Our fleet of apparatus are highly equipped and ready to respond at a moment's notice.  As you may or may not know, not all fire trucks are the same.

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ENGINE 61

A 2006 Pierce Contender equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute fire pump and holds 1000 gallons of water in its tank. This apparatus is equipped with a full complement of hand and power tools which allows firefighters to gain access to fires and persons in need by whatever means necessary, as well as medical equipment for EMS responses. This truck is currently in position as our reserve engine.

ENGINE 62

A 2019 Pierce Enforcer equipped with a 1500 gallon per minute fire pump and holds 750 gallons of water in its tank. This apparatus is equipped with a full complement of hand and power tools which allows firefighters to gain access to fires and persons in need by whatever means necessary, as well as medical equipment for EMS responses. This truck is Station 2's first out engine. 

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BOOSTER 61

A 2016 Chevy 3500 truck with a brush skid unit mounted in the back. This skid unit includes a 240-gallon water tank which supplies a gas powered pump capable of flowing 100 gallons per minute. This unit is also used as the prime mover for Decon 61.

TANKER 66

A 2012 International Deep South equipped with a 1250 gallon per minute fire pump and holds 1300 gallons of water in its tank. This apparatus is equipped with a full complement of hand and power tools which allows firefighters to gain access to fires and persons in need by whatever means necessary, as well as medical equipment for EMS responses. This truck is Station 1's first out engine and is also equipped with an onboard generator allowing us to run lights and various power tools in areas which lack power.

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RESPONDER VEHICLE

Command 60 is a 2012 Chevy Tahoe assigned to the Fire Chief. This vehicle is used to respond to calls and day-to-day operations. 

RESPONDER VEHICLE

Command 61 is a 2012 Chevy Tahoe assigned to the Senior EMS personnel to provide faster response time for Emergency Medical Services calls.

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HIGH WATER 61

Info and pictures coming soon.

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Info and pictures coming soon.

DECON 61

Since 2004 the PGFD, in a partnership with Ft. Bend County, has been the designated Decontamination Unit for the Ft. Bend County Hazardous Materials Response Team. It operates with a dedicated trailer containing specialized equipment designed to assist with decontamination operations in a Hazmat event. When requested to respond, PGFD personnel, manning Booster 61, transport this trailer to the scene and operates under the direction of the Ft. Bend Hazmat units. In 2022, the original trailer was replaced with a new unit, which is now designated Decon 61.

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COMMUNITY RELATION 60

A 2004 Wells Cargo Trailer currently being used to store and transport our Community Relations Committee's supplies to events. Formerly this trailer was used as the decon element for all Hazmat calls in Fort Bend. County. 

LIGHT TOWER

A 2013 Magnum Light Tower that was donated to us by AMECO.

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Our Fleet