The Centreville Fire Department apparatus inventory consists of a mixture of county-provided and station-provided vehicles. The CVFD provides apparatus to support both Station 17 and Station 38 (West Centreville). This list describes apparatus purchased by the department from donations and/or departmental income (bingo, fund-raisers, etc.) apparatus not listed, are provided by Fairfax County Fire and Rescue. Click images to view gallery
Engine 417 (E417) is a 2008 Pierce Dash Top Mount Pumper Tanker with a raised roof, powered by a Cummins ISM 450 HP diesel and Allison EVS 4000 automatic transmission. It has a Hale Top Mount QMax 1750 GPM fire pump and 1500 gallon poly water tank. It seats 5 Firefighters with SCBA gear and an additional 3 without. Engine 417 serves as our front-line fire suppression and Advanced Life Support unit in service 24 Hours a day, 7-days a week staffed by career Firefighter/EMTs and a Firemedic.

Original Purchase Price: $553,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in: 2020
Medic 417 (M417) is a 2007 Freightliner FL-60 American LaFrance Medic Master powered by the 5.9 liter Cummins Turbo Diesel engine and an Allison 6-speed transmission. Medic 417 serves as our front-line Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance in service 24 Hours a day, 7-days a week staffed by a career Firefighter/EMT and a Firemedic.

Original Purchase Price: $210,231.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2017
Ambulance 417 (A417) is a 2003 Freightliner FL-60 American LaFrance Medic Master powered by the 5.9 liter Cummins Turbo Diesel engine and an Allison 6-speed transmission. Ambulance 417 serves primarily as our volunteer Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance placed in service by 2 or more volunteer Firefighter/EMTs to supplement career staffing during peak times where the need is warranted. However, this unit can hold several designations. When staffed by non-firefighter EMTs, the unit is designated as Ambulance 417 Echo (A417E). When staffed by a volunteer firefighter medic the unit is designated as Medic 417 Bravo (M417B) and serves as a secondary Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance. When staffed by a volunteer non-firefighter medic the unit is designated as Medic 417 Echo (M417E). When M417 is unavailable this unit it is designated as Medic 417 (M417). You can tell the designation by the placard on the side and back of the unit.

Original Purchase Price: $150,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2013
Engine 417-B (Bravo) is a 2001 Pierce Dash Pumper with a 2000 gallon per minute pump, 700 gallon water tank, 50 gallon foam tank, Compressed Air Foam System, and various water supply equipment. It seats 5 Firefighters with SCBA gear. Engine 417-B serves as our volunteer fire suppression unit placed in service by volunteer Firefighter/EMTs as needed to supplement career staffing during peak times where the need is warranted. When placed in service with a volunteer Firemedic it can provide additional Advanced Life Support (ALS) services. This unit also functions as the reserve suppression unit when the primary is unavailable.

Orginal Purchase Price: $233,937.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2014
Medic 438 (M438) is a 2011 Horton #623 ambulance on a Freightliner M2 chassis. Medic 438  serves as the front-line Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance in service 24 Hours a day, 7-days a week at the West Centreville Station (Fire Station No. 38) on O' Day Drive and is staffed by a career Firefighter/EMT and a Firemedic. This unit is our newest purchase from FESCO Emergency Sales. The former M438 is now A438.

Original Purchase Price: $272,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2018
Ambulance 438 (A438) is a 2003 FL-60 Medic Master ambulance on a Freightliner M2 chassis. Ambulance 438 serves primarily as our volunteer Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance placed in service by 2 or more volunteer Firefighter/EMTs to supplement career staffing at the West Centreville Station (Fire Station No. 38) on O' Day Drive during peak times where the need is warranted. However, this unit can hold several designations. When staffed by non-firefighter EMTs, the unit is designated as Ambulance 438 Echo (A438E). When staffed by a volunteer firefighter medic the unit is designated as Medic 438 Bravo (M438B) and serves as a secondary Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance. When staffed by a volunteer non-firefighter medic the unit is designated as Medic 438 Echo (M438E). When M438 is unavailable this unit it is designated as Medic 438 (M438). You can tell the designation by the placard on the side and back of the unit. This is the former M438 unit that was re-commissioned as A438 when a new unit was purchased and commissioned as M438.

Original Purchase Price: $150,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2017
Volunteer Chief 417 (VC417) is a 2002 GMC Yukon Sports Utility Vehicle staffed by the Volunteer Fire Chief or designee. The Volunteer Fire Chief will respond at his/her discretion to any fire or medical emergency as needed. The Volunteer Chief is the supervisor for all operational volunteers at Fire Station 17 and 38 and liaison between the volunteer and career staff.

Original Purchase Price: $32,900.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2014
Utility 417 (U417) is a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban 4WD Sports Utility Vehicle placed in service by volunteers to assist with Basic Life Support (BLS) responses that need additional resources, or provide additional personnel for stand-by services at events where increased support is needed. Utility 417 cannot transport patients but can be staffed by EMT's who will treat patients and call for a transport unit when needed. U417 is also placed in service during snow emergency conditions with a plow attachment to clear the way for emergency vehicles in route to events. Additionally, U417 functions as the reserve chief's vehicle when VC417 is unavailable.

Original Purchase Price: $32,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2020
Canteen 417 (CAN417) is a 1989 Chevrolet Step Van placed in service as a mobile food and beverage unit staffed by volunteers. Canteen 417 serves water, juice, coffee and snacks on the scene of an extended fire and/or medical event. Canteen 417 is one of five Canteen Units in Fairfax County. Canteen units CAN402, CAN408, CAN413, CAN417, and CAN422 are all operated and maintained entirely by volunteers. A canteen is dispatched on any event with more than one alarm or during extreme weather conditions. However, any Incident Commander can request a canteen unit at their discretion. Canteen units can respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week when the need for refreshments to sustain healthy Firefighters/EMTs is warranted.

Original Purchase Price: $30,000.00
Scheduled to be replaced in 2013