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Wed. Jul 5th 2017
Roosevelt Ladder 63-45 moved up to stand-by at the City of Poughkeepsie Main Street Station tonight for couple hours as City ...
Sun. Jun 18th 2017
Roosevelt firefighters assisted this morning with a mutual aid 2nd alarm fire at the Hyde Park Heights Apartments at 107 East...
Mon. Aug 25th 2014
Members were called to the scene of a reported Auto Accident this morning at the intersection of Cream St. & Crum Elbow R...
Mon. Apr 21st 2014
Members of Roosevelt were dispatched to a report of an auto accident in the Greenfields Development off Cream Street at ...
Sat. Jan 11th 2014
Today crews were dispatched at approx. 0938 hrs. for a report of a fire in a wood stove at a residence in the Harbor Hills De...
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Mon. Dec 31st 2018
The following people were elected to positions in the District & Department for 2019.Chief - Lew Darrow1st Asst. Chief - ...
Sun. Dec 16th 2018
There will be a 1st Aid and CPR class held at the Roosevelt Engine Company #3 Station on the following dates and times. ...
Fri. Jun 29th 2018
Roosevelt FD was dispatched to the scene of a reported MVC at Violet Avenue and Prince Road this evening around 6pm.  Ro...
Tue. Jun 19th 2018
Members of the Roosevelt FD with Engine 63-12 & Ladder 63-45 were part of a mutual aid response to the collapse of a...
Mon. Jun 4th 2018
Simon visits Roosevelt Engine Company #3.   This very special young man from Ireland stopped by on June 4, 2018 to ... Managed web hosting for Fire/EMS

Welcome to Roosevelt Engine Company #3

Roosevelt Engine Company #3 is one of three stations within the Roosevelt Fire District which is located in the historic Town of Hyde Park, NY.

On August 3, 2015 at 730pm, the apparatus and personnel of Engine Company #3 finally made the ceremonial move to their new station located at 830 Violet Avenue, just up the street from the previous location.  Ironically,  at 800pm the first call was handled from out of the new station,  a EMS call just across the street from the station on Woodfield Place.

In closing the membership of the Roosevelt Fire District and of the Engine Company would like to extend a great big thank you to the community for it's support during the construction and we look forward to the continued support as we move forward in the years to come.

Anyone interested in joining this excellent family of public servants to the community are welcomed to stop by and fill out an application and ask questions.



1st night in the Station August 3, 2015

Conceptual drawing of the Station during construction.

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