Our Apparatus

– Engine 74 2010 Pierce Arrow XT

General Information
Engine 74 is our primary response unit for fire responses, motor vehicle accidents, and hazardous materials investigations. Engine 74 will also respond with Aid 74 to medical aid calls. This fire engine carries 750 gallons of water, over 2000 feet of hose, 25 gallons of firefighting foam, pre-plumbed auto extrication equipment, and ground ladders. Our engines are fully equipped to provide BLS level medical care. The engine carries a LifePak12 heart monitor / defibrillator, airway management equipment, portable suction, and vacuum splints.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed by 1 Firefighter / Driver-Operator, 1 Officer or acting officer, and 1 Firefighter / EMT or Paramedic.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased new on a grant from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians.

– Engine 749 1992 Pierce Dash

General Infromation
Engine 749 is our reserve engine used in place of Engine 74 when it is out of service or when there are multiple emergency calls. This unit is fully in-service and available to respond at all times. This engine carries 750 gallons of water, over 2000 feet of fire hose, auto extrication equipment, and is equipped with all BLS medical aid equipment required by Pierce County.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed as needed.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased used from Pierce County Fire Dist. No. 11

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– Aid 74 2016 Braun Northwest Ford E450 Ambulance

General Information
Aid 74 is our primary aid unit used for all medical aid calls. Aid 74 will also respond with Engine 74 for motor vehicle accidents.  This unit if fully equipped to provide BLS medical care. The aid unit carries a LifePak12 heart monitor / defibrillator, airway management equipment, portable suction, backboards, and vacuum splinting kit. Aid 74 is also certified as a  transport unit for BLS patients when staffing allows.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed by 2 Firefighter / EMT or Paramedics.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased new on a grant from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians in 2004 and rechassied in 2016 through financing.

– Aid 749 1994 Wheeled Coach E450 Ambulance

General Information
Aid 749 is our reserve aid unit used in place of Aid 74 when it is out of service or when there are multiple emergency calls. This unit is fully in-service and available to respond at all times. The aid unit carries a LifePak12 heart monitor / defibrillator, airway management equipment, portable suction, backboards, and vacuum splinting kit. Aid 749 is also certified as a  transport unit for BLS patients when staffing allows.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed as needed.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased used from Snohomish County Fire Dist. 26.

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– Tender 74 2001 International Custom Tender

General Information
Tender 74 is our primary unit used for water supply when no fire hydrants are in the area. Tender 74 carries 2590 gallons of water, 15 gallons of foam, and over 1000 feet of fire hose.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed as needed.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased new on a grant from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians.

– Marine 74 2010 Custom outboard

General Information
Marine 74 is our primary unit for water rescue response on the Puyallup River. This unit also responds with Brown’s Point / Dash Point Fire for water rescue responses in Puget Sound.
Staffing Information
This unit is staffed by 1 Boat Operator, and 2 Water Rescue Technicians.
Funding Information
This unit was purchased new on a grant from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians.

B74 & Utility 741

– Utility 741 2009 Ford F350
– Battalion 74 2005 Ford Expedition

General Information
Battalion 74 is our primary command unit staff by the on duty officer. This unit will respond to fire responses, motor vehicle accidents, and advanced medical aid responses. This unit can also be used as a mobile command post for the incident commander.

Utility 741 is used by Chief 74. This unit will respond to fire responses, motor vehicle accidents, and advanced medical aid calls. This unit also carries a 150 gallon water tank and is able to assist with small brush fires if needed.
Funding Information
Both of theses units were purchased new from the general budget of the fire district.