The mission of the Glassboro Fire Department is to actively promote, deliver, and preserve, with pride and dedication, a feeling of security, safety and a quality level of service to the citizens of our community.
To accomplish this, the department provides a full range of emergency service responses to such incidents as fires, hazardous materials, vehicle extrication, and other emergencies as they arise. Additionally, the department provides a number of proactive programs in fire prevention, public education, and disaster preparedness.
This morning, at approximately 0800, District 10 (Washington Twp) was dispatched for an alarm system in a commercial building on the 100 block of Sewell Rd. The alarm was upgraded to the all hands when the first arriving officer had […]
The meeting room at Station 26-1 serves as the location for business meetings for the volunteer company and the training center for the Fire Department, as well as other departments within the Borough. It hasn’t been updated in many, many […]
This morning, Squad 2618 was dispatched to an overturned tractor trailer on Ellis in the area of Rt 55. Upon arrival, 2618 found a chipper truck on its side with no entrapment. Crews remained on location about 30 minutes to […]
This past week brought lots of work for the Glassboro Fire Department. From Sunday the 27th to Saturday the 2nd Glassboro units handled more than 40 calls including 2 house fires, 1 commercial building fire, and multiple car fires. On […]
Glassboro firefighters battled multiple fires and cold weather today. The day started off with multiple cars on fire for the Squad Company in the Whitney Crescent parking lot and ended with a commercial building fire for the Tower in Clayton.
This past Saturday, Glassboro firefighters were honored to have their antique Seagrave win the Sammley Cup for best decorated apparatus at the Woolwich Christmas parade. This 1945 Seagrave Pumper was in service from 1945-1967. It is now maintained by Glassboro […]