Marion VFD Mission Statement

To preserve and protect the lives and property of the citizens of our community, ensuring a safe environment for all.

 

Marion VFD Vision Statement

Marion VFD is committed to the prevention of loss of life, the reduction of injury and property loss, and the minimization of damage to our environment.  We are committed to develop training programs to improve the skills of our members and certify all volunteers to verify their public commitment to be the best service providers to our community.

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Station 2

Station 2 is located at 302 N. Center Street just east of the train tracks. 

Station 2 houses 3 of our Apparatus and Admin office.

Brush 5525 - 2018 Ford F550 - This is our Medical / Brush truck. It holds 400 gallons of water with the ability to mix in foam, and hand tools for fighting wildland fires. It also carries all our medical equipment for medical calls.

Rescue 5535 -  This is our motor vehicle accident truck. It holds 500 gallons of water, jaws of life, wood cribbing, lift jacks, and our generator. 

Tender 5512 -  1994 Chevy Kodiak - This truck holds 1800 gallons of water and supplies all our other trucks with water on a structure or wildland fire. 

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Station 3

Station 3 is located on E. Shultz St. 

Station 3 Houses 3 of our Apparatus.

 

Engine 5510 - 2008 International Pierce Pumper - This is our main structure fire truck. It carries water and foam, chainsaws, vent fan, and doubles as our secondary medical truck.

Engine 5530 - 1990 GMC Sierra Mini Pumper - This truck is a mini version of our main Rescue 5535 it just hold only 350 gallons of water, jaws of life, wood cribbing, lift jacks, and our generator. 

Brush 5527 - 2006 Ford F550 - It holds 400 gallons of water, and carries hand tools for fighting wildland fires.

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