The Hayfork Volunteer Fire Department equipment includes two engines, two water tenders, command vehicles and other specialized equipment for rescue and support functions. Fire Engines and other vehicles in the fire service are categorized, or “typed” (i.e. Type 1, Type 2) by capability to assist with resource ordering. Resource typing provides emergency managers with the information they need to request and receive the specific resources to mitigate an emergency or disaster.
fleet. Radio call number #3111
Unit 11: 2006 Rosenbauer custom Type 1 Fire Engine. This is the first engine out on all Structure Fires car accidents and over the bank calls. This engine was purchased by a FEMA assistance Firefighters grant written by Mrs. Erin Flores, daughter of Roger and Nancy Cox of Hayfork. The grant provided $285,000.00 of the $300,000.00 purchase price. The engine was the first new vehicle in 42 years for the district. Carrying 750 gallons of water, five firefighters and capable of pumping 1250 gallons of water per minute was a significant improvement to the fire suppression.
Unit 12: 2009 Ford F-350 4X4 crew cab.
This unit was our first purchase using measure F funding. The unit was designed to replace Unit 4 as the primary EMS response rig. Our plan was to be able to exchange personnel on fire assignments and provide additional transport room for firefighters to scene. Department personnel installed all electronics and warning lamps. T/K signs and Graphics created our door logos using the logo on 3111. Radio call number #3151
Unit 13: 2011 Ford F-250 4X4 pickup
Purchased in 2011, designed to be both a utility and command vehicle. Ordered with a bed liner and tool box, department personnel again installed electronics and warning lamps. T/K Sign and Graphics again provided logos and lettering. This unit provides a command platform for all emergency operations, transportation to outside training for individuals and a way to haul tools and hose. Radio call number #3101
Unit 15: 2013 International/Rosenbauer 4X4 Urban Interface Type 1 Fire Engine.
This is the first engine out on Wildland Fires. Using a lease purchase agreement, the district entered into an agreement with Fire Trucks West to purchase this engine. Carrying 750 gallons of water, five firefighters, and capable of pumping 1,001 gallons per minute, this rig can handle wildland, structure fires, or other incidents. Radio call number#3112.
Unit 16: 1990 Ford I-9000, 4000 gallon water tender.
This is the newest addition to our fleet and although it's operational, we continue to make improvements to better utilize this piece of equipment. Radio call number #3142