The DeBary Volunteer Fire Department was started in 1953 to produce fire services to the citizens of DeBary. Today the division features evolved to-be a mixture division of volunteer and paid firefighters providing you with administrative and logistic assistance under contract because of the Orange City Fire division.
Station 33, DeBary is found at 93 S Charles Richard Beall Blvd., in DeBary and is staffed by guys and woman a day a day, seven days a week with a minimum of three firefighters per change including a shift lieutenant. The department provides Advanced Life Support Service and fire support using a fully equipped engine, water tender, brush vehicle and a support truck which functions as a rehab device on huge operations.
The DeBary Volunteer Firemen’s Association ended up being established in 1952 to give assistance towards the DeBary Volunteer Fire Department. Composed of people in the community and volunteer firefighters, people devote their time for you offer the fire division by fundraising and offering neighborhood presentations. Membership in Association is necessity to becoming a volunteer firefighter. The DeBary Volunteer Firemen’s