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Oak Bluffs Fire Department
9 Firehouse Lane
Oak Bluffs, MA  02557
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Emergency 508-693-1212
Business     508-693-5380, 0077
FAX            508-693-3262
Dispatch     508-693-1214
Dispatch    154.325  WQAS 838  
Fire Alarm 153.770, (2) 154.445
Fire Alarm WPQZ 444 Base

Chief  John Rose (2014)

Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts
Dukes County
Martha's Vineyard

Established 1884
1 Fire Station     8 Apparatus
 80 Call FD Personnel - 35 EMS     
6 Career EMS - 100 Total
 Apparatus 500s

Area                 7.37 Square Miles
Population        2,804
Density            380 per sq mile

Fire               x
EMS             x
Total         xxx

Sta.1    Sta.2
Sta.3    Sta.4

4 Engines
1 Ladder
0 Brush
3 Ambs
1 H Res
0 Cars
4 Misc

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Oak Bluffs is one of the oldest departments on the Island protecting a very congested and historic town, with a major waterfront.

The fire department has approximately 80 call members. The EMS rescue squad has approximately 35 members, some of whom are also members of the fire department.  All EMS personnel are EMTs, about 6 are also Paramedics.  While the fire department is all call, there are about 6 fulltime EMS personnel, that along with other members provide day coverage of usually 3 EMT-Bs and 1 EMT-P.  1/2006

Peter Forend new fire chief July 1, 2007 replacing long time chief Dennis Alley.

Fire Chief John Rose appointed full time chief Mar 2014.

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