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Fire Engine & Unit Legend


Scanning Central & Northern California Frequencies

Fire Engine & Station Assignments
Last Updated: 04-17-00


For CDF and most Placer Engines the numbers and descriptions below work. For example eninge 2686 belongs to District 26 and is a type 1 engine. The first two numbers tell the district number and the second two tell the type of unit. The table below shows the second two numbers with a description.

Number
Unit Type
00-19Chiefs, Battalion Cheifs & Captains
20-29Prevention Units
30-39Truck Companies & Utility Vechicals
40-49CDF Dozers & Unknown City Units
50-59Rescue Units (i.e. Jaws of Life, Medical Aid Units & Medics) & CDF Utility Units
60-69Can be called Type 3 Engines or Grass Units (Small 4x4 and in some district they handle Medical Aids & are called Squads)
70-79Can be called Type 2 Engines or Brush Units (4x4, in some district they handle Medical Aids & are called Squads)
80-89Type 1 Engine (City Street Engines, Primary structure response, Medical Aids)
90-99Water Tenders & Engines