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Website Updated

March 21, 2019




  • April 2019 - The La Verne Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Type 1 Ambulance from Braun Northwest in the amount of $215,977. An additional $22,600 is requested to outfit the ambulance with required EMS supplies and communications equipment including radios and mobile computing devices. The ambulance proposed for replacement has maintenance costs that have exceeded $19,800 so far this fiscal year and has been out of service for 102 days resulting in an availability rate of just 72%. Maintenance costs for this ambulance are 60% higher than the department's other two similar vehicles, both of which are older.

  • April 2019 - The Compton Fire Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2019 Dodge Crew Cab Paramedic Rescue Squads in the amount of $390,990.23 from Firematic Supply Co. Inc.

  • March 2019 - The Monrovia Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase one (1) 2019 KME Custom 100' Tractor Drawn Aerial Ladder Truck from KME, Inc. in the amount of $1,524,744.40. The price associated with procuring the ladder truck includes all necessary communications equipment, which includes radios, mobile data computers, and antennas. Nearly all of the necessary tools and equipment are also included in the price of truck, including vehicle extrication equipment, ventilation equipment, ladders, and hand / power tools. This truck configuration is new for our department, and a comprehensive drivers training and certification program is also included.

  • February 2019 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Seagrave Capitol DB50CT pumper engine in the amount of $968,621.00. This engine will be housed at Fire Station 36.

  • December 2018 - The El Segundo Fire Department was notified on October 24, 2018 that Chevron will be purchasing equipment on behalf of the El Segundo Fire Department as part of a Federal Consent Decree from the Department of Justice and Environmenal Protection Agency. This action stems from various violations of the Federal Clean Air Act at Chevron refineries around the country. The DOJ and EPA announced a comprehensive settlement that included fines, enhancements, as well as purchasing emergency equipment for neighboring jurisdictions. The following are Consent Decreee findings for El Segundo Fire: 45 sets of Personal Protective Equipment, Rescue Equipment, Forward Looking Infrared Camera, two (2) 2019 Ford Super Duty XL crew cab utility trucks, one (1) 2019 Pierce Arrow XT Fire Engine, and Emergency Radio Equipment.

  • December 2018 - The Montebello Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase one (1) 2019 KME Predator Custom Pumper Severe Service fire engine from KME Inc. in the amount of $637,567.03

  • November 2018 - The Arcadia Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 pick-up truck from George Chevrolet including equipment installation in the amount of $42,475.42. The existing 2001 Chevrolet Malibu Arson vehicle will be replaced by a new 2019 four-wheel drive Chevrolet Silverado pick-up. This vehicle will be assigned to the Fire Chief initially and then subsequently a strike team relief and utility vehicle, thus the need for four-wheel drive capabilities. The new vehicle will also be outfitted with Fire Departmentís radios and Code 3 capabilities allowing for rapid response back into the City as the needs arise. The 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe vehicle that is currently assigned to the Fire Chief will then be re-assigned as the Arson vehicle.

  • October 2018 - The San Marino Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Chevrolet Suburban Battalion Chief Command Unit from Weseloh Chevrolet in the amount of $61,625

  • September 2018 - The Monterey Park Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase one (1) 2018 KME 100' Tractor Drawn Aerial Quint in the amount of $1,370,898.00 and two (2) 2018 KME Custom Severe Service Pumper Engines in the amount of $1,246,480.00

  • September 2018 - The Pasadena Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) CBRNE Incident Response Trailer from Western Shelter Mobility Systems in the amount of $208,014. The trailer will enable rapid deployment for operations on suspicious-substance response missions and provide capabilities to conduct personnel and equipment, decontamination, medical triage and stabilization, responder rehabilitation, and casualty search and extraction. The trailer will also enhance incident management capabilities for the region, and can support up to 20 firefighters and provide highly-trained personnel immediate access to necessary equipment.

  • September 2018 - The Glendale Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Pierce Arrow XT pumper engine in the amount of $783,136.81

  • September 2018 - The Compton Fire Department has been approved to purchase a 2014 Dodge Charger Police Package from McPeek's of Anaheim in the amount of $24,729.94. This vehicle will replace the Fire Chief's vehicle which is inoperable.

  • August 2018 - The Manhattan Beach Fire Department had been instructed to explore short-term options to enhance ambulance transport services. A Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance is staffed when part-time personnel are available; however, the program has struggled to maintain adequate staffing. Contracting with a private ambulance company would provide consistent BLS transportation availability. Several options were presented including a dedicated 24/7 unit, a 12-hour peak hours unit, and a fee for service unit. The City Council chose option 3, a fee for service unit. When requested, the private ambulance company provides an ambulance to respond utilizing the closest available unit pre-deployed in the area. The City would pay the private ambulance company $380 per transport. Projected cost per year is $220,400 ($380 per transport x 580 transports), offset by anticipated $406,000 in revenue, yielding a projected net revenue of $185,600.

