Duty vehicle for Fire Chief
Command Vehicle at incidents
Command Console, with communications and accountability tools in rear
4 Wheel Drive
Battalion Chief 3
2005 Cheverolet 3500
On Duty Battalion Chief Vehicle
Extenda Bed sliding tray in rear
Scott 4.5 SCBA
Scott Pak Tracker
Knox Box Key Entry System
2019 Spartan / Atlantic Coast
This truck is the primary response engine in our main district. a Spartan / Smeal IPS-NXT engine equipped with a 500 HP diesel motor and a 2250 GPM pump. It has seated positions for 5 firefighters, of which 4 have integrated air packs.
This truck has a Hurst hydraulic combi tool and has some of the latest technology in the fire service, Including Several Stihl battery powered saws, Dewalt battery powered LED Flood lights, and a battery powered Positive Pressure Ventilation Fan.
2003 International / Smeal
Urban Interface, 4 Wheel drive, 1250 gpm pump, 750 gal. tank, Class A Foam, Hurst hydraulic combi tool. First out in Inclement weather for our main district.
2010 KME 4x4 Custom
First out engine in District 2's response area.
4 Wheel drive, Rear mount Compressed Air Foam Capability
1500 Gpm CAFS Pump
1000 gallon tank, 30 Gal Class A foam tank,
Hurst Hydraulic Combi-tool.
Pumper / Tanker. 2000 gpm pump, 1000 gallon tank, 20 Gal. Class A Foam Cell, 1500 gal. drop tank, Newton dump, Hurst Hydraulic Combi-tool. First out engine in District 3.
2004 Spartan / Smeal
2000 gpm pump, 1000 gal. tank, Class A and B foam systems, Hurst Hydraulic Combi-Tool.
1997 International / 3D manufacturing
Urban Interface Engine with CAFS (Compressed Air Foam System), 4 Wheel Drive, 1250 gpm pump, 750 gal. tank, Former Haw Creek Fire-Rescue Engine 7-2
105' Rear mount ladder
Ladder has water and rescue modes of operation
Hurst rescue system
1500 GPM pump
400 Gal tank
2009 Sterling / Water Master
3500 Gallon Tank, 1250gpm PTO pump, Vacuum pump, 40 ft. suction hose, 4000 gal. drop tank. Capable of filling and offloading itself in a little over two minutes. First out Tanker for District 1 response.
1997 Freightliner / US Tanker
2000 gallon Elliptical Tank, 500gpm pump, 2100 gal. drop tank. First out Tanker for District 2 response
2004 Ford / Anchor-Richey EVS
300 gpm pump, 300 gallon water tank, Class A foam cell, transverse compartment, Front bumper monitor which is controlled from the cab, pump controls in the cab. First out for wild fire response in district 1
2017 Dodge 5500 / Anchor Richey EVS
First responder / Wildland fire suppression unit for district 2. 300 GPM pump, 300 gallon water tank, Foam cell. ALS emergency medical equipment, Automated External Defibrilator
1998 Ford / Anchor Richey EVS
First responder / Wildland fire suppression unit in station 3's district, 250 GPM Pump, 225 Gallon water tank, 8 Gallon foam tank, ALS emergency medical equipment, Automated external defibrilator
1999 Pierce Dash Walk-around Rescue
Hurst Rescue system
Rope rescue equipment
Swiftwater rescue equipment
Salvage and Overhaul equipment
First out Rescue truck in districts 1 and 3
2006 Ford F350 4X4
Quick Response / Rescue , 4x4, Warn 12000 LB Winch, Extendo Bed slide out tray loaded with Medical and Rescue Equipment. Initial response to medical incidents in District.
2008 Chevrolet 5500 /Anchor-Richey EVS
4X4, Medium duty Rescue,15,000lb Warn winch on front, 5000lb portable winch on rear with side pockets to re-locate it, Light Tower, High Pressure lifting Air bag system, Extendo bed system with Hurst portable hydraulic rescue pump and tools
2006 Ford / Wheeled Coach 350
Advanced Life Support ambulance
2014 Ford F-450 / Arrow
This truck is our primary ALS ambulance. It is 4WD and also has tire chains to be used with it in snowy weather.
2012 Chevrolet / Wheeled Coach 4500
Advanced life support ambulance
2008 Chevrolet 3500
Multi-purpose utility vehicle. Responds to Brush fires either towing ATV or our support unit to the scene, and also transports equipment. In the winter time it is set up with a Western salt/sand spreader and a 7ft. Western snow plow to assist in allowing more mobility in snow/ice.
2003 Chevy Tahoe
Former Cherokee FD Fire Marshal's vehicle. Used for errands and to transport personnel to training
2017 Polaris Ranger 900 Crew Cab
4 Wheel drive UTV with an enclosed cab. Has a 4500 lb Warn winch, and a snow plow and chains for use in the winter.
Is used to transport personnel and equipment on calls such as searches, brush fires, and inclement weather.
2007 Polaris Ranger 6X6 700
Removable pump and tank for brush fires. Used for search and rescue as well.
-Seating for 3
-2500lb Warn winch
-50 gallon water tank
-Reel with 3/4" hose
-Removable cab doors
Fire prevention and safety house
29 Ft., Two Level .wheelchair accessible on first level . Kitchen with stove, microwave,refrigerator,and heated door. Living room with simulated wood stove, 9-1-1 phone system. Bedroom with heated door and emergency escape window. Smoke machine with items in each room capable of "smoking" to simulate a real fire.
Engine 1 "Retired"
1963 Ford / American LaFrance
First commercially built fire truck purchased by the Fairview Fire Department. The truck was purchased brand new from American LaFrance for $12,500. It also took numerous signatures from members of the community insuring that the truck would be paid for when recieved.
Car 3 "Retired"
2001 Ford Crown Victoria
Police Interceptor package. Used for department duties and errands as well as transporting Firefighters to schools. Former Buncombe County Sheriff's Department Patrol car.
Car 3-2 "Retired"
2003 Ford Expedition
Car 3-2 Started life at Fairview as the first Battalion Chief's Vehicle to be in service and was used as suck for 3 years. It then moved to be the first response vehicle in Station 2's district. Former Chief Vehicle, "Car 9", From Ellicott Creek Volunteer Fire Company, Amhurst, NY.
Rescue 3 "Retired"
1990 GMC / Hackney
Heavy Rescue that served as our main Rescue unit
Ladder 3 "Retired"
2000 HME / Smeal
1500 gpm pump, 400 gal. tank, 75ft ladder
Tanker 3-3 "Retired"
1988 Ford /Grumman
Pumper / Tanker 1250 Gpm pump, 1000 gal. Tank. First out Tanker for District 3 response