City of Dayton officials dedicated two new state-of-the-art Fire Engines during a ceremony on June 25th. One is housed at Station 15 on Wayne Avenue and the other at Station 4 on Monument Avenue. The City of Dayton received roughly $447,400 in Assistance to Firefighters Grant money from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to help pay part of the $789,000 total cost. The new equipment replaces two older engines, one 22 years old and the other 25 years old. The standard life expectancy for these vehicles is typically 15 years in front line service and five years in reserve.