The Emergency Response Vehicle Replacement Project will consist of the following replacements: 22 Fire Engines (purchase over a five year period from bond funds from 2020-2024); Three 77-Foot Ladder Trucks; Two 100-foot Ladder Trucks; One Heavy Rescue Truck; and One Air Supply Trailer (Emergency Operations support). The cost of these vehicles totals out at $20,810,000. The Citizen's Bond Committee approved $16,000,000 for this project and submitted to City Council Members. The cost of the trucks are based on State Contract cost for the emergency vehicle and all required emergency equipment and lighting to put in service. The is a critical project that needs to be funded due to apparatus out of service time due to very frequent recurring maintenance cost. Many of the vehicles are 20+ years old and some parts are becoming increasingly difficult to find. These Vehicles have no remaining warranty on them so the department has the burden of bearing the entire repair cost.