  • July 2018 - The Long Beach Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase seven (7) 2018 Ford E-450 Cutaway (E4F) DRW 158" WB ambulances from National Auto Fleet Group in the total amount of $2,276,000.

  • June 2018 - The West Covina Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Ram 3500 Crew Cab 4x4 Short Bed With Shell Command Vehicle from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $51,730 and upfitting including new radios and MDC for a grand total amount of $192,840.64   DELIVERED - NOT IN SERVICE YET

  • February 2018 - The Long Beach Fire Department has been approved to lease/purchase one (1) 2018 Pierce Arrow XT 102' Tractor Drawn Aerial Ladder Truck and one (1) 2018 Pierce Arrow XT 107' Rear-Mount Aerial Ladder Truck in the amount of $2,400,645.00

  • January 2018 - The San Gabriel Fire Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Pierce Quantum Triple Combination, 1500 GPM pumper engine in the amount of $653,774.42. The purchase and installation of intercom system, radios, and MCT will be by Central Supply International in the amount of $9973.76   DELIVERED - NOT IN SERVICE YET





  • April 2019 - The El Segundo Police Department has been approved to purchase five (5) 2019 BMW R1250 RT-P police motorcycles from Long Beach BMW in the amount of $150,194.91

  • March 2019 - The Hermosa Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase three (3) 2019 Chevrolet Tahoes (2 Patrol Tahoes and 1 Watch Commander Tahoe) from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $124,921.95. Installation of emergency equipment will be by South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority (SBRPCA), in Hawthorne, California. The City of Hermosa Beach is a contract member of the SBRPCA; thus, able to procure and have this equipment installed by the SBRPCA at a reduced cost. Per SBRPCA, the cost to purchase and install the necessary equipment for two of the 2019 Chevrolet Tahoes, which would be used in the patrol division, is approximately $23,072.70. The cost to purchase and install the custom storage system and equipment for the 2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Watch Commander vehicle would be approximately $36,000 and would be completed by 911Vehicle. The rear seat of the vehicle would be removed to accommodate electronics, radios, and computer operating equipment. Removal of the seat would allow for extra storage and is needed for the significant amount of equipment carried by the Watch Commander.

  • March 2019 - The Hermosa Beach Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2019 BMW R1250 RT-P police motorcycles from Long Beach BMW in the amount of $63,878.06

  • February 2019 - The South Gate Police Department has been approved to purchase two (2) 2018 Ford Interceptor Utility SUV's from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $91,121.40. Installation of emergency equipment will be by West Coast Lights & Sirens, Inc in the amount of $28,221.70.

  • February 2019 - The Montebello Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Ford F-150 Police Responder 4x4 XL utilizing the Sourcewell Competitive Government bidding process in the amount of $41,550.86 and installation of emergncy equipment and radios in the amount of $20,500.00 for a total amount of $62,650.86. The vehicle will be used primarily by the Homeless Outreach Service Team (HOST) and Montebello Mental Evaluation Team (MMET). HOST and MMET have a need for a vehicle that can efficiently and safely haul large discarded bulky items such as shopping carts and large quantities of property. HOST and MMET personnel are required to drive into the riverbed, dam area and other locations where a regular police car would have difficulty accessing. When not being used by HOST or MMET the vehicle can be used by other units in the department who may need to move large items such as evidence, range training equipment, tactical equipment, etc.

  • February 2019 - The Monrovia Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2018 Ford Explorer XLT Utility Administrative Vehicle from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $34,179.32. Installation of emergency equipment and radios will be by Black and White Emergency Vehicles, Inc in the amount of $3561.55.

  • December 2018 - The Azusa Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) Lenco Bearcat Armored Response and Rescue Vehicle in the amount of $298,072.58

  • December 2018 - The Covina Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Chevy Tahoe PPV Patrol Supervisor Unit from Wondries Ford in the amount of $42,017.30

  • December 2018 - The El Segundo Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) SIN 190-03 | TRU-16 SWAT Tactical Response Unit from Emergency Vehicles Inc. in the total amount of $302,069.99

  • December 2018 - The Santa Monica Police Department has been approved to purchase six (6) 2019 Ford F-150 4x4 trucks from Fritt's Ford in the amount of $227,454.  This purchase would replace six vehicles used by the Santa Monica Police Department. Two trucks would be used at the Santa Monica Airport to patrol the facility. Another pair of trucks would be used by the Police Harbor Guard unit to conduct patrols along the beach, and two trucks would support SMPDís Homeless Liaison Program. These six 4x4 pickup trucks are replacing different types of vehicles, including existing pickup trucks and sedans. Standardizing these vehicles to 4x4 pickup trucks would provide the police with the flexibility to dispatch backup units, if needed, to areas of the beach where driving on the sand is required.

