The City of Harrisonburg operates from four fire stations. The engine company numbers have a historical meaning - they were the old vehicle shop numbers of the pumpers.
Engine 23, from Station 4, is a 2006 Sutphen 1500/500 with serial number HS-4148.
Reserve Engine 23 is this 1990 Sutphen Deluge, 1500/500, sn-HS2447, ex-Engine 23.
Engine 25, from Station 2, is a 2003 Sutphen 1500/500 with sn- HS3699.
Harrisonburg Fire Station 3 - Houses Engine 26, Reserve Engine 26, and a utility.
Engine 26 operates from Station 3, it is a 2000 Sutphen Monarch, 1500/500, sn-HS3450.
Compartment doors on Engine 26.
Reserve Engine 26 is this unique 1985 LTI Olympian with the body completed by LTI in 1986. 1250/500. Note the body work by the rear jump seats. This work was completed in 1998 by the department to help keep the elements off of the firefighters. This LTI was originally a demo truck for LTI and was one of the first trucks they built. LTI serial number 8501328.
This 2008 Sutphen Monarch, 1500/500/25/25, sn-HS 4456 operates as Engine 28 from Station 1.
Harrisonburg purchased twin 1990 Sutphen Deluge 1500/500 engines. Originally assigned to Engine 28 at Station 1, this engine is currently Reserve Engine 28. Serial number HS-2448.
Tower 1 is this 2013 Spartan Gladiator/Spartan ERV, 100', sn-213012-01.
Another view of Tower 1.
Harrisonburg Tower 1, a 1996 KME Fire Fox with a 102'. It would later become Tower 2 in 2014.
Harrisonburg's antique ladder truck is a 1954 American LaFrance 700, 85', sn-L5099.
Previously running as Ladder 27, this truck was rehabbed in 2009 by M&W and is now the departments ceremonial truck.
Harrisonburg's Command Post is a 2008 Freightliner MT55/Utilimaster/2009 Farber Specialty Vehicles.
This unit was shown at FDIC in 2009.
Officer side of Command 1.
Support 29 is a 2000 Freightliner 70/Hackney/2010 HAZMAT Sales.
HAZMAT 29, is a 2003 KenWorth T300/Hackney.
Harrisonburg's Brush 31, a 2000 Ford F350 with a 175 gallon tank. It was originally owned by the Harrisonburg volunteers.
The Fire Marshall's in Harrisonburg utilize Support 1, a 1991 Chevrolet Cheyenne/Broadway Metal Works, ex-Squad 31.
Former Tower 2 was this 1991 Simon Duplex/LTI, 100', sn-L214-91.
Originally delivered to Sterling, Virginia where it ran as Tower 11. Sold to Harrisonburg in 2006, and then to Rockingham County, Virginia, in 2014 where it now runs as Tower 90.
Old Squad 29, a 1970 Mack CF (former engine) with a 1973 Hackney box that came from the Harrisonburg Rescue Squad. I believe this truck was put together in 1996.
Harrisonburg Rescue Squad - Harrisonburg Company 40.
"Rescue 40" is 100% volunteer and handles an average of 22 calls per day. Heavy recruitment by the rescue squad at the local James Madison University aids in them answering over 8,000 yearly calls.
Harrisonburg Rescue Station.