The Brewer Fire Engine Company No. 1 has a long and proud history. It is an organization with a rich heritage of dedication, unselfish sacrifice, and inspired human action that has accumulated over a period of more than 125 years. Each member of the Brewer Fire Engine Company No. 1 inherits the traditions of the past and, in part, the actions of each and every member will shape the future of the Fire Company. The long and noble tradition of rendering service in the time of need has established this heritage of which each member can be...Read more
The mission of the MONSEY FIRE DEPARTMENT is to be a leading emergency service organization by:
- Meeting the needs of our community in fire prevention, fire suppression and rescue.
- Utilizing and improving the dedication and skills of our most valuable resource, OUR MEMBERS.
- Constantly improving all of our services and operations.
In carrying out the mission, the MONSEY FIRE DEPARTMENT will:
- Give top priority to firefighter safety and environmental concerns.
- Encourage the professional and personal development of our Members.
- Work as teams to take full advantage of our skills, knowledge and creativity.
- Communicate openly and honestly to our Members and community to inspire trust and confidence.
7-TANKER is a 2013 Pierce “PUC” pumper. 7-TANKER alternates with 7-1500 as the first apparatus to respond to all structure fires. With its 7 pre-connected hose lines, 800 feet of split dead loaded 2.5″ hose, 1200 feet of LDH supply hose, 10KW hydraulic generator and almost 100 feet of ground ladders it was designed to carry all of the water, hose, tools and other equipment necessary to begin initial fire attack operations at a structure fire. 7-TANKER is capable of pumping 1500 gallons of water per minute and carries 970 gallons of water in its tank and 30 gallons of class A foam concentrate. It is powered by a Detroit Diesel DD13 500 horsepower engine and has an Allison EVS-4000 5 speed automatic transmission. 7-Tanker classifies as a “QUAD”. Photo: Graig ShermanHighlights:Manufacturer: Pierce Year: 2013 Model: Velocity Apparatus Type: Pumper Crew Capacity: 7 Delivery Date: August 5, 2013 In Service Date: September 26, 2013
7-75 is a 2018 Pierce Aerial. 7-75 is the first due aerial to residential fires as well as our primary FAST apparatus. 7-75 has an overall length of under 38 feet and a wheelbase of 233 inches. That, coupled with the phenomenal cramp angle of the Velocity cab w/TAK-4 independent front suspension will allow 7-75 to access streets, driveways and parking lots that 7-Tower is too big to fit into. 7-75 is also equipped with a 500 gallon water tank, 3 pre-connected 1-3/4″ hose lines, 1 pre-connected 2.5″ hose line, 400 feet of 2.5″ dead load, 1000 feet of 5″ large diameter supply hose and over 125 feet of ground ladders allow 7-75 to function as both a ladder truck and do engine work if needed. Photo: Graig Sherman
Highlights: Manufacturer: Pierce Year: 2018 Model: Velocity Apparatus Type: Aerial “Stick” 75′ ladder Crew Capacity: 7 Delivery Date: March 6, 2018 In Service: July 25, 2018
7-TOWER is a 1998 Sutphen aerial platform apparatus. 7-TOWER responds to all structure fires and was designed to carry all of the ladders, tools and other equipment necessary for ladder company operations and be able to perform engine company operations if necessary. 7-TOWER has a 95 foot telescopic ladder with a “bucket” which can carry 3 fully equipped firefighters to a height of approximately 100 feet (or to the roof of a 7 story building). The “bucket” has two master stream nozzles, each capable of flowing 750 gallons of water per minute. The “bucket” also contains a breathing air system, floodlights and a variety of firefighting equipment that might be needed while rescuing persons or extinguishing fires. 7-TOWER is capable of pumping 2000 gallons of water per minute and carries 300 gallons of water in its tank. It is powered by a V-8 diesel engine and has an automatic transmission. Photo: Graig Sherman
