Lowes Fire Safety Day

Posted on October 2, 2019

Come see the Fire Department 

Saturday October 12th

From 9 am till 2 pm

Budd Lake Assists Washing Twp. Fire

Posted on October 6, 2019

Engine 59 set up a fill site , Tender 57 provided a water supply and Engine 53 stood by at a fire house.

Around 3:30 am early Saturday morning a call came in to the Morris County Communications center for a fire alarm at Lenore Ct. in the Schooley’s Mountain section of the township police arrived an reported a fully involved house fire and all 3 fire companies were dispatched, Fairmont and Long Valley fire along with Schooley’s Mt. Fairmount Fire Chief arrived and requested a 2nd alarm be struck as well as a Tender task force as there are no hydrants in that section of town. All residents were safely removed from the house as units arrived the home was fully involved in fire so a defensive attach was called for with hand lines and a ladder pipe. Two water fill sites were established and a dump site was set up a short distance away from the fire. Crew worked well into the morning to get the fire under control. Most of the mutual aid was released by 6:30 am and the rest by 10:00 am. Mutual Aid from Chester Fire, Hackettstown Fire, Budd Lake, Fire, Tri-County Fire, Pottersville Fire, Ralston Fire, Mansfield Fire, Independence Fire, Oldwick Fire, Califon Fire & Allamuchy Fire.      


Lowes Safety Day

Posted on October 14, 2019

Mount Olive Fire Department took part in the Lowes Safety Day this past Saturday at the Lowes Store in the ITC Mall. The event was filled with fire trucks from Budd Lake and Flanders Fire and First Aid as well as games and some great giveaways for the kids. Lowes had a build your own fire truck table and there were lots of fire safety stuff as well as coloring books and safety flyers for the parents. The event was from 9 am till 2 pm fun was had by all and we look forward to next year.   

The Fire Department Responded To Several Crashes

Posted on October 14, 2019

Over the past month the fire and rescue departments handled several crashes around the Budd Lake District the injuries were mostly minor in nature but sadly there was one fatality. Rescue 55 responded to all and assisted with traffic and cleanup. Please drive safety.