The following are the current apparatus used by the Rochelle Heights Volunteer Fire Dept.
2011 Pierce Arrow XT equipped with a 2000 GPM pump, 1000 gallon water tank and a 50 gallon class B foam tank.
This engine is second due to all structure fires. Since this engine can flow foam out of any of the discharges, it is the first due engine to vehicle fires, dumpster or rubbish fires, motor vehicle crashes, fluid spills or any hazardous materials incident. This engine is also the mutual aid engine to any department requesting an engine from Rochelle Heights. For an activated fire alarm or a structure fire, this engine is the third piece to leave the firehouse.
2011 Pierce Velocity with a 100' Tower Ladder and a 1500 GPM pump.
This is the only ladder truck in the township. Truck 832 is first due to CO alarms or any rescue situation requiring the use of an aerial device or ropes. For structure fires and activated alarms, it is the second piece to leave the firehouse.
1989 Saulsbury (refurbished in 1999) equipped with Hurst tools and a cascade system.
This rescue has been taken out of service on 8/29/2013 by order of the Mayor and Town Council of Rochelle Heights.
2013 Pierce Quantum equipped with a 2000 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, 50 gallons of class A foam and 50 gallons of class B foam with CAFS.
Since this engine is equipped with the Compressed Air Foam System and Class A foam, it is first due to all structure fires and activated fire alarms. It is the second due engine to vehicle fires, rubbish or dumpster fires, fluid spills or any other hazardous materials incident. Unless this engine is special called by an outside department, it does not respond mutual aid. Since Rescue 833 has been taken out of service, this engine is first due to vehicle accidents requiring extrication. Engine 834 carries a portable Hurst generator, a Jaws of Life, a "O" tool cutter and basic wood blocks for vehicle stabilization.