7-2001 is a 2007 KME pumper/rescue with a full tilt 134″ long “Predator” XMFD style cab with a 12″ raised roof over the rear crew area. 7-2001 is first due to all vehicle fires and outside Haz-Mat calls and is second due to structure fires and inside Haz-Mat calls where its role is to secure a water supply. It is capable of pumping 2000 gallons of water per minute and carries 750 gallons of water in its tank. It also has a 3 line Foam Pro model 2002 foam proportioning system and carries 30 gallons of class “B” foam concentrate and a Foam Pro “power fill” system for ease of refilling the foam. 7-2001 has also been designed and equipped as a “Pumper-Rescue” and responds second due to vehicle extrication and rescue calls. 7-2001 is powered by an I-6 Cummins ISM 450 diesel engine and has an Allison automatic transmission. The overall vehicle length is 31”5” with a 185” wheelbase and the overall height is 9’7”. It is equipped with a 15,000 watt “Smart Power” PTO driven hydraulic generator for A/C power. 7-2001 can seat five (6) firefighters including the driver. Six (6) Scott model 75 4500 PSI self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) units are provided along with six (6) spare SCBA cylinders. 7-2001 carries 1200 feet of five inch (5”) large diameter hose (LDH) to obtain an additional water supply, usually from a fire hydrant. A total of six (6) pre-connected hose lines of various lengths and sizes are carried. The hose lines are color coded as follows: red hose-”mattydale bed” over pump panel-200 ft. of 1 and 3/4” hose. yellow hose-”mattydale bed” over pump panel-200 ft. of 1 and 3/4” hose. blue hose-rear hose bed-300 ft. of 1 and 3/4” hose with “navy fog” nozzle. orange hose-rear hose bed-250 ft. of 2 and 1/2” hose. White hose-front bumper trough-100 ft. of 1 and ¾ hose. booster line-200 ft. of 3/4 inch hose on reel. Photo: Graig Sherman
7-1500 is a 2022 Pierce pumper. 7-1500 is the first stock apparatus purchased in many years. 7-1500 alternates with 7-TANKER as the first apparatus to respond to all structure fires. It features a low hosebed, a TAK-4 Suspension, a Waterous pump and manual deck gun. 7-1500 is capable of pumping 1500 gallons of water per minute and carries 1000 gallons of water in its tank. It is powered by a 510 horsepower diesel engine and has an automatic transmission. 7-1500 has 4 preconnected 1.75″ lines, one preconnected 2.5″ crosslay, 800′ of 2.5″ split dead load, 4 bundles of 2.5″ high rise hose, 1 1.75 garden apartment bundle, and 1200 feet of LDH Supply hose. 7-1500 carries 46 feet of ground ladders as well as other equipment for firefighting operations, foam operations and brush fires. It is powered by a Paccar MX13 510 horsepower engine and has an Allison EVS-4500 6 speed automatic transmission. Photo: Graig ShermanHighlights:Manufacturer: Pierce Year: 2022 Model: Enforcer Apparatus Type: Pumper Crew Capacity: 6 Delivery Date: June 21, 2022 In Service Date: November 14, 2022
7-RESCUE is a 1997 Sutphen/SuperVac heavy rescue apparatus. 7-RESCUE is the first apparatus to respond to all rescue calls and it also responds to all structure and vehicle fires and all hazardous materials calls. It was designed to carry special rescue tools necessary to rescue victims trapped in vehicles, building collapses, or other incidents and also provide support operations such as firefighter rehabilitation at all emergencies. 7-RESCUE has a generator capable of supplying 48,000 watts of electric power to support two 9,000 watt light towers, built-in and portable lighting, ventilation fans and other electrically powered equipment. It is powered by a 370 horsepower diesel engine and has an automatic transmission. Photo: Graig Sherman
7-EQ is a 2005 Ford F 550 XLT Super Duty crew cab/KME light rescue. 7-EQ has a CFS -25 air compressor cascade system. 7-EQ also carries 8 cans of high expansion foam, and water pump out equipment. 7-EQ rolls as our 2nd FAST (support) apparatus, on confirmed structure fires, car fires and upon an officer’s request. Photo: Graig Sherman
7-Patrol is a “Support” vehicle, meaning it is used to transport manpower and equipment if need be, 7-Patrol has no permanently mounted equipment other than an emergency radio system, and the lights and sirens. 7-Patrol is a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD Z71 fitted with a full emergency vehicle package (Lights and Siren). Photo: Brian Duddy
Highlights: Year: 2015 Model: 2015 Silverado 2500HD Z71 Type: Support Crew Capacity: 5 (Including Driver) Manufacturer: Chevrolet In Service Date: 2016 Predecessor: 1999 Ford Manpower Transport (7-Patrol)
The RRV’s are “support” vehicles designed and purchased as part of a pilot program by the Monsey Fire District. With ever increasing traffic congestion and issues, these vehicles are used by apparatus Drivers, Firefighters and officers to be able to get to the firehouse faster. The drivers, using due-regard and prudent emergency vehicle driving techniques are allowed to respond with Lights and Sirens, and it aids in speeding up our response, by having firefighters respond in main apparatus faster. Photo: Graig Sherman