  • November 2018 - The South Pasadena Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Ford Interceptor Utility K-9 patrol vehicle from Wondries Fleet Group and one (1) 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid Responder admin vehicle in the amount of $66,742.42. The Ford Interceptor SUV will be utilized as a K9 vehicle, and the Ford Fusion will be utilized by police administration to replace a 2017 Ford Interceptor SUV being transferred from administration to patrol. The Police Department is also seeking to award a contract in the amount of $43,458.04 to Commline Inc., for the installation of emergency operating equipment in the two Ford Police Utility Interceptors, the installation of a computer monitor in the 2017 Ford Police Interceptor SUV, and a Motorola radio in the 2019 Ford Fusion.

  • November 2018 - The South Pasadena Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Dodge Charger K-9 patrol vehicle from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $27,887. The current K9 Unit is a 2009 Dodge Charger (mileage: 116,421). This Dodge will remain in the fleet to be utilized by patrol, with the added benefit of being a backup K9 unit.

  • November 2018 - The Santa Monica Police Department has been approved to purchase nine (9) 2019 BMW 1200 RT-P police motorcycles from Long Beach BMW in the amount of $283,597. Currently, the Police Department has a total of 17 motorcycles, 15 of which are production motorcycles used in day-to-day operations and two of which are reserve motorcycles used for training purposes. Police Department staff opted to switch to the Honda Police motorcycle in 2013 to reduce the total cost of ownership. The Honda motorcycle is not purpose-built like the BMW Police motorcycle, and that manifested itself over the course of the last five years as the Honda motorcycles have proven to be less reliable than the BMW counterpart. The BMW Police motorcycle is a purpose-built motorcycle designed specifically for law enforcement and has been widely adopted as a standard motorcycle by law enforcement agencies throughout the nation due to its design, safety rating and flexibility for various assignments and purposes. Therefore, the BMW Police motorcycle was selected as the standard motorcycle for the Santa Monica Police Department to replace the remaining inventory of Honda motorcycles.

  • October 2018 - The Huntington Park Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Ford Interceptor SUV vehicle from South Bay Ford in the amount of $35,532.75. Outfitting with emergency equipment will be by Black and White Emergency Vehicles in the amount of $32,491.37.

  • October 2018 - The Irwindale Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Dodge Durango SSV Admin vehicle from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $29,518. Outfitting with emergency equipment will be in the amount of $5500. The vehicle purchased under this request will be assigned to the recently promoted Police Lieutenant.

  • September 2018 - The Pomona Police Department has been approved to purchase three (3) 2014 Ford Taurus Interceptor vehicles from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $68,325. These units will be used by the Investigative Services Division.

  • September 2018 - The Inglewood Police Department has been approved to lease five (5) 2019 Dodge Charger patrol vehicles from Enterprise Leasing for a term of four years.

  • September 2018 - The Huntington Park Police Department has been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol SUV's from South Bay Ford including new radio, MDC computer, decals, and emergency equipment in the amount of $68,024.22. They also have been approved to purchase one (1) 2019 BMW 1200 RT-P police motorcycle from Long Beach BMW in the amount of $40,542.24

  • September 2018 - The Glendora Police Department has been approved to purchase twelve (12) 2019 Ford Interceptor Utility patrol SUV's from National Auto Fleet Group in the amount of $518,375.88. Seven of the vehicles will be replacements and five vehicles will be for next year. The Ford plant where these vehicles are built is shutting down to retool for the new 2020 Ford Explorer design. Staff will not be able to make the FY 2019-20 purchase of five (5) vehicles in that budget year due to this shut down. Therefore, staff is requesting to purchase FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 vehicles during the FY 2018-19 year for a total of twelve (12).

  • September 2018 - The Claremont Police Department has been approved to purchase fourteen (14) patrol vehicles; Eight (8) 2019 Dodge Chargers from Elk Grove Auto Group in the amount of $271,083.44; Six (6) 2019 Chevrolet Tahoes from Wondries Fleet Group in the amount of $250,041.00. Two of the Tahoes will replace the two K-9 units, the remaining Tahoes will be for Supervisors and Corporals.

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