The Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department Apparatus consists of: Two (2) Fire Engines, One (1) Tanker, One (1) Rescue Truck and One (1) Brush Truck.
Both fire engines hold one thousand gallons of water each and the tanker holds three thousand gallons.
The rescue truck is a mobile power unit carrying the jaws of life, a fifteen-kilowatt generator, and numerous rescue resources and tools.
The brush truck holds two hundred and twenty-five gallons of water and is used as a utility vehicle and to fight off-road fires.
We also have an all-terrain vehicle, a hazmat trailer, and a command vehicle.
All trucks and equipment are housed at our Fire Station at 27 North Street in the center of town.
As there are no pressurized hydrants in town, all water supplies are taken from static sources being ponds and cisterns.
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