Welcome To The Budd Lake Fire Department!

Welcome to The Budd Lake Fire Department
Our Mission

It is the intent and goal of the Budd Lake Fire Department (Fire Division) to provide the safest Fire Protection, Emergency Medical Assistance and Education to both it's members and the general public. The manner in which we will provide these services shall be systematically approached and in accordance with the safest practices and procedures of the Budd Lake Fire Department (Fire Division). Above all, it is the intent of the Budd Lake Fire Department (Fire Division) to provide the safest and quickest out come of any Emergency or Non - Emergency Incident that is confronted by the Budd Lake Fire Department (Fire Division).

2015 Calendars Are Here

Posted on August 13, 2014

Budd Lake Fire Department

2015 Calendars $10.00  

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Budd Lake Fire Department Calendars

378 Rt. 46 Budd Lake NJ 07828

"Or look for us around town"

Members Wanted

Posted on August 10, 2012

Members Wanted

The Budd Lake Fire Department is looking for strongly motivated people to volunteer in their community and make a difference to the citizens of Mount Olive.

All you need is a will to train, take pride in helping people, and a willingness to work with others with the same goal of making a difference in your town.

Please go to the forms section of the web page and fill out the information sheet and stop by any Tuesday Night between
6:30 and 9:00 pm.

"Also see our become a member page for more info"

Classic Car Burns In Budd Lake

Posted on January 21, 2015

Monday January 19th just before lunch firefighter from Budd Lake and Flanders were dispatched to Camp Pulaski Rd. for a car on fire Chief 52 arrived and reported a working car fire a bought 10 feet from the house. Engine 59 quickly stretched there bumper line and started to knock down the fire and keeping it from spreading to the house. Squad 56 assisted with cleanup and some hazmat work as the fuel line melted and some fuel got into stream near the house. The home owner was transported to a local hospital as a precaution with some chest discomfort. Sadly the newly restored Chevrolet El Camino was destroyed the fire is under investigation by the Mt. Olive Police and Fire Marshal. 


Mt. Olive Fire 2nd Alarm Fire Oakwood Village

Posted on January 12, 2015

Flanders and Budd Lake firefighters battled single-digit temperatures and a hard-to-find fire that damaged two apartments on January 6th around 11:30 pm at Oakwood Village in Flanders.
Residents of a second-floor apartment reported a fire shortly before midnight Tuesday. Arriving firefighters found fire in the ceiling of the apartment and spreading through the walls of the apartment above it and into the attic space. Although difficult to find and extinguish, firefighters were able to stop the fire from extending beyond the two homes into adjacent apartments. Firefighters remained on the scene until about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. There were no injuries and the Red Cross was helping the two families find accommodations. No cause or estimate of the damage was available. Firefighters and emergency medical technicians from the Flanders Fire Company #1 and Rescue Squad were assisted by firefighters from Budd Lake, Chester, Hackettstown, Netcong, Roxbury and Stanhope. Mount Olive police officers and the Red Cross also were on the scene.


Budd Lake Assists Hackettstown Fire

Posted on January 12, 2015

Wednesday night January 7th Warren County Communications started to get phone calls reporting smoke from a house at 401 Jefferson street first arriving units found smoke coming from the basement and advised the first engine to stretch a line to the basement and started a second alarm box assignment brining rapid intervention crews and additional engine and truck crews in. The crews were quickly removed as conditions rapidly started to deteriorate with some of the first floor collapsing and heavy wind driven smoke making visibility at times tough and  temperatures in the single digits making the firefight even tougher. Crews tried one more time to make a push into the basement but were quickly forced out and command ordered a defensive attack as a third alarm was struck and several master streams and ladder pipes were put into operation. With temperatures the coldest of the year after several hours of operating two ladders froze up and had to be taken out of service and special call for additional units was put out by the incident commander finally in the early morning hours companies were starting to be released but Hackettstown fire remained on scene till the next day. There was one firefighter sent to the hospital for minor injuries. The following resources were on scene Tri-County, Independence Township, Washington Boro, Allamuchy Twp, Mansfield Twp, Mountain lake, Franklin Twp, Budd Lake, Schooleys Mountain, Netcong, Roxbury Twp, Teaneck (Bergen) de-icing unit. Also Hackettstown, Mansfield, and Independence EMS units for ambulances, rehab, and additional cascade. NJ EMS task force Mass Casualty Unit for warming, and Warren County field com and fire marshal, and fire coordinators form Warren and Morris Counties, and NJ Div. fire safety regional coordinator. There were also several companies that provided station coverage. 

Budd Lake Assist Netcong Fire

Posted on January 4, 2015

Saturday night around 5 pm firefighters responded to Netcong 17 Maple Ave for a Rapid Intervention Assignment Ladder 58 responded with a crew of 6. When the ladder arrived on scene Asst. Chief Maloney advised the ladder to back into the driveway and ladder the roof and check the HVAC units. Two members went to the roof and found all units to be ok as the rest of the crew remained as R.I.C. the fire was located in a boiler and quickly contained no injuries were reported. The crew took up with in an hour. 


Budd Lake Fire & Rescue Respond To Rt. 46 Crash

Posted on January 1, 2015

December 20th Responders responded to Rt. 46 and Harris Ln. for a two car crash Squad 56 and two Ambulances attended to two people and cleaned up the highway the injuries were minor and the highway was reopened within a half hour.  

Mt. Olive Fire Knocks Car Fire

Posted on December 29, 2014

Monday December 29th just before 2 pm Mt. Olive Dispatchers received several calls for a car on fire in the driveway of 4 River Road smoke could be scene from a distance as units arrived and confirmed a working car fire near the residence. Flanders Engine 95 arrived and stretched an inch and three quarter hand line and started knocking down the fire as Budd Lake Engine 59 came in and feed 95 engine with a supply line and there crew was sent to pull siding that had melted and also check the garage for extension. The fire was placed under control within fifteen minutes there was some melting of the siding on the house but no damage to the garage and no injuries were reported. The fire is under investigation by the Mt. Olive Police and Fire Marshal.



Santa Rides In To Town

Posted on December 21, 2014

Budd Lake Fire Brings Santa to Town 


Budd Lake Handles Car Fire In Mt. Olive Library

Posted on December 19, 2014

Thursday around diner time Budd Lake and Flanders Fire Departments were dispatched to the parking lot of the Mount Olive Township library for a car on fire, Car 52 arrived and reported a fire in the engine compartment. Engine 59 stretched there 100 foot bumper line and started knocking down the fire as Engine 95 arrived soon after and assisted overhaul. The fire was put out within fifteen minutes and no injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation by the Mt. Olive Police and Fire Marshal.


Santa Claus Visits Budd Lake Fires Kids Christmas Party

Posted on December 19, 2014

Santa Claus visits during Budd Lake Fires annual kids Christmas Party. Thank You Santa

Firefighters Trained On ROV-UTV Safety

Posted on December 19, 2014

Firefighters trained on ROV-UTV safety with the Budd Lake First Squad and there new ROV. A few members took a 3 hour training safety class on how to operate the vehicle up and down hills and over rough terrain as well as proper stopping and starting. The new off road vehicle will be mostly used for events at Turkey Brook Park as well as searches and large incidents.