1000 Block Of Evergreen Ct.

Posted on August 3, 2017

Today at approximately 1:20pm the department was dispatched to the 1000 block of Evergreen court for an activated fire alarm. Upon arrival of the first fire chief, it was noticed that a large tree was struck by lightning in the rear of the home. Soon after that, the first engine pulled up along with the second chief and crews began their investigation into the home. As soon as the crews made the second floor they were met with a smoke condition. After further investigation the crews discovered fire running along the front soffit from an apparent lightning strike. Fire department operated on scene for about 2 1/2 hours with the assistance of the Oradell, River Edge, Dumont and Bergenfield fire departments and the New Milford Ambulance Corp.

FIRE PREVENTION DAY SUNDAY OCTOBER 16

Posted on October 13, 2016

Fire Awareness Day will be held Sunday October 16th from 1pm-4pm in the parking lot of LaBarbara (Babe Ruth) Field behind Borough Hall. There will be fire prevention activities for kids and adults alike. Come on down and learn about your volunteer fire department and fire safety.

2016 National Night Out

Posted on August 2, 2016

This past Tuesday members of NMFD participated in the 2016 Annual National Night Out.

Monthly Run Report: January 2016

Posted on February 5, 2016

Mutual aid: 5

Carbon monoxide detector activation: 2
Alarm malfunction: 2
Accidental alarm: 4
Smoke condition: 1
Structure fires: 5
Water emergency: 1
Odor of natural gas: 12
Medical assist: 3
Assistance: 1
Vehicle fire: 3

Total calls: 39


Power Lines Down With Car Fire

Posted on January 10, 2016

On January 9th at approximately 0800 hours, units were requested to Hoffman Avenue for a report of wires down with a car on fire.  Chiefs arrived on scene to find 2 primary wires down with a fully involved car fire.  Engine 33, 34, and Tower 31 responded as well as PSE&G.  Once power was secured to the wires units extinguished the fire.  As units were picking up from the car fire Engine 34 was requested to respond mutual aid to Oradell for the working structure fire.  All units cleared the scene by 1000.