City of Dunkirk Fire Department

Current Apparatus:

Car 1-Fire Chief, Car 2-Captain, & Car 3-Acting Captain. (2 Command Vehicles, radio designation for the position.

Ford Explorer

Chevrolet Tahoe (Formerly Chautauqua Fire Department)

Rescue 1 - 2019 Ford F-550 Medix/4x4

Rescue 2 - 2010 Ford E-350 McCoy Miller (Previous R1)

Truck 1 - 2020 Sutphen Mid-Mount Platform

Engines rotate in and out of reserve status throughout the year.

Engine 1 - 2006 American Lafrance Metropolitan 1250/750

Engine 3 - 2000 American Lafrance Metropolitan 1250/750

Engine 4 - 2004 American Lafrance Metropolitan 1500/750

Retired Apparatus:

Boat 1 - Zodiac Boat (Previous US Coast Guard)

Rescue 2 - 2001 Ford E-450 Wheeled Coach (Stored at City Barns)

Rescue 1 - GMC/Marion Heavy Rescue (Body installed on a newer chassis, Currently R-431 Ellington N.Y.)

Rescue 1 - Type 1 White/Orange

Engine 2 - 1975 Ward Lafrance 1000/500 (Stored @ Truck Salvage facility in Brocton, NY)

Engine 3 - 1975 Ward Lafrance 1000/500 (Refurbished and donated to a department in Canada, recently retired from there)

Engine 1 - 1980? American Lafrance

Engine 4 - 1980? American Lafrance

Ladder 1 - 1989 E-One 110' Rear-Mount Aerial Ladder (Sold to collector in Pennsylvania)

Ladder 1 - American Lafrance Mid-Mount 85' Aerial Ladder (Served in Lackawanna and Buffalo, NY after retirement)

RETIRED APPARATUS

Retired Engine 1 @ The Chautauqua County Fairgrounds, Assistant Chiefs Trippy (Fredonia), and Hochstine (Dunkirk.)

Dunkirk Former E-4 and Former E-1 pumping at The Fairgrounds, 1980's, Photo by Karen Trippy

Retired Engine 1 working a fire, Photo by Paul Trippy Sr.

Retired Engine 1 @ their old station, E Fourth near Main St, Photo by Paul Trippy Sr

Engine 1 1981 American Lafrance Century 1250/750, served until 2006, Photo by Dave Organ

Retired Engine 1, Photo by Paul Trippy Sr.

Retired Engine 1 Seagrave, Photo by Paul Trippy Sr.

Retired Engine 1 Seagrave in Fredonia's East Alley, Photo by Paul Trippy Sr.

Retired Engine 1 working at St. Anthony's Church Fire in Fredonia.

1923 Ahrens-Fox JM4 Engines' 2 & 3 until 1952, Photo by Don Loeb contributed by Dave Organ