2020 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 111 343*
Feb 85 343*
Mar 89 295*
Apr 114 298*
May 78 283*
Jun 182 299*
Jul 117 282*
Aug 189 282*
Sep 96 266*
Oct 131 226*
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 1192 2917

2019 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 124 359
Feb 101 383
Mar 90 384
Apr 102 391
May 118 382
Jun 111 397
Jul 219 412
Aug 124 384
Sep 99 381
Oct 110 317*
Nov 107 337*
Dec 94 291*
Total 1399 4418

2018 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 156 325
Feb 99 325
Mar 213 356
Apr 91 340
May 101 314
Jun 117 357
Jul 107 382
Aug 106 384
Sep 111 360
Oct 109 366
Nov 116 359
Dec 118 396
Total 1444 4264

2017 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 106 331
Feb 89 295
Mar 146 379
Apr 88 331
May 98 353
Jun 118 361
Jul 76 320
Aug 112 340
Sep 72 319
Oct 109 266
Nov 95 329
Dec 107 319
Total 1216 3943

2016 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 114 331
Feb 107 343
Mar 134 359
Apr 96 330
May 95 334
Jun 109 358
Jul 100 342
Aug 124 318
Sep 102 335
Oct 110 318
Nov 114 348
Dec 110 386
Total 1315 4102



Website Visitors Today
472
Visitors Since
January 1, 2008
1,518,321

  • November 18, 2020: Willingboro First Responders Assist At Acme
  • November 6, 2020: National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week
  • November 3, 2020: 2020 Virtual Valor Awards - Saluting New Jersey Firefighters
  • October 31, 2020: Devine Nine Walk Against Breast Cancer Ques for the Cure
  • October 31, 2020: Fall Back and Test Your Detectors

Welcome to the Official Website for the
WILLINGBORO FIRE & EMS DEPARTMENT

Divider
No Caption Willingboro First Responders Assist At Acme

Firefighter Michael Centrone, November 18

Willingboro Firefighters and Police Officers took time today to give back to residents and customers of Acme at 23 Levitt Parkway in Willingboro. Firefighters and Police Officers bagged groceries, unloaded carts, and disinfected carts for the customers. Thank you to Acme of Willingboro and John Jay, Manager of Acme for letting us come and give back to the community today. It was a huge success. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week

Firefighter Michael Centrone, November 06

November 9th to 15th is national Traffic Incident Response Awareness week. Willingboro Fire and Ems would like to raise awareness to the hundreds of Emergency Responders that are injured or even killed while responding to incidents. Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have passed Move over Laws, which require motorists to move over and change lanes to provide a safe distance for law enforcement officers ... (Full Story & Photos)

No Caption
Divider
Left to right- FF Barger, FF LeHuquet, FF Clark, FF Rydarowski, Lt. Ferrell, Capt. Ramsey, and Chief Burnett
Left to right- FF Barger, FF LeHuquet, FF Clark, FF Rydarowski, Lt. Ferrell, Capt. Ramsey, and Chief Burnett

2020 Virtual Valor Awards - Saluting New Jersey Firefighters

Firefighter Michael Centrone, November 03

On Thursday, October 29, 2020 members of the A-Platoon were honored by The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center for the rescue of a victim from a house fire. Lieutenant Matthew Ferrell, FF James Rydarowski, FF Christopher Clark, FF Kevin Barger, and FF Robert LeHuquet received Special Recognition Award and a metal which was given out by Chief Anthony Burnett. Chief Burnett recognized the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider
Devine Nine Walk Against Breast Cancer Ques for the Cure

Firefighter Michael Centrone, October 31

This morning Police, Fire, and EMS joined the Brothers of Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity for their first annual Devine Walk. Their goal is to raise money and support the American Cancer Society’s efforts in saving lives. The Police department created a First Responders team which included Police, Fire, and EMS members. The team walked a 5k at Millcreek Park. We thank the Brothers of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brother of Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi with Police, Fire, and EMS.
Brother of Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi with Police, Fire, and EMS.

Divider
No Caption Fall Back and Test Your Detectors

Firefighter Michael Centrone, October 31

As a reminder tonight we roll our clocks back an hour. With that said we ask you to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. If you now have an updated 10 year battery please test your detector. If you do not have to change your battery then test the detector. If you are in need of a smoke detector please contact the fire department at (609) 871-7476 and request one to be installed. Carbon ... (Full Story & Photos)

Divider

 FOR MORE STORIES, Click Here.

Township of Willingboro

FIRE Department Ordinance

(Click e-CODE button below)

EMS Department Ordinance

(Click e-CODE button below)

Your feedback is important to us!  Feel free to sign the guestbook.


Website Designed and Hosted By Content Proudly Maintained By Contact Info
Firehouse Solutions
www.FirehouseSolutions.com

Willingboro Fire Department
398 Charleston Road
Willingboro, NJ 08046

Emergency Dial 911
Station: (609) 871-7476
Station Fax: (609) 871-4463
E-mail: info@willingborofire.org
Copyright © 2020 Firehouse Solutions (A Service of Technology Reflections, Inc.)