To Our Neighbors
Date: 04.25.2020

We hope you are well.  The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives.  This message is to reassure you that we have taken every means possible to remain healthy with the end result of being able to serve you, our community.  We have taken to protect ourselves.  Our station doors are now lockEd 24x7.  We wipe down public areas of the station frequently.  We have purchased additional protective gear for our firefighters and switch our drills over to virtual training through online group video sessions.  If you need us, please dial 911.  We will respond as we have since 1928 and provide the best service we possible to help you.  We may look a little different or operate in a different manner than you are used to seeing.  Please don’t question or panic.  Our actions are simply to remain protected and healthy so that we are able to achieve our ultimate goal of servicing you, our customers.  Take care and be well.


Date: 03.22.2020

Today we took some pictures of our old and new ladders together then said good by to the Pierce.  Browndale Fire Company #43 (Northeast of Scranton, PA) purchased the truck to replace their 1990 Pierce.  


New Ladder in Service
Date: 01.12.2020

Today we placed our new ladder in service.  We look forward to the next twenty years with this truck providing a high level of service to the community.


1996 Pierce Lance 105’ Aerial for Sale
Date: 11.18.2019

Four door enclosed cab with seating for 10 (9 SCBA seats). The truck is powered by a Detroit Diesel Series 60 470 HP and Allison Automatic Transmission. Waterous CMU 1500 GPM 2 Stage pump tested in February 2019.  300 gallon poly water tank.  Hose bed carries 1000’ of 5” hose.  Four pre-connected hand lines: Three 200’ 1 ¾” cross lays and a 150’ 1 ¾” front bumper line.  Pierce 105′ Rear Mount Steel Ladder was tested and certified in September 2018.  The ladder has a waterway with remote control nozzle and intercom system and is pinnable to the third and fourth fly sections. Kohler 10 Kw diesel generator with two cord reels.  Full ground ladder compliment and pike poles are located in the rear of the truck. Full warning light package, federal Q2B, electronic siren and dual air horns.  Vehicle is well maintained, clean and in good shape.  Passed UL aerial ladder test in Fall 2019.

Vehicle Length:  41′ 11″                             As of May 2019:  23,164 miles

Vehicle Height: 11′ 2′                                                        915 aerial hours

Wheelbase: 260″                                                              432 pump hours

GVWR 69,500lbs                                                       507 generator hours


Ladder 21

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