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
Total 1305 4127

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

2015 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 128 321
Feb 111 332
Mar 87 330
Apr 99 326
May 85 311
Jun 104 330
Jul 121 311
Aug 96 310
Sep 91 338
Oct 126 348
Nov 125 325
Dec 104 327
Total 1277 3909



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  • December 3, 2019: Holiday Fire Safety Tips
  • November 30, 2019: Willingboro Fire and EMS Department Is An Official Toys For Tots Drop Off Location
  • November 15, 2019: Holiday Cooking Outdoors: Special Equipment Can Cause Big Fires
  • November 6, 2019: Cold Weather Is Upon Us - Safety Tips For Heating Your Home
  • November 6, 2019: Willingboro Fire Department To Offer Holiday Safety Tips

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Christmas trees should be kept watered and disposed of shortly after Christmas
Christmas trees should be kept watered and disposed of shortly after Christmas

Holiday Fire Safety Tips

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., December 03

Once again the holiday season is upon us and everyone will be celebrating with their families and friends. Whether its Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanzaa everyone should ensure that their homes are safe for the holidays. At this time of the year fires can be started by candles, holiday lights, discarded smoking materials, and the cooking of meals. There are also over 150 Christmas Tree fires in the United ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Willingboro Fire and EMS Department Is An Official Toys For Tots Drop Off Location

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., November 30

The Willingboro Fire and EMS Department is once again an official drop-off point for the United States Marines "Toys For Tots" program. You can drop off any unopened and unwrapped toy at the temporary headquarters located at 40 Middlebury Lane. Toys can be dropped off between the hours of 8am - 9pm.

In 1995, the Secretary of Defense approved Toys for Tots as an official activity of the U. S. Marine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Unwrapped toys can be dropped off until December 10th.
Unwrapped toys can be dropped off until December 10th.

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Outdoor cooking equipment next to your home could spell disaster
Outdoor cooking equipment next to your home could spell disaster

Holiday Cooking Outdoors: Special Equipment Can Cause Big Fires

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., November 15

In the last several years people have taken to cooking meals outdoors using specialized equipment. The increased use of this special equipment has led to more outdoor fires. These fires can have the potential to not only damage the equipment, but to damage your deck, shed, or even your home. These tips from the United States Fire Administration and Underwriters Laboratories can help to prevent ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Cold Weather Is Upon Us - Safety Tips For Heating Your Home

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., November 06

The cold weather has arrived so it's time to fire up our home heating equipment. Before you do so, we have included some facts and figures, along with heating equipment safety from the National Fire Protection Association. Please make your home heating equipment safe for this upcoming cold weather season.

Heating equipment is a leading cause of fires in U.S. homes. Local fire departments responded ... (Full Story & Photos)

Home Heating Safety
Home Heating Safety

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Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., November 06

The holiday season is upon us which means we will be sharing time with our family and friends over the next few weeks to celebrate Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year's Eve. During this time of the year fire departments throughout the country tend to see an increase in fires and emergencies. Fires involving cooking materials, holiday lights, candles, and Christmas Trees can ... (Full Story & Photos)

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