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).

Coming In 2019 New Rescue 55

Posted on June 25, 2018

The Budd Lake Fire Department has signed a contract with Ferrara Fire Apparatus for a new Rescue Truck Rescue 55 this truck will replace Squad 56 and Tac. 55 sold through Firefighter One of Sparta. 

Members Wanted

Posted on June 28, 2017

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Community Assistance By The Fire Department

Posted on June 21, 2018

The Fire Company assisted with some recent community events. The first was filling the new Mount Olive Community Pool using tankers and large diameter hose. The second was working with Flanders and Roxbury tender for several hours filling the pits for the raiders of the lost park mud run. @ Turkey Brook Park. Also while up at the park Budd Lake FD members met courage from the Anti bully squad. #blfd #ABS #stepinandspeakout @ Turkey Brook Park

Somerset County Training Live Burns

Posted on June 18, 2018

Recently the fire department attended the academy and used there Phase 5 Live Burn training prop. Firefighters ran 3 scenarios a fire in the basement, a fire on the second floor and a kitchen fire it was hot but the training was priceless. The next weekend the firefighters were back at this time training with the Allamuchy Fire Department in the same phase 5 live burn building this time crews worked together on Rapid Intervention Crew training a special training dedicated to saving down firefighters. This training again was priceless and improved our mutual aid confidence.

More Training Car Fires This Time

Posted on June 16, 2018

Saturday morning June 16th 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.   

Early AM Budd Lake Car Fire Rt. 80

Posted on June 12, 2018

Around 4:30 am Tuesday June 12 the 911 center received calls of a car on fire on Interstate Route 80 west at mile marker 23.9. NJ State Police arrived and had a car with fire coming from the engine compartment car 51 and 50 arrived on scene and reported a working car fire. Engine 59 took the shoulder and right lane of travel, stretched their front bumper line, and knocked out the fire that was now 75% involved with in 15 minutes. There were no injuries and all units were back in service within forty-five minutes.


Mutual Aid Into Allamuchy

Posted on June 2, 2018

6/1/18 Mutual aid into Allamuchy for a working house fire. BLFD responded with Ladder 58 as a RIT along with Tender 57 for water supply. Ladder 58 stood by as RIT and then put to work for manpower. Tender 57 made multiple water deliveries to the dump site. #BLFD #91Fire @ Allamuchy, New Jersey

Some Recent Accident’s Responders Handled

Posted on May 31, 2018

Within the last 2-months Mount Olive First Responders responded to several crashes in town. The Fire Companies used jaws on some and others were just simple cleanup’s there were no life threating injuries at these crashes.  


Flanders Road Car Fire

Posted on May 31, 2018

Budd Lake and Flanders Fire departments were dispatched to a car fire on Flanders road late afternoon on Tuesday. Engine 59 was first due and stretched there front bumper line and started to knock down the fire as Rescue 97 arrived and assisted. The fire was put out within 20 minutes and all units returned within a half hour. No injuries were reported.

Firefighters Tackle Brush On Rt. 206

Posted on May 7, 2018

Recently as crews were working, a Haz Mat incident across town around 10:30 am a call came in for a large brush fire behind a house on Rt. 206 with most resources operating at the Haz Mat Car 51 responded from the call to the brush fire and requested Chester Fire for 1 engine. Flanders Car 90 arrived and reported a 100 x 100 brush fire going good a small crew from Flanders and Budd Lake responded with Brush 98 who working with NJ forest Fire stretched lines on the fire and Engine 59 laid 400 feet of 5 inch line from the bottom of the driveway and supplied water for the fire. The Forest Fire Service called for a helicopter drop on the back end of the fire. The fire was brought under control within an hour and a half with no injuries the fire covered an acre and a half. Atlantic and Budd Lake EMS assisted the Morris County Rehab bus on scene. Netcong and Hackettstown Fire stood by at both firehouses.       


Firefighters Extinguish Open Burn

Posted on May 7, 2018

The fire department was dispatched to the area of Kings Court off Smithtown Rd. for smoke in the area, Car 50 arrived and found an open burn in a back yard that had to be extinguished do to red flag warnings and not an approved fire pit. Engine 53 and 59 used a 1-inch hose line to put out the fire and returned to service within a half hour.

Haz Mat Spill On Crease Rd.

Posted on May 6, 2018

A tractor Trailer carrying chemicals to a fragrance plant in the International Trade Center get lost and lost some of its cargo on crease in the Budd Lake Section of town. Car 50 and 51 arrived and had 3 large totes of 190 proof alcohol fall out of the back of the truck. Squad 56 and Rescue 97 secured the trailer and slowed down the leak till Picatinny Arsenal Fire Department could arrive and assist. Crews offloaded the leaking tote into a secure drum and secured the scene as a cleanup company was called in and removed the totes from the roadway. The Morris County Haz Mat team was also on scene to assist finally after 13 hours of operating the truck and load were removed and crews returned to service.