- Fire & Ambulance
Ladder 5108 is a 2007 Spartan aerial ladder truck. Its ladder, when fully extended reaches 109 feet. The cab seats six firefighters. The pump has a capacity of 2000 gallons per minute and the truck has a 325 gallon tank.
Engine 5105 is the newest truck in our fleet. 5105 is a 2014 Custom Fire tender and is the second out engine on any fire, with the exception of grass fires within our response district.
Utility 5104 is a 2010 Chevrolet Suburban SUV. It is used primarily by the chiefs and captains as a first response vehicle to medicals as well as fire calls.
Engine 5106 is a 1997 General fire engine built on a Ford chassis. It seats 5 firefighters and is the first truck to respond on any fire, except brush fires within our fire response district. It carries over 1,400 feet of hose and has a pump capacity of 1,750 gallons per minute.
Rescue 5107 is built on a 2013 Ford F-550 Super Duty Chassis. This truck can transport up to five firefighters, carries water rescue equipment, vehicle extrication equipment, as well as some specialized rescue tools and a second grass fire pump.
Brush 5109 is a 2006 Ford F-450 pickup truck used to fight grass fires. 5109 has a 200 gallon water tank and the pump has a "Compressed Air Foam System" or "CAFS" which can greatly reduce water usage on fires. With "CAFS" the 200 gallon tank has the effectiveness of up to 1400 gallons of plain water.
Ambulance 851 is a 2016 Ford Chassis, Road Rescue built ambulance. It is the newest of two ambulances for the City of Mahtomedi. The Mahtomedi Fire Department is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) service, meaning it can provide the highest level of pre-hospital care to our patients. The ambulance service is supported by the Wildwood Lions.
Ambulance 850 is a 2009 Ford Chassis, Road Rescue built ambulance. It is the oldest of two ambulances for the City of Mahtomedi. The Mahtomedi Fire Department is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) service, meaning it can provide the highest level of pre-hospital care to our patients. The ambulance service is supported by the Wildwood Lions.
The Mahtomedi Fire Department is part of the Washington County Fire Rescue Dive Team. The Dive Team is made up of five departments; Mahtomedi, Stillwater, Scandia, Lower St. Croix Valley, and White Bear Lake.
CV2 is a 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe. It used as a Chief's vehicle and responds to fires and Medicals. It is set up to be used as a command center for fire calls. It also is used to 1st respond to medicals and it carries an AED, a Rescue Pump and a medical bag.
Tender 2 is a truck that we received from the DNR. It carries 4,000 gallons of water that we use in the rural areas when there are not hydrants in the area. It does not have a pump so is used only to hall water.