The Laurel Volunteer Fire Department has made many changes over the years with the types of apparatus we use to serve the community. And we wouldn't be the Company we are today without our apparatus. We currently operate with 3 engines, a tower ladder, 2 ambulances, a medic unit and several support vehicles. 


On December 23, the LVFD took delivery of a 2008 International MedTech ambulance.  The ambulance was a "demo" unit shipped from the west coast for our purchase.  The unit was repainted to add red to the original solid white paint scheme and lettered. The unit was purchased from Atlantic Emergency Solutions,

On January 7, 2011 Ambulance 108, was inspected and certified by MIEMSS, through the VAIP program. The Voluntary Ambulance Inspection Program (VAIP) serves to formally recognize, and make readily apparent to the public, those emergency response vehicles in Maryland that are equipped to a standard of excellence as defined by the MIEMSS guidelines.

LVFD was issued the seal of excellence, for A108 which is proudly displayed on the exterior of the ambulance.

A108 was officially placed in service with PGFD on January 19th, 2011. At 2206, January 19th, Ambulance 108 took its first call. The call was handled by FF/EMT Clive Monnity and FF/EMT Fred Miller.

Tower Ladder 10

2016 Seagrave Apollo II 105' with 7 Man Cab

Utility 10

Utility 10 is a 1993 Ford Crew Cab pickup with an eight-foot bed, powered by a Navistar diesel engine.

Engine 101

2008 Seagrave Marauder II- 2000gpm pump, 500 gallon tank with an 8 Man Cab

Engine 103

1999 American LaFrance Eagle- 2000gpm pump,500 gallon tank with an 8 Man Cab

Engine 104

2004 Seagrave Marauder I- 2000gpm pump, 500 gallon tank with an 8 Man Cab. Engine 104 also has a compliment of holmatro rescue tools.

Chief's Cars

Chief 10A's buggy- 2014 Chevy Tahoe SSV

Chief 10A's buggy- 2012 Chevy Tahoe SSV

Chief 10B's buggy- 2016 Ford Explorer XLT

"Old Liz" 1928 American LaFrance

This is Old Liz, a 1928 American LaFrance 1000 GPM Pumper. She went into service protecting the City of Laurel in 1929 and ran calls into the 1950s. Now she has her own room at the LVFD, located in the lower level of the firehouse. She is on display, along with other historical memorabilia, in the Life Members' room at the LVFD. While its days of service are past, she still runs and drives.