Shaver Lake Volunteer Engines/Apparatus

Since it was founded in 1958, the Shaver Lake Volunteer Fire Department has seen a number of fire apparatus come and go . The very first engine was a 1944 International. Since there was no fire house at the time, it was parked outside where the Hungry Hut stands today.

Most of the engines that have been in service since then have been donated by CalFire and other departments. They have served the volunteers and the community very well.

Today there is a water tender, a utility truck, and a couple of fire engines available to the well trained volunteers that help keep this community safe who respond to over 130 calls a year.

We train hard to be the best at what we do in order to provide the best service to our community. We welcome you to join us, train with us, and be a part of something big.

Equipment Inventory

WT60 - Water Delivery
Anywhere you want it

  • 2000 gallons
  • Foam
  • Seats 3
  • Ford F-250
  • Medical Gear
  • 4-Wheel Drive