2010 SMEAL Quint Aerial Ladder Truck responds to fires and other emergencies. It carries a wide range of power and hand tools used at fire incidents and motor vehicle accidents. It has a 105' rear-mount ladder, carries 480 gallons of water, extricating tools, and is equipped with an AED unit.
Brush Truck 5: 52-626
2013 Ford F-550, Extended cab, 4x4 responds to off-road brush and grass fires. It carries 325 gallons of water, has FoamPro 1601 foam system, front end turret, hose and hand tools. Brush Trucks are ideal for off-road firefighting.
Reserve Truck 1: 52-300
2006 SMEAL Quint Fire Truck responds to fires and other emergencies. It carries a wide range of power and hand tools used at fire incidents and motor vehicle accidents. It has a 100' rear-mount platform, carries 300 gallons of water, extrication tools, and is equipped with an AED unit.
Rescue 1: 52-503
2004 Ford F-550
vehicle responds to rescue calls, including high angle rescue, trench
rescue, and vehicle extrications with specialized rescue tools and the
Jaws of Life.
1963 Ford Galaxie
The department's former fire chief's car, now used in parades and other public service events. Sparky the Fire Dog loves to tag along and go for car rides!
1926 Lafrance Pumper Truck
The department's oldest fire truck that was restored. The 2015 Leadership San Marcos class picked this is their class project to restore 'Ol Betsy' to its former glory and working condition.
Keep Back 343 Feet
Ever wonder why "Keep Back 343 Feet" is painted on the back of each San Marcos apparatus? It is because 343 brave firefighters died doing their best to save those in the Twin Towers on America's most tragic day, September 11, 2001. We will never forget those who sacrificed their lives to keep us safe and the 'Land of the Free'.