Pierce Lance - 1998
1,750 GPM with 1,000 Gallon Tank
Engine 15-2 is primarily a reserve engine but can respond to incidents if staffing permits, it also responds to any out of town transfers
Ford Expedition EL SSV - 2009
Utilized by Duty Officer on Designated Weekends and Members Attending Out of Town Trainings Responds As Needed to Incidents and Back Up Tow Vehicle for Special Ops Trailer.
GMC 3500/E-One - 1997
Responds: This unit is utilized by the Fire Police and responds as needed for traffic control. The Squad is equipped with a full compliment of traffic control equipment including communications, cones, barrier tape, portable road barriers and DOT warning signs. It also includes seating for four members.
Special Unit 15
Polaris Ranger UTV - 2006
Responds: The Special Unit responds as needed for special emergencies and during special events. This includes the Ephrata Fair, severe weather emergencies and events where access is restricted by crowds. The unit is also equipped for brush fires and to handle all calls on the Ephrata Liner Park, Rail Trail. It is equipped with various brush fire tools, extinguishers, off road patient transport and 400 feet of various sized hose.
Special Operations Trailer
12x20 Trailer - 2006
Houses Water Rescue Equipment for Primary Response
- Boats 1-5-1 & 1-5-2 and Motors
- Dry Suits & Water Rescue PPE
- Throw-bags, Water Rescue Rope & Misc. Water Rescue Equipment
Unit : Hand Pumper
Hendrickson - 1982
1982 Hendrickson 1871W/LTI/Conestoga, canopy cab, 1500/200, 85 ft steel rear-mount tower, tandem rear axles, ladders carried in open side compartments, Detroit 8V92TA, 445HP, automatic, 6 KW generator. Housed 10/22/83. Replaced and sold in 2002 to the Alexis Fire Equipment.
American LaFrance 675C - 1946
1946 American LaFrance, Type 675C, full cab, 750/150, ser. no. L-2285, shipped 3/26/46, purchased by the borough to be used in the borough, cab canopy accessible through walkway dividing hose bed, 75 gallon water tank on each side, Lycoming V-12 motor, centrifugal pump.
Ford/Reading E-350 4x4 Conversion - 1986
This unit is utilized for various emergency and non emergency responses including; specialized rescues, water/ice emergencies, severe weather events, lighting and tows rescue boats 1-5-3, 1-5-4.
Pierce Lance Pumper - 1995
Engine 1-5-1 was the front line engine responding first for structure fires, fire alarms and other non-vehicular calls for 23 years. The engine was replaced in 2018 with a 2018 Pierce Enforcer pumper and was sold to Command Fire Apparatus of Lancaster, PA.