Interested in learning more about your Fire Department? Feel free to reach out to us through email, phone, or during our Monday night gatherings from 7:30 to 9:00. Not only do you do get the pride of helping your neighbors, you also get many other perks to being part of this volunteer organization such as being able to use the tuition program provided by the state for you or your family:
No training required if you are interested in becoming a firefighter. Join the Company and train with us to see if this is something you really want to pursue. You can ride the trucks, train on the equipment, and learn how your fire department works. If you decide to pursue it further, you can attend one of the flexible Firefighter 1 training programs at the local Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center.
If you are between the ages of 16 & 18 and would like to volunteer in the community while learning what it takes to become a firefighter when you turn 18, then this program is for you. If you are looking to go to College, this is a great opportunity for you to show that them that you provided many volunteer hours for your community.
If you are interested in volunteering, but riding the fire truck isn't for you, you can become a member of our Fire Police. This units are dispatched to assist in the flow of traffic, often assisting the Police Department for accidents, wires, and other events. We also provide training for this position as well.
Being a firefighter doesn't always mean you need to be fighting a fire. You can still ride the truck and assist at the scene by helping the driver hook up to a water supply, provide tools for interior members, assist on motor vehicle accidents, etc. You can even be trained to drive the apparatus.
Start the process of joining today by filling out the contact form: Contact Information