Fire Apparatus

The Borger Fire department maintains a wide array of Fire Apparatus to provide fire protection, rescue, and emergency medical care to the 19,000 citizens within the Fire Department's fire due response area.

Engines 1 to 3

Engine 1

Engine 1

  • 1,500 GPM Pump With Integrated CAFS
  • 2009 Seagrave Custom Marauder
  • 30 Gallon Foam Tank
  • 750 Gallon Water Tank
Engine 2

Engine 2

  • 1,500 GPM Pump With Integrated CAFS
  • 2001 Freightliner Remanufactured in 2009 by Seagraves
  • 30 Gallon Foam Tank
  • 6000 Watts of Scene Lighting
  • 750 Gallon Water Tank
  • Reserve Engine
Engine 3

Engine 3

  • 1,000 Gallon Water Tank
  • 1,250 GPM Pump
  • 1997 Ferrara
  • Reserve Engine

Engines 620 to 622

Engine 620

Engine 620

  • 2013 Ford F-550
  • 300 Gallon Water Tank
Engine 622

Engine 622

  • 2015 Dodge 5500
  • 400 Gallon Water Tank


Engine 621

Engine 621

  • 10 Gallon Class A Foam Tank
  • 2012 Ford F-550
  • 400 Gallon Water Tank

E-621 is a TIFMAS apparatus. The objective of the TIFMAS apparatus is to strategically place standardized firefighting assets within each of eight TFS administrative units, currently designated as a Branch, staffed and managed by local fire departments; and which can be mobilized at any time by the state for regional and statewide emergencies.

Other Apparatus

Ladder 7

Ladder 7

  • 1,250 GPM Pump
  • 1,500 GPM Aerial Monitor
  • 2001 American LaFrance Quint
  • 75 Foot Arial Ladder
  • 750 Gallon Water Tank
Rescue 1

Rescue 1

  • 1997 International 4900L
  • Hazmat and Rescue Operations
  • Light Tower
  • Onboard Cascade System
UTV 1

UTV 1

  • 2011 Polaris Ranger 6x6
  • 5 Gallon Class A Foam Tank
  • 50 Gallon Water Tank

UTV 1 is equipped for grass fires and EMS/Rescue in rough terrain where other equipment cannot access.

UTV 2 Fuel Mitigation

  • 2012 Bennche

UTV 2 and its trailer are equipped for Wildfire mitigation. Wildfire mitigation is the implementation of various measures designed to reduce the risk of destruction by wildfire. It involves modifying the environment surrounding a structure and the design and construction of a structure in order to increase its ability to withstand a wildfire without being dependent upon suppression resources.