Apparatus

Engine 71


Engine 71
Engine 71 from Station 2 is the first due engine. Capable of transporting six firefighters, it has a 1,250 GPM (gallons per minute) pump and can carry 750 gallons of water. It also carries some extrication equipment.

Engine 72


Engine 72
Engine 72, assigned to Station 1, is the Department's third due engine for all in-town calls. When mutual aid is requested from the surrounding communities, Engine 72 will roll.

Engine 73

Engine 73
Engine 73 is a 2008 Spartan / Marion and is assigned as the first engine out of Station 1. The engine has seating for six, a 1,250 GPM pump, 750 gallons of water, and 30 gallons of Class A foam. It also carries a full set of extrication tools.

Engine 74

Engine 74
Engine 74 is a 2008 Spartan / Marion and is assigned as the first engine out of Station 2. The engine has seating for six, a 1,250 GPM pump, 750 gallons of water, and 30 gallons of Class A foam. It also carries a full set of extrication tools.

Truck 75

Truck 75
Ladder is a 2017 Spartan / Smeal and is assigned out of Station 1. Capable of transporting six firefighters, it has a 1500 GMP pump and a rear-mounted aerial ladder with platform that can extend to 100 feet. 

Rescue 77


Rescue 77
Rescue 77, assigned to Station I, is the rescue and hazardous materials truck. It carries extrication equipment and materials used to help contain some haz-mat spills.

Ladder 79

Ladder 79
Ladder 79, a 2003 American LaFrance / LTI, is assigned to Station 2. It has seating for six firefighters, a rear-mounted aerial ladder that can extend to 110 feet and a 1,500 GPM pump.  This apparatus carries all of the firefighting equipment and ladders needed for a ladder truck.

Support 783

Support 79
Support 783 is a Chevy Suburban that is typically driven by chief officers when responding to emergency calls.

Command 790

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Command 790 is a 2020 Chevrolet Traverse used by the Chief during daily job duties and when responding to emergency calls.

Support 791
Support 791

Support 791 is used to carry crews to training events, emergency scenes, and at times is used as a command vehicle by our senior command staff. It is capable of towing the Department’s boats and foam trailer.

Support 792
Support 792_2011 Chevy Tahoe

Support 792 is a 2011 Chevy Tahoe used to carry crews to training events, emergency scenes, and used for daily job duties. It is capable of towing the Department’s boats and foam trailer.

Foam Unit
Foam Unit

Coralville Foam Trailer 1 is assigned to Station 2 and is assembled by volunteer department members. The trailer carries 550 gallons of 3% Class B foam which is used on flammable liquids fires. It is designed to produce 1,000 GPM of foam for 15 minutes. The members of the Johnson County Mutual Aid Association purchased the foam for this trailer and it is a regional resource.

Rescue Boat


Rescue Boat
Coralville Boat 1 and Emergency Management Agency Boat #4 are assigned to Station I. The EMA Boat #4 is staffed by Coralville firefighters and is used for rescues and recoveries on the Coralville Reservoir and the Iowa River. EMA Boat #4 is a 2008 Alumicraft on a matching trailer. Coralville Boat 1 is an inflatable Mercury Boat which was purchased after the Floods of 2008 due to the need of a boat that could access shallow waters and be carried by personnel. It is mounted on a custom rack above EMA Boat #4.

Command 793


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 Command 793 is a 2015 Chevy Tahoe used by Fire Prevention Officer when responding to emergency calls and used for daily job duties.   It is also used by the Duty Chief when responding to emergency calls.

Mini-Pumper 795


795
 Mini-Pumper 795 is a GMC 2500HD pick-up with skid unit that has a 250-gallon Water Tank, 10-gallon Foam Tank, High Pressure Fire Pump and Class A Foam System. This truck also has a snow plow for assisting in the winter. This unit allows us to get into parking ramps to fight vehicle fires as well as navigate the multipurpose trail system for vegetation fires. 


Gator 799

799 Gator
799 is 2015 John Deere Gator 6x4.  This vehicle is used to access areas in an emergency that are not reachable by a fire truck or ambulance such as the bicycle and multipurpose trails in Coralville plus for use at special events. 

Drones

DJI Phonton
DJI -4
 The Coralville Fire Department currently has two Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). UAS has both a regular video camera and a Forward Looking Infra-Red (FLIR) camera which shows heat signatures. FLIR detects objects that are cooler or warmer.