Purchased from Crimson Fire in 2006, Engine 7 is the newest pumper added to the fleet. It is the primary response truck for vehicle fires, rescues, and also serves as a secondary engine for structure fires. It has a walk-thru digital pump panel and is a Class A pumper capable of pumping 1500 gallons of water per minute. It has a 750 gallon water tank and a 30 gallon foam tank. The truck has a speedlay hose on the front pumper capable of deploying foam.
Engine 7 can carry a compliment of 6 Firefighters with air packs built in the seats to reduce the time it takes a firefighter to get into protective clothing. Equipment on the engine includes Extrication Equipment, a generator, 2 speedlay hoses and a deluge gun. The truck features roll-up compartment doors and enclosed ladder storage. Engine 7 is deployed from Station 1.