Last night, we hosted a Railway Safety Awareness Class taught by the New Jersey Transit Emergency Service Training division. Representation from New Providence Police and New Providence Office of Emergency Management, New Providence EMS and our mutual aid departments were also present. With the Gladstone line running through the borough, it is important we train together as such incidents involve a unified effort.
This past week our members practiced deploying a variety of different hose setups and repacked them to ensure they can be deployed in an emergency. Due to the great diversity of building types in our town, we carry a variety of different hose setups that will allow us to combat fires wherever they might occur. #fire #firefighter #newprovidencenj #enginecompany @ New Providence Volunteer Fire Department
The snow is falling fast, but it’s not stopping us! Our volunteers are dedicated to helping you wherever, and whenever you need it.
There’s a fire. You call for help. Who answers? The vast majority of Americans live in places that don’t have a single firefighter on the payroll.…
With a break in the brutally cold weather, members spent the afternoon yesterday practicing their skills in hose deployment and pump operating. Winter months can be tough on training, but we take advantage when we can!
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Springfield Avenue was closed this morning while firefighters put out a garage fire at a single family home.
The New Providence Fire Department is 100% volunteer and responsible for providing fire protection and rescue services for the Borough. The residents of New Providence rely on volunteers, your neighbors, to protect our town.
We are always looking for new members to help maintain reliability and efficiency in order to deliver superior service. Those who live in or around, as well as those who work in the borough are eligible for membership.
Contact us at email@example.com to find out how you can get involved and learn about the rewarding benefits of becoming a member of our department!