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Apparatus RosterEdit

All pump/tank measurements are in Imperial gallons.

Fire Station 1 - 19 Church Street, MaitlandEdit

Built 1958

Van 3 - 2000 GMC Express rescue van
Pumper 5 - 2016 International DuraStar / Arnprior Fire Trucks (1500/1000/CAFS)
Tanker 8 - 2003 GMC C8500 / Superior (420/2500) (SN#SE 3017)
Rescue 9 - 2008 International 4400 / Lafleur walk-around Rescue
Pumper 11 (Water Source) - 1993 GMC Top Kick / Superior (850gpm/1200 gallon tank) (SN#SE 1296)

Fire Station 2 - 8112 Mill Street, North AugustaEdit

Built 1973

Pumper 2 - 2014 International / Arnprior Fire Trucks/ (1500 Waterous/1000/CAFS)
Truck 4 - 2009 Chevrolet 2500 HD pick-up truck
Rescue 6 - 2010 International / Lafleur / walk-in rescue
Tanker 7 - 1999 GMC C8500 / Superior (portable pump/2500) (SN#SE 2119)

Retired ApparatusEdit

1995 GMC Top Kick / Superior pumper (840/1000) (SN#SE 1520) (Donated to Winterton Fire Department)
1989 GMC Vandura light rescue (Donated to Seaside Volunteer Fire Department)
1982 GMC / Pierreville pumper (625/1200) (SN#PFT-1247)
1975 Ford / King pumper (625/?) (SN#74076)
1972 GMC / King pumper (625/?) (SN#72006)
1966 GMC / King tanker (SN#66005)
1957 GMC / Marsh pumper (500/200)
GMC Rally Six rescue van
Ford rescue van

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Station MapEdit

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