Currently the Penfield Fire District owns and operates 2 ladders, 3 engines, 1 grass fire, 1 squad, 1 rescue.

Quint 370 - Pierce XT Arrow, 515 HP 6 cylinder Detroit Diesel, 105 Foot Ladder, 2000 GMP Waterous Side Mounted Single Stage Pump, 500 Gallon Tank, 10,000 Watt Generator Inservice from January 2013, is the fourth truck to be numbered 370, and is the 30th overall. 370 is currently in service at station 2


Tower Ladder 371 - Pierce XT Arrow, 515 HP 6 cylinder Detroit Diesel, 100 Foot Platform, 2000 GMP Waterous Side Mounted Single Stage Pump, 300 Gallon Tank, 10,000 Watt Generator Inservice from December 23, 2009, is the second truck to be numbered 371, and is the 28th overall. 371 is currently in service at station 1


Engine 372 Custom Pierce Saber Pumper 450 HP Cummings Engine 1250 GPM Waterous Top Mounted Single Stage Pump with 750 Gallon Tank 30 Gallon Foam Tank 6000 Watt Generator 4th Truck to be number 372, 34th piece of apparatus


Engine 373 Custom Pierce Saber Pumper 450 HP Cummings Engine 1250 GPM Waterous Top Mounted Single Stage Pump 720 Gallon Tank 30 Gallon Foam Tank 6000 Watt Generator 3rd truck to be numbered 373 32nd piece of apparatus


Engine 374 Custom Pierce Saber Pumper 450 HP Cummings Engine 1250 GPM Waterous Top Mounted Single Stage Pump with 750 Gallon Tank 30 Gallon Foam Tank 6000 Watt Generator 4th Truck to be number 374, 35th piece of apparatus


Grass Fire 376 - Ford 350 with a 200 Gallon Tank, 10 Gallon Class A Foam, and a 230 Darley Pump.  In service from June 2012.  2nd truck to be numbered 376 and is the 29th ever owned.  6/17 - 376 (Version 2.0)  was recently upgraded with side compartments adding storage space making the vehicle more versatile


Squad 377 - Ford 550 Chassis with a Pierce built body. In service from March 2013. 3rd truck to be numbered 377 and is the 31st vehicle ever owned 377 is currently in service at station 2


Rescue 378 - Pierce Saber Cab with a 450 HP Cummins Engine, 10KW Generator, 12FT Light Tower.  This is the 3rd Heavy Rescue Truck, in Service July 26th 2017.  This is the 33rd piece of apparatus ever owned and operated by the Penfield Fire District