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This site is a comprehensive photo collection of police cars, fire apparatus, unique vehicles, and general information for numerous emergency service agencies in Los Angeles County.

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Website Updated

April 22, 2017




  • January 2016 - The West Covina Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase one (1) 2016 Pierce Arrow XT 105' Quint Aerial Ladder Truck AND two (2) 2016 Pierce Arrow XT Triple Combination PUC Pumper Engines. The toal cost to purchase the ladder truck will be $1,248,255.92. The total cost to purchase both engines will be $1,324,000.28.

  • April 2016 - The Alhambra Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase two (2) KME Severe Service Pumper Engines with equipment in the amount of $1,273,804.28. They will piggy-back on the Orange County Fire Authority's bid award.

  • July 2016 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2016 Seagrave Tractor-Drawn Aerial Ladder Truck in the amount of $1,300,000.00. They will piggy-back on Houston-Galveston's bid award. They have also been approved to purchase one (1) 2016 Chevrolet G-4500 Diesel Powered Road Rescue Ultra Medic Type III ambulance in the amount of $276,323.

  • July 2016 - The South Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Pierce Arrow XT Triple Combination PUC Pumper Engine. The toal cost to purchase the engine will be $696,335.

  • September 2016 - The Glendale Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2016 Pierce Triple Combination Fire Pumpers in the amount of $1,379,250.00. Outfitting the apparatus with new equipment will be in the amount of $65,021.

  • September 2016 - The Redondo Beach Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Pierce Arrow XT Triple Combination Fire Pumper in the amount of $613,046.99 to replace Engine 64.

  • September 2016 - The Santa Fe Springs Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Dodge Ram 2500, Crew Cab, Short Bed, 4X4 Diesel Battalion Chief Unit. The unit price includes a Command Conversion Package in the amount of $129.545.00. Motorola Solutions has been chosen to install radios and MDC in the amount of $76,144.52

  • January 2017 - The Downey Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford Fusion Energi Titanium sedan from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $33,368.75. This vehicle will be used by the Assistant Fire Chief.

  • January 2017 - The Santa Monica Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) KME Type 1 Ladder Truck and four (4) KME Type 1 Fire Engines in the amount of $6,366,513. Funding for an additional Type 1 Aerial Ladder Truck and one Type 1 Fire Engine is contingent upon Council budget approval within the next 5 years.

  • January 2017 - The La Habra Heights Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Rosenbauer Timberwolf Type III Fire Engine in the amount of $330,428.

  • February 2017 - The Manhattan Beach Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 E-One Fire Engine with Ladder in the amount of $1,079,163.60.

  • February 2017 - The Torrance Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Pierce Triple Combination Fire Pumpers in the amount of $1,265,799.98.

  • April 2017 - The Beverly Hills Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford C-Max from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $27,608.41. This vehicle will be utilized by the newly created Fire Inspector position.

  • September 2016 - The Hawthorne Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) Lenco MedCat Armored Vehicle in the amount of $339,182.66. The Lenco MedCat is essentially an ambulance built within the chassis of the Lenco Bearcat, an armored vehicle commonly used in law enforcement critical incidents. It provides first responders with the tools needed to treat victims as well as the protection to do it safely. It allows for entry into areas which are tactically unsafe with a high potential for injury to personnel, such as an active shooter scenario. Inside, the capabilities are identical to fire department ambulances, depending on the specification it is built to. Externally, it provides the tactical mobility and protection of an armored vehicle.

  • September 2016 - The Hawthorne Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicles from South Bay Ford in the amount of $65,783.20. Outfitting of equipment from SBRPCA in the amount of $18,851.75

  • September 2016 - The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicles from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $88,685. Outfitting of all new equipment will be in the amount of $29,685

  • September 2016 - The Redondo Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2016 Ford Interceptor SUV K-9 Vehicle to be used by the new Vapor Wake Detection Canine. The vehicle will be purchased through National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $32,211.00 and outfitting by West Coast Lights and Sirens in the amount of $17,638.32

  • September 2016 - The South Pasadena Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicles from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $59,384. Outfitting of new equipment from Commline, Inc in the amount of $33,007.88 and lettering and graphics from Prime Graphix, Inc in the amount of $1262.50

  • September 2016 - The West Covina Police Department has been approved to purchase ten (10) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicles from Frontier Ford in the amount of $279,000, two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Admin Vehicles in the amount of $57,298. Outfitting of new equipment will be in the amount of $145,000 for all 12 vehicles.

  • October 2016 - The El Segundo Police Department has been approved to purchase four (4) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $211,400. Two units will be for K-9 replacement and two units will be for patrol replacement. This will begin their rollout to replace all Ford Crown Vics with Ford Interceptor SUV's to maintain a consistent fleet.

