Fire Apparatus

Current Fleet

Rescue 60 (2016)
Rescue 60
2016 Pierce Arrow XT
2000 GPM Pump
500 Gallon Water Tank
Motor Vehicle Extrication Equipment
Ladder 60 (2016)
Ladder 60
2016 Pierce Arrow XT
2000 GPM Pump
500 Gallon Water Tank
75' Aluminum Ladder with Waterway
Engine 60 (1996)
Engine 60
1996 Pierce Dash
1750 GPM Pump
750 Gallon Water Tank
Tower 60 (2000)
Tower 60
2001 KME 100' Aerialcat
2000 GPM Pump
260 Gallon Water Tank
Note: This is the first Aerial Cat ever produced on a KME Chassis.
Squirt 60 (1998)
Squirt 60
1998 Pierce Dash
2000 GPM Pump
500 Gallon Water Tank
Snozzle 65' Boom
Note: This is the first Snozzle integrated on a non-industrial fire apparatus.
SS60 (2006)
Special Services 60
2006 Ford F550 KME
Scene Support Equipment
Fire Investigation Equipment
UTV60
UTV 60
2017 Kubota UTV
Field Fire Skid Unit
50 GPM Pump
85 Gallon Water Tank
Patient Carrying Capability
Trailer 60
2019 Enclosed Trailer
Transports UTV60 and Scene Support Equipment
Deputy 60
Deputy Chief 60
2019 Chevrolet Suburban
Mobile Incident Command Unit
Asst60
Assistant Chief 60
2016 Chevrolet Tahoe
Mobile Incident Command Unit
Utility 60
Utility 60
2008 Ford F550
PFD60 FP-01
Fire Police FP-01
PFD60 FP-02
Fire Police FP-02

Retired Apparatus

2004 Dodge Durango CV1
Command Vehicle CV1
2004 Dodge Durango
2003 Dodge Durango CV2
Command Vehicle CV2
2003 Dodge Durango
Engine 61-1 (1988)
Engine 61-1
1988 Pierce Lance
1750 GPM Pump
Retired 2015
Last Known Location: Mercer County Fire Academy - Dempster Fire Training Center
Mini 61
Fire-Rescue 61-2
1984 Chevrolet / Pierce Mini-Pumper
Retired 2010
Last Known Location: Princeton Borough DPW, sold circa 2010 (painted yellow)
63-2 (Blue)
Engine 63-2
1982 Mack CF Pumper
1250 GPM Pump
Originally painted Red over Red
Retired 2016 
Last Known Location: Donated to Managua, Nicaragua
Engine 62-5 (1979)-2
Engine 62-5
1979 Hahn Pumper
Later repainted Black over Red
Retired 2006
Last Known Location: Private Collection
Engine 63-1
1975(?) Mack CF Pumper
Retired: 1998
Last Known Location
Engine 61-1
1971(?) Mack CF Pumper
Reassigned as Engine 62-2 in 1988
Retired:1996
Last Known Location: Scrapped
Tower 62 (1971)
Tower 62
1972 Mack CF Baker 75' Aerialscope
Originally painted Red over Red
Retired 1999
Last Known Location: Gainesboro Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company, Gainesboro, Virginia. It is not currently listed on their website
Seagrave HaL
1956 Seagrave Pumper
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired: 1988
Mack E Ladder
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired:1971
Last Known Location:
1957(?) International V-196 Pumper
Assigned to Mercer Engine 3
Retired:
Last Known Location:
1949 Mack L Pumper
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
500 GPM Pump, 750 Gallon Water Tank, Four Booster Line Reels
Retired: 1979
Last Known Location: 
1948 American LaFrance Series 700 Pumper
Assigned to Engine Co. 1
Retired:
Last Known Location:
1945 ALF 700 Engine
1945(?) American LaFrance Series 700 Pumper
Assigned to Mercer Engine 3
Retired:
Last Known Location:
1942 Ford Pumper
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired: 1955
Last Known Location: Sold to the Camp Housman (Now the Squankum Fire Company #1) in 1955 for $960.00
1940 Ladder Princeton, NJ
1940 (?) Seagrave Mid-Mount Ladder-Pumper
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Seagrave Order #A7650
Retired:
Last Know Location:
*Thank You to FWD/Seagrave for this Delivery Photo taken prior to leaving the factory in Columbus, Ohio*
Buffalo HaL (1929)
1929 Buffalo Pumper
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired:
Last Known Location: New Jersey Fire Museum, Allentown, NJ
191X Mack AC Ladder
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired: 1940
Last Known Location:
1914 Martin Chemical Car
Assigned to Hook & Ladder
Retired:
Last Known Location:
1903 American LaFrance Silsby Pumper
American LaFrance Order #2941 
Rotary Pump
Assigned to
Retired:
Last Known Location:
Mercer Engine
Mercer Engine Company Pumper
1892 Steam Engine
1892 Pumper
Horse-Drawn, Steam Boiler
HaL Ladder
Princeton Hook & Ladder Company Ladder Truck
Mercer Hose Cart
Mercer Engine Company Hose Cart

Thank you to Adam Alberti of NJ Fire Pictures, the Historical Society of Princeton and many other sources found on the internet for photographs of our fire apparatus!


NJ Fire Pictures

Historical Society of Princeton