Command Vehicle 730 is a 2014 Ford Explorer that was purchased by the Westville Fire District . It was placed in service in April of 2014. Command 730 is operated by the Deputy Chief of the Department. Used as a first response vehicle to a scene to size up the situation.
Engine 733 - Built by Emergency One in Ocala Florida, Engine Company 733 was placed in service by the Westville Fire Department on September 2, 1996. This Cyclone tilt cab Pumper is powered by a 6V92 350hp Detroit Diesel Engine.
Special Ops Trailer 7 - is a 2002 16 foot Haulmark Trailer. Outfitted with lumber, air compressors, tools, generators, lights and high volume pumps. This unit responds along with 737 on any type of building collapse, trench rescue and pump outs. This unit was initially outfitted on donations from local business following a need for additional resources during these types of incidents. The trailer is also used in conjunction with the Division of Fire Safety's Neptune Task Force, as a support vehicle to the companies operating along with the taskforce.