Fire Trucks on emergency
firefighting
fire hydrant, firefighter
Engine, portable pond
deck gun
Montague Fire. Dept Apparatus

We try to keep our

apparatus

as new as possible and up to date. Thanks to those who give at our fundraisers, support from Montague Township, and financial grants, we are able to maintain the following fleet:
2017 E-One with a Typhoon cab fire prevention at Montague School
Engine 1
This truck is our main pumper. It can bring 6 firefighters and equipment (such as air packs, exhaust fans, hand tools, a generator & lights) to the scene.

2017 E-One with a Typhoon cab, 2000 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank.
Engine 2
Engine 2 is much smaller than Engine 1, which makes it easier to maneuver into tight driveways. It can carry 2 firefighters, air packs, and various hand tools.

2003 Ford F-550 4WD with an E-ONE 1000 GPM pump, 250 gallons of water, and 30 gallons of foam.
Tanker 1 Tanker 2
Tanker 1
This truck hauls water needed for a structure fire. It has a "portable pond" to dump water into to feed a pumper while it goes to refill its own tank.

2012 Freightliner with Four Guys 500 GPM pump and 2000 gallons of water.

Tanker 2
This truck hauls water needed for a structure fire. It too has a “portable pond” that is set up on a flat area (usually the road) and it dumps the water into it to feed an engine (pumper) while it goes to refill its own tank.

2006 International with KME 2000 GPM pump and 4000 gallons of water.
Utility Fire Truck Montague Fire Dept Rescue Truck
Utility Truck
This truck carries equipment needed to pump out flooded basements, barricades to close roads, and traffic cones. It has a generator and lighting for night time operations.

1989 Chevrolet with Reading utility body and front bumper winch.
Rescue Truck
This truck carries specialized equipment, including four 6000 PSI breathing air cylinders (which can fill about 40 SCBA air packs on scene), some hazardous materials containment and clean-up items, a large generator, extrication tools, and various other tools.

1985 White/Volvo/Rescue Systems truck with 300GPM pump, 200 gallon tank, and four 35 gallon foam tanks.
Fire Chief Vehicle Fire Dept. Brush Truck
Chief Fire Vehicle
This truck responds to the scene first and gives the rest of the members an update as to the severity of the incident so they can prepare accordingly. It carries special radios and information specific to certain hazards we might face in our area, including hazardous materials and right-to-know information.

2012 Chevrolet Tahoe
Support Truck
This truck is used to haul equipment back & forth to the scene.

1969 Ford F-250
Special Equipment Trailer
Brush Truck
Ice Rescue Trailer
This trailer hauls special equipment like gear
for ice rescue emergencies.
Brush Truck
This truck goes into the woods to fight forest fires. It hauls brush firefighting tools as well as water and a pump. 1986 Chevrolet with 300 gallon tank & Hale pump.