The Emergency Operations Division is the largest division and is responsible for delivering all emergency response functions. It consists of an Engine Company and a Truck Company stationed at two fire stations strategically located in the City of Red Oak and Emergency Services District #4.
Areas under Operations:
- Daily Operations
- Service Areas
- Emergency Medical
- Health & Safety
- Performance Standards
Areas of Service
The downloadable map of Red Oak Fire Rescue's jurisdiction is available here
GOAL: To save lives, reduce suffering and speed recovery from injury and illness by delivering basic and advanced life support services throughout the community.
The delivery of emergency medical services to the customers of Red Oak plays a major role in the operation of Red Oak Fire Rescue. Currently, approximately 70% of our emergency response activity is an emergency medical in nature.
Our Fire Department takes great pride in being a progressive Advanced Life Support first responder organization. All of our Truck and Engine Companies have Advanced Life Support capabilities. Our Engine crews provide first response on all EMS incidents to ensure rapid response and optimal care to our citizens.
STATION 1 - CENTRAL547 N Methodist Street
STATION 21201 Pierce Road
|Station Two, which opened in January of 2008, services all addresses east of Hwy 342. The station is located in the 1200 block of Pierce Road. Strategically located to receive the highest ISO points for addresses within the city, the station is within five road miles of the eastern-most residences of the City of Red Oak. Station Two houses one engine and one brush truck.||Red Oak Fire Rescue Central Station, which opened in 2005 houses the Administration division of the department. Central Station is the home for one Truck one Engine, and One Brush Truck. Central Station’s primary response district is all City and ESD areas west of Hwy 342 to the boundaries of Ovilla and Glenn Heights.|
|Chief Officers||Engine 182||Rescue 181||Truck 181|