescue situations. It is stationed at the Main Station.
2009 Polaris Ranger Used to access areas that cannot be accessed by full sized apparatus. Polaris 12 is also equipped with a medical unit to attach a back board and attendent's seat and also has a custom brush unit capable of fighting wild land fires. It is stationed at the Main Station.
1986 Dodge 4x4 Utility Truck Used for hauling hose, equipment and personnel for fire ground operations. It is housed at the Main Station.
2011 Chevrolet 2500 Suburban 4x4
Fire Chief's response vehicle. Used by the Fire Chief to respond to calls that may require a command presence. Also used to attend a variety of meetings such as: Meetings with Emergency Management and County Managers, Buncombe County Chiefs Assoc. and Buncombe County Firefighters Assoc. and etc.