"Caring professionals protecting their community"
     Waterloo, Wisconsin              Call Us at (920) 478-2535

We Adhere to the Following Values: 

                                                       ACCOUNTABILITY:  'We are responsible, as profesionals for our actions.'




Command 85

     2016 Ford Explorer 

Command 86

     2008 Chevy Silverado

Rescue 59

2005 Freightliner M2 w/Med Tech box. 
Equipped with a Life Pack 15 Monitor, and Striker Power Pro MX Cot.




Rescue 58

2014 Freightliner M2 with a Horton box. 
Equipped with a Life Pack 15 Monitor, and Striker Power Pro MX Cot.




Engine 68

2005 Seagrave Concorde with a 2,000 gpm Waterous pump,

1,000 gallon water tank, and 30 gallon foam tank and foam system. 

A 6,000 watt remote control light tower, hydraulic ladder rack & extrication equipment.


Engine 67

2020 Custom Fire Apparatus Rescue Engine with 1,000 gallon water tank, 2000 gpm Waterous pump,

30 gallon foam tank and foam induction system.

Ladder 73

2001 75ft E-ONE Quint with a 2,000 gpm Hale pump, pre piped waterway and foam system. 

Full compliment of appliances and tools. 1,000 gpm at the tip.


Squad 76

1990 Ford L 8,000 with a Marion body.
Carries extrication equipment (Hurst Cutters & Spreaders & an Air Bag System),
an SCBA refill station w/spare bottles and packs, water rescue equipment,
fire brooms, paddles, other fire tools and equipment.
First Aid and rehab equipment and supplies.  Squad 6 also serves as a command post on larger incidents.


Brush 84

2001 Ford F450 with a custom box built by EJ Metals.
A 250 gpm pump, 300 gallon tank, foam induction system, fire brooms and paddles.


Brush 82

2009 Polaris Ranger 700 EFI - With tracks and movable winch.
Interchangeable fire and rescue beds.
Fire bed has: A 250 GPM pump, 65 Gal. of water, and wild land tools.
Rescue bed has: seat for one EMT, storage for EMS gear, and a long board that is secured to the vehicle.



Brush 83

2013 Polaris Ranger  - With tracks and movable winch.
Combination fire and rescue bed.



Brush 82 & 83 on trailer 

This equipment purchased by Waterloo Fire & EMS Supporters Incorperated 

Tender 95

1998 US Tanker/Peterbuilt 357
4000 gallons of water, integrated 500 GPM pump, 4000 gal. port-a-tank, front bumper attack line.


Tender 94

2010 US Tanker/Kenworth T-800
3000 gallons of water, integrated 500 GPM pump, 3000 gal. port-a-tank, and front bumper attack line.


Retired Apparatus

 Retired apparatus includes the original Engine 1, the first motorized engine purchased by the Fire Department,