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Station 41-1  33 N. Rochdale Ave.  PO Box 490  Roosevelt NJ 08555
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41-76 | 1991 E-One
Roosevelt's current engine is a 1991 E-One that was donated to us by Tinton Falls Fire Company #1 in April of 2015.


41-72 | 1988 Ford Mini Pumper
41-72 is a class 6 wildfire engine which was was donated to us by Morganville Independent Fire Company in July of 2015.


RETIRED: 41-66 | 2000 Ford Expedition
The 2000 Ford Expedition which was donated by Cheesequake Fire Company in 2011 is currently in service and serving dual purpose as a utility vehicle and chief's truck. The Expedition was taken out of service and relinquished to the Borough of Roosevelt in April of 2016.


RETIRED: 1970 Mack CF 1250/500
Our 1970 Mack CF-600 that was purchased along with a 1974 Dodge Mini Pumper for $16,000 from Freehold Borough Fire Department in 1997. This engine was retired in May of 2015.


RETIRED: 1974 Dodge Mini Pumper
The 1974 Dodge Mini Pumper was in service from 1997 to 2012. It was damaged during Hurricane Sandy and was sold at auction by the Borough of Roosevelt to a junk yard in Jersey City in 2013.


RETIRED: 1960 FWD
The 1960 FWD was in service from July 1982 to September 1999. It was purchased from Freehold Fire Department and was sold at private sale by the Borough of Roosevelt to John Piazza for $2,150 on October 5, 1999.


Retired: 1949 American La France
The 1949 American La France 700 Series Type 775GPM Pumper; Reg. L-3669 was purchased from Pitman Fire Company #1 for $2,400 in June 1969. It was in service until July 1982. It was sold at private sale by the Borough of Roosevelt.


Retired: Chevy Class 325 4X4
The Chevy Class 325 4X4 300GPM was donated by Fort Dix in the early 40s. It was sold in 1969 and said to have been destroyed in the Mack Lumberyard fire later that year.


Retired: 1939 Mack?
Roosevelt's First Fire Apparatus Circa 1939.