Fairfield Fire Department to Use Specialized Engine

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The Fairfield Fire Department will begin to use Brush 37, a specialized four wheel drive fire engine, to help enhance community safety.

Beginning July 1, fire station 37, located at 1200 Kentucky St, will staff the engine from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Drought conditions, which have resulted in an increase of wildland fires, influenced the decision to use Brush 37. The new engine will be used until October 31.

The use of the engine will not require any increase to the fire department’s budget because of Fairfield’s Measure P funds.


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