Watauga Fire Department Equipment
The Watauga Fire Department provides fire suppression with the following equipment:
2012 Pierce 75' Quint 1500 Gallons Per Minute Front Line Apparatus - This is a multi-function apparatus. It has a 75' aerial and fire attack capabilities. It is the first aerial apparatus owned by the city. This vehicle was proudly displayed at the Fire Instructor Conference in Indianapolis.
2002 E-One Freight-liner 1250 Gallons Per Minute Engine Reserve Apparatus
2012 Ford F-450 M.I.C.U. Ambulance Front Line Unit - This unit displays the first of the new paint scheme that the fire department will be using on all of its apparatus in the future.
2007 Ford F-350 M.I.C.U. Ambulance Reserve Unit - This ambulance is a back up unit that was a front line MICU for several years. The actual patient compartment (box module) has been reused from an earlier chassis at the start of the fire department base ambulance service in 2000.