Templeton Fire and Emergency Services has a wide-variety of fire equipment. Our Type I Fire Engine (E7195) is the "first-out" engine that responds to all types of emergencies. Our Type III Fire Engine (E7160) responds to vegetation fires in the district as well as providing automatic and mutual aid to surrounding fire agencies. Our Breathing Support (BS7145) also provides automatic and mutual aid, responding to structure and commercial fires, as well as hazardous materials incidents where Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) bottles need to be filled. Chief 7100 (C7100) is utilized by the Fire Chief to respond to incidents. Rescue 7155 (R7155) is utilized as a reserve piece of equipment in the case of the first-out engine committed to an incident.
Engine 7195 (E7195) is a 2002 Pierce Quantum and has a 1500 gallons per minute (GPM) pump capacity. E7195 can seat up to six personnel, has a 500 gallon water tank, 20 gallon foam tank, and weighs almost 38,000 pounds. E7195 is our "first-out" Type I Fire Engine that responds to medical aids, structure fires, vegetation fires, vehicle accidents/fires, fire alarms, public assists, and hazardous material incidents.
Engine 7160 (E7160) is a 2019 Model 34 built by Boise Mobile Equipment with a 500 gallons per minute (GPM) pump. E7160 is also equipped with a Darley Auxillary pump for pump and roll operations. E7160 is classified as a Type III Fire Engine and has 4x4 off-road capability for gaining access in difficult terrain. E7160 has a 500 gallon water tank, a 20 gallon poly foam tank, and weighs close to 35,000 pounds.
Utility 71 (U71) is a 2011 GMC Sierra.
Chief 7100 (C7100) is a 2022 Chevrolet Tahoe. Fire Chief Tom Peterson uses this vehicle to respond to incidents whether he's in his office or at home.