Hopedale Fire Department's first responder vehicle is a 2004 Ford Expedition. 512 is mostly used to transport personnel, but is equipped with the essential basic life support supplies. This vehicle was added to the fleet in 2014.
Hopedale Fire Deartment's first out squad is a 2017 Ford F450 XLT from Osage Ambulances. This vehicle is equipped with state of the art medical equipment including a LUCAS device, LifePak 15, and a Stryker power cot. Squad 105 was added to the emergency fleet in 2017 and serves as the primary medical responding truck for the department.
Squad 510 is a 2002 Ford E-450 Super Duty from Osage Ambulances. This vehicle is stocked with state of the art medical equipment such as a LUCAS device and LifePak 15. This vehicle also carries two additional air packs for assistance on fire scenes. 510 was officially purchased by Hopedale Fire Department in May 2017 and has since been renovated. Squad 510 serves as the 2nd out vehicle for the department.
Tanker 517 is a 2012 International Workstar. It holds 3,000 gallons of water with a 1,000 gallon/minute pump. This apparatus has all the necessary equipment for Jefferson and Belmont County Tanker Task Force and has a back up set of the Jaws of Life. This truck was added to the emergency fleet in 2012.
519 is a 2001 Sutphen engine and is the department's primary truck. This apparatus holds 750 gallons of water and uses a 1500 gallon/minute pump. 519 was officially placed in service in 2017.
514 is a 1992 Chevy Cheynne and is the oldest vehicle in the fleet. It is an essential piece of equipment for fighting fires off of a paved road way. This vehicle is equipped with 4 wheel drive and holds 200 gallons of water. It was added to the emergency fleet in 1994.