  • October 2016 - The Monterey Park Police Department has been approved to purchase five (5) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicles from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $155,951.90. Outfitting of all new equipment from West Coast Lights and Sirens in the amount of $42,520.95

  • October 2016 - The San Fernando Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Patrol Vehicle from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $27,889 and one (1) 2017 Ford Interceptor K-9 Vehicle in the amount of $28,419

  • October 2016 - The South Gate Police Department has been approved to purchase one dual-purpose (Narcotics/Patrol) canine dog from Adlerhorst International Inc. with training in the amount of $18,095

  • October 2016 - The Covina Police Department has been approved to purchase six (6) vehicles: Three (3) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility Patrol Vehicles, one (1) 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV Admin Vehicle, two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor Sedan Admin Vehicles. All vehicles will be purchased from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $177,174.04 and outfitting with new equipment from Black and White Emergency Vehicles for $34,977.09

  • October 2016 - The Beverly Hills Police Department Traffic Bureau received approval to add three (3) additional BMW Police Motorcycles to its Traffic Unit program. The addition of these three (3) Police Motorcycles will bring the total number of motorcycles in the Police fleet to eighteen (18), sixteen (16) regular patrol motorcycles and two (2) trainers. The purchase will be from Long Beach BMW in the amount of $93,283.05

  • November 2016 - The Hawthorne Police Department has been approved to purchase five (5) 2013 Ford Interceptor Sedans (Demo Models) to be used by the Detective Bureau. All vehicles have extended warranties and exempt plates at no cost to the city. The purchase will be from South Bay Ford in the amount of $118,494.67

  • December 2016 - The Long Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase forty-four (44) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles from Fritts Ford of Riverside in the amount of $1,671,954. They have also been approved to purchase twenty (20) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility multi-use vehicles from Worthington Ford in the amount of $637,913.

  • December 2016 - The Manhattan Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) Honda ST1300PAF motorcycles from Huntington Beach Honda in the amount of $52,840.68. Installation of safety equipment, graphics, and communications equipment will be in the amount of $28,065.32

  • December 2016 - The Pasadena Police Department has been approved to purchase ten (10) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol vehicles from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $293,200. Additionally, the ten vehicles require emergency auxiliary equipment including but not limited to: lighting, sirens, partitions, rear seat cages, antennas, decals, license plate readers, LoJacks, keyboards, etc. for an estimated amount of $26,000 per vehicle.

  • January 2017 - The Palos Verdes Estates Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) Honda ST1300PA motorcycle from Huntington Beach Honda in the amount of $30,649.85. Installation of safety equipment, graphics, and communications equipment will be in the amount of $6,850.15

  • January 2017 - The Azusa Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2015 Honda ST1300 motorcycle from Huntington Beach Honda including installation of safety equipment, graphics, and communications equipment in the total amount of $26,164.59.

  • January 2017 - The Beverly Hills Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $60,266.16. One unit is to be used by the newly created Assistant Police Chief and the other unit is to be used by the newly created Captain position.

  • February 2017 - The El Monte Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) Lenco BearCat Armored Vehicle. The total price will be $257,817.00 and will be purchased using Asset Forfeiture Funds. The Police Department has an Air Force Peacekeeper built in 1969 that is not realiable anymore and in 2014 aquired an MRAP military surplus vehicle which is too big and heavy for police use. These two vehicles will be given back to the military as soon as the BearCat is delivered.

  • February 2017 - The El Segundo Police Department has been approved to purchase eight (8) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $420,677. In order to continue the transition from Ford Crown Vics to Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's, four units will be purchased now and four units will be purchased in April.

  • February 2017 - The Gardena Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility AWD SUV's from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $67,079.28. Outfitting the vehicles by South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority (SBRPCA) is approximately $4,000.00 because these vehicles are replacing two vehicles that were involved in separate collisions that totaled both of the 2016 Police Interceptor SUV's.

  • February 2017 - The Hawthorne Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV and one (1) 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid from South Bay Ford in the amount of $60,958.26. They have also been approved to purchase one (1) 2014 Honda ST1300PAE police motorcycle from Huntington Beach Honda in the amount of $27,658.13.

  • February 2017 - The Redondo Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Dodge Durango SSV to be used by Special Investigations Unit (SIU), one (1) 2017 Dodge Charger slick top patrol sedan, and one (1) 2017 Dodge Charger patrol sedan from McPeek Dodge of Anaheim for a total cost of $125,682.76. They also have been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford Explorer XLT Utility to be used by the Police Chief, two (2) 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe Utility SUV’s to be used by patrol Sergeant's, two (2) 2017 Ford Police Interceptor Utilities patrol SUV’s and one 2017 Ford Police Interceptor Utility slick top patrol SUV from National Auto Fleet Group for a total cost of $340,503.46

  • March 2017 - The San Gabriel Police Department has been approved to purchase four (4) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $121,478.30. They have also been approved to purchase two (2) 2016 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's (non black-and-white, one covert and one admin) from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $59,362.38

  • April 2017 - The Huntington Park Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from South Bay Ford in the amount of $64,970.60. The purchase and installation of new safety equipment, graphics, and new communications equipment will be by Black and White Emergency Vehicles in the total amount of $124,970.00.

  • April 2017 - The Beverly Hills Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2017 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $35,595,93. This vehicle will be for the newly created Police Community Officer.

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