Red Bank Relief Engine
Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department's Relief Engine covers much of the downtown, including a large number of businesses, as well as the entire St. James Church campus, the Count Basie Theatre, and a number of residential homes in the area.
The company was incorporated more than a century ago and has been at its Drumond location since 1914. The company, like the other ones in the borough, responds to all general alarms and working fires.
Red Bank's fire department is a completely volunteer outfit, with six stations spread out in various neighborhoods throughout the borough. In all, the department boasts a volunteer base of about 150 fire fighters, and is always looking for new recruits. Volunteers can visit the borough website for more information about how to apply to become a member of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department.
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Founding Date: 1880
- Parking: On-street: free, On-street: metered
- Public restrooms: No
- Number of firefighters: 150
- Number of trucks: 1
- Fire department services: Engine
- Type: Volunteer