This week Lakeville Fire Rescue Boat 9744 took part in an emergency response drill on the San Francisco Bay. Over two dozen federal, state and local agencies participated in the exercise. The goal of ...
9735 is a 2004 Chevy/ Westates with a light rescue configuration. This Engine is first out Engine to all of Lakeville's incidents. It has a 500 GPM crossmount Pump, it has a 600 gallon water tank, 20 gallon class A foam system. This Engine carries extrication toosl and air bag system for vehicle accidents. Additionally it carries a full complement of rope rescue and water rescue equipment. This R9735 was purchased with money received by a FEMA grant in 2003.
2013 Polaris Ranger
9742 is grant funded from the US Smokless Tobacco Co., this Ranger 6x6 allows us to provide service to the remote areas of our 3,200 acre County park and the Sonoma Raceway.
2002 SAFE BOAT / USCG DEFENDER CLASS
Obtained in early 2013 from the U.S. Coast Guard, this former Coast Guard 25 foot Defender "A" Class Response Boat with twin 250HP Mercury Verado outboards will provide emergency response for medical, fire, and environmental protection on the Petaluma River and the Sonoma County shoreline of the San Francisco Bay.
Our newest addition to the LVFD. This 1998 International is a Type III Engine.
This 2012 All Risk type 1 was provided to the Lakeville Volunteer Fire Department with assistance from FEMA and Sonoma County Fire and Emergency Services Department to serve its citizens and commuting members. Some of the features of this new engine include: 600 gallon water tank, 30 gallon class A/B foam tank, auxiliary pump for mobile firefighting, seating for five, storage room for advanced extrication equipment, internal ladder compartment, full type 1 hose complement and advanced firefighter safety features.
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