Stations & apparatus
Station 1 | Central Station
Central Station is located near the intersection of State Highway 21 and west OSR.
401 - Chief Command Vehicle
421 - Engine
431 - Tender
432 - Tender
441 - Booster
451 - Light-duty Rescue
Station 2 | Benchley Station
Benchley Station is located off W OSR, west of Highway 6.
442 - Booster
420 - Heavy Brush
Station 3 | Brushy Station
Brushy Station is located off Highway 60 west of College Station.
423 - Engine
442 - Booster
453 - Squad
Brush 420 "The General"
Brush 420, also known as The General,
was purchased from Texas Facilities
Commission in San Antonio. This unit will
serve two basic functions: Wildland fires
and floodwater rescue. Precinct 4 takes
great pride in our vehicles and equipment.
This truck is being built by our firefighters
in order to protect the citizens in Precinct
4 and to save money that could be utlilized
for training our members. By using a surplus vehicle and using the pump and hose reel from Utility 453. The truck also has a 20,000 pound winch that can be used in recovery and rescue. This will be a substanial savings to the taxpayers, ESD and VFD 4.
Chief 401 | Command vehicle, equipped with advanced radio systems, Self Contained Breathing Apparatus, and forcible entry tools, Medical equipment, etc.
Engine 421 | 750 Gallon Engine with 1250 gpm pump. Equipped with structural firefighting, medical, and vehicle extrication equipment.
Booster 441 | 300 Gallon Brush Truck with 500 gpm pump and class A foam system. 441 is equipped with wildland firefighting equipment and medical supplies.
Tender 431 | 2,000 Gallon tender. Equipped with 2 portable drop tanks, and drafting equipment to set up an attack engine with drafting capabilities.
Utility 451 | Light Duty Rescue, equipped with Paratech rescue struts, Holmatro Combi tool, AED, and medical supplies. 451 is Station 1’s primary response vehicle for medical calls in Station 1’s district.
Brush 420 | Heavy Brush unit equipped with 400 gallon tank with 500 gpm pump. Equipped with wildland firefighting equipment. Brush 420 is built, in-house, by members of Precinct 4 VFD to test the capabilities of the LMTV (Light Military Vehicle) as a frontline Brush Truck. This initiative will increase the capabilities of the Fire Department, and cut down on department spending.
Booster 442 | 300 Gallon tank with 500 gpm pump. Booster 442 is equipped with wildland firefighting equipment and medical supplies. 442 is the primary unit assigned to medical emergencies in the Benchley community.
Tender 432 | 1,500 Gallon tank with 1,250 gpm pump. Tender 432 is a mobile water source for wildland and rural structural Firefighting.
Engine 423 | 1,000 gallon Pumper/Tender with 1,250 gpm pump. Engine 423 is equipped with Structural Firefighting equipment, Vehicle Extrication Equipment, and Medical supplies.
Booster Truck Housed out of Station 3 | Holds 300 gallons of water, wildland firefighting equipment, and medical supplies
Squad 453 | Medical response vehicle, equipped with AED and BLS (Basic Life Support) medical equipment. Squad 453 is the primary medical response unit for Station 3’s district.