Station 900 Apparatus
Engine 905 is a 2016 Fire Engine with a Midship pump. This Engine is our first out fire engine and will respond to a variety of emergencies. Its primary purpose is fire suppression of all types of fires including structure and wildland. This fire engine is also equipped with a 1,000 gallon water tank, 20 gallons each of Class A / B foam, and a 1,500 GPM Pump. This engine also is equipped with rescue equipment to assist with motor vehicle crashes and other types of rescues. This unit has Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical equipment and will also respond to medical emergencies with dual trained Firefighter/EMTs.
This unit was put in service in July of 2016.
Engine 906 is a 1996 Front mount Fire Engine. This fire engine used to be numbered 914 prior to July 2016 but was changed to 906 after the new fire engines went into service. This Engine is our second out fire engine and will respond to a variety of emergencies. Its primary purpose is fire suppression of both structure and wildland fires. This fire engine is also equipped with a 1,000 gallon water tank, 10 gallons each of both Class A & B foam, and a 1,250 GPM Pump, & some rescue equipment to assist with motor vehicle crashes and other types of rescue. This unit is also equipped with Basic Life Support (BLS) medical equipment and will also respond to medical emergencies with dual trained Firefighter/EMTs.
Rescue 903 is a 1996 medium duty rescue unit and responds with multiple purposes. This unit responds primarily to rescue emergencies such as motor vehicle crashes. This unit also responds to medical emergencies and is equipped to assist as a support unit on fire scenes.
Rescue 903 is equipped with heavy extrication tools that includes a hydraulic spreader, cutter and rams. This unit also has heavy lift airbags, rope rescue equipment and is also equipped with a mobile air cascade system to refill firefighter's air packs.
Tender 909 is a 4,000 Gallon Water Tender built for Aurora Fire in 2005. This unit is utilized for transporting water to rural fires where fire hydrants are scarce or not available. This unit has a 1,000 GPM pump and a rear dump valve. This unit is only equipped for fire response.
Brush 908 is a 2017 Ford F-550 Brush Unit. This unit is equipped with a 400 gallon water tank, 10 gallon foam tank and a 120 GPM pump. This unit is utilized for wildland response and is 4x4 capable. This unit can be staffed with up to 5 firefighters when responding to emergencies. Although it's primary purpose is brush/grass fires, it is also equipped to respond to a wide range of emergencies to include medical emergencies, motor vehicle crashes and other fire types of fires like vehicle fires.
This unit is essential for getting into areas that our larger two wheel drive apparatus cannot go and can be utilized all year.
This 2011 Ford Expedition is utilized by our Duty Officer (Battalion 9) to provide command staff for incidents. Our Volunteer Fire Officers rotate shifts in order to staff this vehicle on nights and weekends.
This unit is equipped with Basic Life Support (BLS) medical equipment and an AED. This unit also has other equipment that will assist the Duty Officer with command on a scene.
Operations Chief 912
This 2016 Ford F-150 is utilized by Operations Chief Greg Dyke as a staff vehicle that allows for his response to emergencies. The Operations Chief may respond to any emergency he feels the need for a commanding officer. He will assume command of an incident and direct units and crews working on the emergency. His unit is also equipped with medical equipment in the event he needs to assist on medical emergencies.
This 1994 Oshkosh Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) unit was purchased with generous donations from local businesses and the State of Oregon. Foam 918 was purchased to replace an early 1970's ARFF Unit that we previously used for the airport. It is equipped with 3,000 gallons of water, a 400 gallon Foam Tank and a 2,000 gallon per minute (GPM) pump. Its primary purpose is to extinguish or prevent fires from incidents involving aircraft. This unit can respond outside of the airport, and can also be utilized for other large fires which may require large amounts of foam.
1929 Parade Engine
This is our retired 1929 Chevy Fire Engine built right here in Aurora. This Engine served over 30 years with the Aurora Fire District before it was retired. After retirement it was kept and is now utilized as our parade fire engine for local parades and public events.
This fire engine also has many items that were original to that age of firefighting, such as the wooden ladders, old lanterns and extinguishers.