Grand Rapids Fire Department rolls out new fire engines

Published on August 07, 2018

Single combined photo of GRFD's two new fire engines

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Grand Rapids Fire Department is rolling out two new fire engines today. Engine 3 is housed at the department’s Bridge Street Station and Engine 4 is at the Kalamazoo Avenue Station.

According to Fire Chief John Lehman, 1996 was the last time new engines were put into service at these stations. 

The Rosenbauer engines cost approximately $456,700 each and are projected to serve within the fleet for 10 years. The fire engines each carry 750 gallons of water and are capable of delivering 1,500 gallons per minute.