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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).

Fire Prevention Open House

Posted on September 11, 2017

Members Wanted

Posted on June 28, 2017

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Budd Lake Fire Department Breakfast 2017

Posted on June 27, 2017

Budd Lake Fire Department All You Can Eat Breakfast

October 292017

8:00 am till 12:00 pm
Budd Lake Fire House
378 Rt. 46 Budd Lake NJ 07828 

Budd Lake & Flanders Drill In Vacant House

Posted on September 4, 2017

Recently Firefighters from Budd Lake, Flanders & Schooley’s Mt. fire drilled at an abandoned house on the property of the Transfer Station crews drilled on Ladder operations, search and rescue, hose line placement and rescue of down firefighters. The drill lasted 2 hours and it was great practice and all came away with some new skills.    

Structure Fire On Clinton Ave.

Posted on September 4, 2017

Saturday evening 8/26 Mount Olive Fire companies were dispatched to a reported structure fire on Clinton Ave. in the Budd Lake section of town. Arriving units found an outside fire that was extending up the side of the residence. Engine 53 arrived on scene and made quick work of the fire with extension to the interior of the first and second floor. Engine 95 arrived and supplied water and assisted with man power. As always thank you our mutual aid for their help!

Budd Lake Fire Participates In Touch A Truck

Posted on September 4, 2017

Mount Olive Township Recreation Department hosted a touch a truck event at turkey brook park that brought over a thousand people and a lot of excited kids. The fire department had Ladder 58 and the military high-water truck on display the line of kids and adults just to climb on and in the giant cab was amazing the ladder truck was also pretty busy. Flanders Fire also keep busy with photos of kids in the bucket of the tower ladder as well as learning abought fire safety in the fire safety house. A great time was had by all and we look forward to next year.     

Budd Lake Fire Drills For Real

Posted on August 14, 2017

Saturday morning August 12th firefighters were up early and out at the Warren County Fire Academy for some live car fire training. After acquiring two cars and a couple bales of hay the instructors lit the fires and crews took turns burning one car then the other and the last evolution both cars were lit and two crews went on the attack. The firefighters sharpened their skills on hose line advancement, cutting hoods and chocking wheels. Crews got in some great training and then it was off for lunch. Great job as always by the instructors of the academy.    

Car Fire On Spring Street

Posted on July 21, 2017

Firefighter recently were called to the corner of spring street and Sandshore Rd. for a report of a fire on the side of a house then the dispatcher reported a possible car accident with fire. Car 50 arrived along with police and found just a car on the grass fully involved in fire. Engine 59 and Rescue 97 arrived and stretched and inch and three quarter line and had the fire out within fifteen minutes. The fire in under investigation by the police and fire marshal’s office there were no injuries at the scene. 

2 Crashes On Interstate 80

Posted on July 15, 2017

During a heavy rain storm Mount Olive Firefighters were dispatched to Route 80 east at mile marker 22.4 for a report of 2 motor vehicle crashes. Car 90, 50 and 51 arrived and found 2 cars crashed at one location and a tractor trailer and a car a quarter mile down the highway. Rescue 97 took the first crash and had to extricate 2 people from the first crash while Squad 56 and Car 51 took the second crash. Ambulances from Atlantic Health System, Flanders Fire and Allamunchy Green treated 10 people from both crashes and transported 9 people to area hospital’s. The State Police reopened the highway within an hour.     

Firefighters Train On Large Hose

Posted on July 4, 2017

Budd Lake firefighters kept up training this week by going to the international trade zone and practicing on large diameter hose and big water appliances. Crews took turns learning abought master streams and ladder pipe operations while flowing a large amount of water and the different ways of delivering that water. Firefighters train twice a month to keep their skills sharp.       

Brush Fire On The Interstate

Posted on July 4, 2017

Firefighters were recently dispatched to Rt. 80 west for a brush fire Cars 50 and 52 arrived and found 2 separate fire each 10 foot by 15 feet. Engine 59 arrived and stretched a 1 inch line and quickly extinguished the fire. There was a report of a third fire 3 miles up the road Car 50 investigated that fire and it was almost out Allamuchy Fire took this fire and all units returned within a half hour.    

3 Car Crash Closes Rt. 46

Posted on July 4, 2017

Firefighters were call again to route 46 this time at cove street for a 3-car crash with rollover. Car 50 and 51 arrived and had 2 cars and a minivan that crashed within a quarter mile span, Squad 56 came in and started to help with the victims and cleanup. Budd Lake, Flanders and Atlantic EMS checked and transported 4 people to an area hospital Flanders Rescue 97 was diverted to answer a fire alarm call and the returned to the scene and assisted with cleanup.        

Brush Fire On Railroad Tracks

Posted on July 3, 2017

Almost at the end of the commuting day train service was halted in the trade zone train station due to a brush fire. The fire was a couple hundred yards from the station Squad 56 and Brush 98 from Flanders quickly put out the 25 x 50-yard fire that was properly started by a freight train that had passed by earlier. The tracks were reopened within a half hour.