When you see high water, Turn around don't drown
Station 273 begins operations February 17, 2012!
Station 2 was completed in February and the department began running emergency calls out of it on February 17, 2012.  In the first 2 months of operation, the station has already proven to be a wonderful asset to the area.  Station 2 crews have responded to dozens of emergency calls with very impressive response times. 
Brick Fundraiser for Station 2
The brick fundraiser was a huge success!  The department raised approximately $25,000 to help build the new station.  Thanks to everyone who helped support the effort by buying a brick.  The bricks have been set into a concrete monument adjacent to the flag pole out front.  Everyone is encouraged to visit the site!  
Briaroaks Volunteer Fire Department
Engine 173

The Briaroaks Volunteer Fire Department is committed to providing a superior level of emergency service that continually improves the quality of life, health and safety of the people we serve
New Brush Truck
Apr 27, 2012 :: Briaroaks has placed into service a new Brush Truck that will be housed at Station 2.  This is a heavy duty vehicle used primarily to fight grass and brush fires.  It is equipped with many enhanced safety features that make it a much better vehicle than the 20 year old truck it is replacing.  Check out our photos section and... Read More
Stopped Emergency Vehicles
Sep 01, 2010 :: Slow Down or Change Lanes for Stopped Emergency Vehicles SB 193 implements new requirements for motorist approaching stopped emergency vehicles. SB 193 requires drivers nearing stopped emergency vehicles-with lights activated -to either slow down or change lanes. The law states a driver must either vacate the lane closest to the stopped emergency vehicle if the road has multiple lanes traveling... Read More
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