Rescue 1 is a 2019 Osage F550 that currently serves as the Department's front line ambulance.
Rescue 2 is a 2014 Osage F450 that currently serves as the Department's backup ambualance.
Engine 1 is a 2019 Spartan Smeal with a 1,000 gallon tank capacity and 1,500 GPM pump, which currently serves as the Department's front line fire response apparatus.
Engine 2 is a 2009 KME Rescue Pumper, with a 750 gallon tank capacity and 1,500 GPM pump, which currently serves as the Department's second due engine.
Engine 3 is a 2021 Smeal Freightliner Pumper with a 1,500 gallon tank capacity and 1,500 GPM pump. This apparatus complements water supply to non-hydrant areas of Town.
Ladder 4 is a 2021 Smeal Spartan 105' aerial ladder truck with a 500 gallon tank capacity and 1,500 GPM pump.
Car 1 (2019) and Car 2 (2017) are both Chevrolet Tahoe SUVs that serve as the primary response vehicles for the Fire Chief and Deputy Chief, respectively.
Utility 1 is a 2011 GMC Sierra 2500 pickup which serves as the department's all purpose vehicle, including snow plowing and transporting people and equipment to training and emergency scenes. It also serves as the tow vehicle for our off-road rescue trailer.
Utility 2 is a 2014 Polaris Ranger 800 UTV. This vehicle is used primarily for off-road rescue and patient removal.
Williston Fire Department Retired Apparatus
Engine 201 is a 1956 International and represents the very first new fire truck purchased by the Department. It was retired in 2020.
Former Engine 2 was a 1990 KME built on a Ford C series chassis. It was retired in 2009.
Former Rescue 2 was a 2004 Life Line box on a Chevrolet chassis. R2 served the Department for a number of years before being retired in 2014.
Former Car 1 was a 2004 Ford Expedition. It was retired in 2008.
Engine 4 was a 1992 International/Dingee 1,600 gallon tanker. This truck was taken out of service to allow former Engine 3 to be retrofitted as an Engine/Tanker in summer 2014.
Hazmat 1 was a 1999 International/Dingee Special Operations Truck which served until the WFD disbanded its Haz-Mat team in 2010.
Former Rescue 1 was a 2010 Osage box on a Ford F450 chassis. R1 served as the Department's backup ambulance until August of 2019. The ambulance was sold to the Town of East Montpelier in early fall 2019.
Former Brush 1 was a 1998 Dodge pickup with a pump and roll skid tank and brush pump. The truck became a Department utility/plow truck for a number of years just prior to it being sold in 2019.
Former Tower 1 was a 2001 KME 95' tower ladder with a 2,000 GPM pump. Sold to the Darlington, SC Fire Department in 2020.
Former Engine 1 was a 1998 Smeal mid mount pumper and was taken out of service in winter 2018.
Former Car 1 was a 2008 GMC Yukon that served as the Fire Chief's response vehicle until its replacement arrived in 2017.
Car 2 was a 2010 GMC Yukon and served as the Assistant Chief's response vehicle until its replacement arrived in 2019.
Former Engine 3 was a 2003 KME with a 1,250 GPM pump. Sold to the Dallas Bay Volunteer Fire Department in 2019.