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Built in 1995, the fire station has 4 double deep or "drive thru" bays. It also has a large training room equiped with a computer and a/v equipment for state of the art trainings and meetings, as well as a small conference area/study room that the firefighters can use as well.
There are offices for both the Fire Chief and Deputy Chief respectively.  A Kitchen with a "dayroom" area are connected so that the firefighters have the home-like atmosphere when they are on duty. It has a full bathroom/shower/locker area for the firefighters along with two bunk rooms (sleeping quarters).

High efficiency lighting has recently been installed throughout the station and the parking lot in a continuing effort to "go green."
1220

1220

2008 Peterbilt Pumper/Tanker, this vehicle is our engine that responds to our neighboring departments for fires, it is our 1st tanker to respond within our response area. 1220 holds 2000 gallons of water.

1222

1222

1997 Freightliner 4 person Engine, this is our 1st response to all structure fires. This vehicle holds 1000 gallons of water & all fire suppression equipment.

1254-1

1254

2005 Chevy Colorado, this is the duty officer’s vehicle, each week one of the FD Officers is assigned to this vehicle & responds to all calls, to ensure a rapid response to calls for service. This unit also carries basic EMS equipment and an AED.

1260

1260

2000 Freightliner Tanker, this 2000 gallon tanker is our secondary response tanker to our primary response area, and is available to neighboring departments when requested.

1272

1272

2000 Freightliner Heavy Squad, this vehicle responds to all auto accidents as well as special rescue calls. It carries a full complement of extrication equipment (Jaws of Life), along with EMS equipment & other special rescue tools. 1272 also has an extra advantage it has a fire pump and water tank, making this a multi-purpose use vehicle.

1273

1273

2007 Polaris Ranger 6x6 is an added specialty to our fleet. Since DTFD covers a large portion of the Manistee National Forest, along with numerous miles of horse trails throughout our Township, the 6x6 can go places other normal vehicles can’t. It has the ability to transport 1 patient from a remote area, as well as act as a recon vehicle on large woods or forest fires.

1274-1

1274

2009 Chevy Silverado, 1274 is our 1st response vehicle to all medical calls; it carries a full complement of EMS equipment, including an AED, 1274 also carries various rescue and firefighting equipment.

Hewlett-Packard

1275

The 14ft "Saturn" inflatable boat is used for all water emergencies, our staff trains with the boat & water operations on a consistent basis due to the 5 lakes that are located in our primary response area.

1281 & 1282

1281 & 1282

These are two of our Brush trucks, these vehicles respond to all brush/woods fires. DTFD received 1281 & 1282 from the MI DNR as a revolving truck program; this allows us to have used state owned vehicles at a fraction of the normal cost & allows us to replace it on an as needed basis.

1284

1284

1284 is also a MI DNR vehicle, the "jeep" is yet another piece of equipment that can go into so very "tight" places yet gives us the ability to fight fire on a big scale along with its towing ability it too is a vital part of our fleet.

Hewlett-Packard

1290

2016 Chevy Colorado this vehicle is assigned to the Fire Chief; it carries vital equipment for management of emergency incidents, along with basic EMS equipment, including an AED (Automated External Defibrillator).