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Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

A: 151 South Scott St.
Sheridan WY 82801

P: 307.674.7244
F: 307.674.5196

Email Fire Chief:
Terry Lenhart

Apparatus Information

Engine 1
Engine 1 is a 2008 Rosenbauer with a Spartan Metro Star 4×4 chassis.
The engine is a Cummins ISL 425 hp with a Allison GenIV 3000
EVS transmission.  This vehicle has a Waterous 1500 gpm, FoamPro
2002 pump that holds 500 gallons of water, 20 gallons of Class A Foam,
and 30 gallons of Class B Foam.
Other features include a 10 inch raised roof; seats 6 with 5 SCBA’s;
Hart-A-Gen 6 kw generator; Command Light Knight 450 Light Tower;
ALS equipped with AED; Hurst Centaur hydraulic extrication tools;
MSA 5200 Thermal Image Camera; MSA four-gas monitoring detectors;
Radiological monitor equipment; Back-up Camera; Hydraulic Ladder
Rack; and a 150 ft Electric Cord Reel.
Engine 2
Engine 2 is a 2008 Rosenbauer with a Spartan Metro Star 4×2 chassis.
The engine is a Cummins ISL 425 hp with an Allison GenIV 3000 EVS
transmission.  This vehicle has a Waterous 1500 gpm, FoamPro 2002
pump that holds 500 gallons of water, 20 gallons of Class A Foam; and
30 gallons of Class B Foam.
Other features include a 10 inch raised roof; seats 6 with 5 SCBA’s;
Hart-A-Gen 6 kw Generator, Command Light Knight 450 Light Tower,
ALS equipped with AED; Hurst Centaur hydraulic extrication tools;
MSA 5200 Thermal Image Camera; MSA four-gas monitoring detectors;
Radiological monitor equipment; Back-up Camera; Hydraulic Ladder
Rack; and a 150 ft Electric Cord Reel.
Haz-Mat 1
Haz-Mat 1 (Hazardous materials) is a 1994 Utilimaster Special Services
Response Vehicle.
Other features include various equipment for Haz-Mat detection and
monitoring; containment; mitigation; research; radiological monitoring
equipment; 7 High pressure SCBA; Spare High and Low Pressure
SCBA Bottles; Incident Command capabilities; Mobile Weather Station;
and a 6-kw Onan generator.
This vehicle is used for water, ice, and rope rescues and can be
used as a mobile command center during critical incidents.
MS-221
MS-221 is a 2008 MedTec Ambulance with a Ford F450 4×4
chassis.  This vehicle has a Powerstroke 6.4L Diesel engine.
Other features include an oversized patient compartment;
Advance Life Support (ALS) equipped; Medtronic 12-lead
monitor; Air-ride rear suspension; two Self-Contained Breathing
Apparatus (SCBA); and a Norcold refrigerator.
MS-222
MS-222 is a 2008 MedTec Ambulance with a Ford F450 4×4
chassis.  The vehicle has a Powerstroke 6.4L Diesel.
Other features include an oversized patient compartment;
Advance Life Support (ALS) equipped; Medtronic 12-lead
monitor; Air-ride rear suspension; two Self-Contained
Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), and a Norcold refrigerator.
Engine 3
Engine 3 is a 2001 Ford 550 Extended Cab 4×4.  This vehicle
has a Honda 18 hp V-twin pump that holds 300 gallons of
water and 15 gallons of Class A Foam.
Other features include two 1 inch Booster Reels; Float-A-Pump;
two 1 1/2 inch handlines; Pulaski axes; McLeod fire tools;
shovels; Drip Torches; Chain Saw; and is Basic Life Support (BLS)
equipped.
This vehicle is used for wildland grass and brush fires.
Truck 1
Truck 1 is a 2001 Sutphen with a 75 ft Mini-Tower
chassis.  This engine is a Detroit Deisel 500 hp with an
Allison transmission.  This vehicle has a Waterous
1500 gpm Two-Stage pump that holds 500 gallons of water.
Other features include seats 6 with 5 SCBA’s; ALS equipped;
Gen-Pro 8 kw generator; Confined Space and Rope Rescue
Equipment; 150 ft Electric Cord Reel; and On-Spot Automatic
Tire Chains.
Car 1
Car 1 is a 2007 First Choice Ford Expedition 4×4.  This vehicle is a
command vehicle that is used by the Fire Chief.

Car 2
Car 2 is a 2008 First Choice Ford Expedition 4×4.
This vehicle is a command vehicle that is used by
the Division Chief of Operations.
Other features include a Wil-Burt Light
Tower, IC board, and SCBA.