BRIDGETON FIRE DEPARTMENT
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Welcome to the Bridgeton Fire Department
The Bridgeton Fire Department consists of 29 career firefighters, 8 fulltime and 6 part-time Emergency Medical Technicians.
Bridgeton firefighters and EMTs respond to all fire, rescue, medical and hazardous material emergencies within the City of Bridgeton. In addition, the Bridgeton Fire Department provides ambulance service in Hopewell, Stow Creek, Greenwich and Shiloh. The department also provides assistance to neighboring fire and EMS agencies whenever needed. In 2011, the department responded to 1,279 fire/rescue calls and 4,784 emergency medical incidents transporting 3,162 patients to area hospitals.
The department serves as the local enforcing agency of the New Jersey State Fire Prevention Code and performs 438 annual inspections within the city limits. In addition, the department also performs residential Certificate of Smoke Detector/Carbon Monoxide and Fire Extinguisher Compliance inspections. The department is responsible for investigating all fires in the City and also conducts fire prevention education throughout the Bridgeton community.
Free smoke detectors are available at the fire station for all city homeowners.
Call 451-0091 for information.
The Bridgeton Fire Department is selling T-Shirts to benefit The Breast Cancer Bridge at South Jersey Healthcare during the month of October. Shirts are $20 each, and are available at the firehouse Monday through Friday during business hours. For more information, call the firehouse at 451-0091.
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Disclaimer: The information provided on this web site is intended to provide news, informative content and general information for the public. It is not intended to take the place of or conflict with any City of Bridgeton or Bridgeton Fire Department policy, statements or actions. For official statements about emergency events, Fire Department policy or any other information for legal or official use, please contact Fire Chief David Schoch.
Serving Since 1877