2009 Ford F 350, 200 gallon water tank, 100′ booster line. This unit is a multipurpose vehicle used for Grass, Field, Brush and trash fires, open burns, mulch fires in the public right of way medians.
2014 Sutphen Monarch Rescue Pumper, Cummins ISX12 500 Hp, Jacobs Engine Brake, Allison Generator IV EVJ4000, Hale Qmax-1500, 750 gallon water tank, Smart power 10k generator, 2- 200’ pre-connected cross-lays off rear, 200’ 2 ½” cross-lay off rear , 800’ 3” for supply , 1050 ‘ 5” hose, 1-24’ ladder 14’ roof ladder, 12’ Little Giant Ziamatic Hydraulic Ladder Rack, Ziamatic Hydraulic Hard Suction Rack, Akron Brass Apollo Ground Monitor
2011 Sutphen Monarch Rescue Pumper. Cummins 500 H.P. ISM motor, Allison EVS 4000 heavy duty transmission, Hale 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, 30 gallon foam tank, Vogel Centralized lubrication system, 20 Kw. Smartpower Systems Generator, 2 200′ 1 3/4″ Pre-Connected Crosslays, 1050′ of 5″ hose, 600′ 3″ hose, 400′ of 2 1/2″ hose, Ziamatic Hydraulic Ladder Rack, Ziamatic Hydraulic Hard Suction Rack, Akron Brass Apollo Ground Monitor.
2006 Sutphen SL-75, Cummins ISM 450 Horsepower Engine, Jacobs Engine Brake, Allison EVS 4000 transmission, Waterous CSU 2000 GPM Pump, 450 Gallon Water Tank, Williams ATP 500 Foam System Class A and B, 20 Gallon Class A Foam Tank, 30 Gallon Class B , Foam Tank, ROM Roll Up Compartment Doors w/ LED Compartment Lighting, Onan 15 kw Hydraulic Generator, Elkhart Scorpion RF Monitor, 2 200′ Pre-connected Crosslays, Rear Low Hose Bed with 1000′ of 5″ Hose, 200′ of 3″ Pre-Connected for a Flying Standpipe , Ground Ladder Compliment of: (1) 35′ 3 Section Extension Ladder, (1) 28′ 2 section 28 Foot Extension Ladder, (2) 16′ Roof Ladders one Mounted to the Aerial and one mounted on the side, (1) Little Giant Ladder Mounted on the Cab, (1) 14′ Attic Ladder Mounted at the tip of the ladder.
2019 Horton F550 with updated ride system and safety features.
2015 Horton 623/International 4300 Low profile chassis, Maxforce Diesel Engine, Allison EVS 3000 Transmission.
1994 S&S/International, DT 466 Motor, Allison MD 3060 transmission, 2000 Gallon Tank, 750 GPM Waterous Pump, side and rear dumps, 2 2 1/2″ rear tank fills, 1000′ of 3″ supply hose, 2 200′ Pre-Connected Crosslays, 2100 Gallon Dump Tank, 500 GPM Portable Pump.
2012 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Truck. Utility 76 was purchased for the purpose of towing the Boat Trailer as well as being used as a First Responder. This vehicle has also been used to return bicycles to either one of our stations or to a person’s vehicle if they were involved in an incident on the Little Miami Bike Trail as a customer service to that person or persons. The crew cab type vehicle was purchased so that Firefighters attending outside training can ride together and take only one vehicle.
A 2011 Chevrolet 1 Ton extended cab pickup truck. Utility 77 was purchased for the purpose of towing the ATV Trailer as well as being used as an EMS First Responder Vehicle from Station 77 when staffing is at 3 at that station, Inspections, picking up hose and equipment from a the fire scene. This vehicle has also been used to return bicycles to either one of our stations or to a person’s vehicle if they were involved in an incident on the Little Miami Bike Trail as a customer service to that person or persons.
2011 Chevrolet Tahoe 4X4. This unit is used by the Chief for daily operations and command.
2013 GMC Yukon XL. This vehicle is utilized by the Asst. Fire Chief and is in essence her mobile office for fireground operations. This vehicle is also ALS Equipped with minimal supply and can first respond to a medical run when both stations are tied up on multiple incidents. This also at times requires that the Fire Chief and or the Asst. Fire Chief respond after hours.
Polaris ATV. This unit is utilized for responses in areas that are difficult to access with larger apparatus. It can be used for victim extraction from the bike trail, a field area or a heavily wooded area. The Polaris and the Red Wagon can also be used during a mass casualty incident for victim removal and also used to transport personnel and equipment for brush fires far away from roadways or heavily wooded areas.
The Boats Boat 76 and Boat 77
Hamilton Township is bordered on two sides by the Little Miami River. We have had events on or along the river during various times of the year. Hamilton Township and other departments along the Little Miami River share boats and other equipment to effectively serve this part of our response areas.