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MEMBERS NEEDED!
Please Join Today!

If you are a Washington Township, Warren County, NJ resident who is 14 years or older and interested in becoming a firefighter we would love to hear from you.

For more information, stop by Monday – Friday between 8am-4pm or come visit us on any Monday night (7:00PM) at our Brass Castle Fire House for a taste of what being a firefighter is all about.
Contact us through this website, email, chief@76fire.com

Station Locations:

PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR PO BOX IS CLOSING

PLEASE USE OUR WASHBURN AVE ADDRESS FOR ALL CORRESPONDENCE

 

Washburn Sation – 196 Washburn Ave Washington, NJ 07882 / 908-689-0574                                                                                                                  

Brass Castle Station – 16 Pleasant Valley Rd Washington, NJ 07882 / 908-689-0575

2023 CALLSJan.Feb.Mar.Apr.MayJun.Jul.Aug.Sep.Oct.Nov.Dec.Total
Fire141522191314291716131222206
EMS / MVA5447521358184129141
Monthly Total191926261816422224315351347
2024 CALLS
Fire2015131664
MVA823316
EMS25179657
Monthly Total5334252500000000137
We have been serving the citizens of Washington Township, Warren County since 1954.

Welcome to the Washington Township Fire Department

The entire department is staffed by volunteers who dedicate their time to the department and to the community. Our Fire Department operates with 2 Fire Engines, 1 Brush Truck, 1 Incident Command Vehicle, 1 Air & Light Support Rescue Truck, and 1 Water Tender. There are two firehouses, one on Pleasant Valley Road, and the other on Washburn Avenue. We currently respond to over 300 Calls per year.
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Department News

Members Needed

Hello and thank you for visiting our web page. If you are a Washington Township, Warren County, NJ resident who is 14 years or older and interested in becoming a...
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New Tender

In January 2020 the Washington Township Fire District purchased a new Pierce 3000-gallon tanker to replace the 1995 2000-gallon tanker. The 1995 tanker served the residence of Washington Township for...
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CO Alarms & Smoke Detectors

If you have a CO Alarm, Fire Alarm and/or Smoke Alarm activate in your residence or business, please immediately Dail 911 and report it. There is usually a reason the alarms activate. Ignoring them, could cause injury or even death to you or a loved one. Do not be afraid to Dial 911 for these alarms. We will come out and check your alarms/detectors and advise you what should be done. This is a public announcement, please share with your friends and family who may not be on our friends list to receive this message. Thank you all for your continued support and stay safe.