Ice & Boat Training

Tuesday night the crews trained on some ice rescue procedures and also took the new Marine 1 out onto the lake. The department trains for all types of incidents even though the lake is not frozen we still need to be ready for when it does. Rember no ice is safe ice if you get … Read more

Stove Fire in Oakwood Village

Recently the Flanders and Budd Lake fire companies responded to Oakwood Village Bdl. 97 for a report of an oven on fire. Upon arrival of Car 91 and FM-3 there was a small fire in the oven Tower 96 and Eng 95 along with BL Eng. 59 quickly put the fire out and secured the … Read more

Vent Training

Just before Christmas Budd Lake and Flanders firefighters had a chance to train on venting windows and cutting holes in metal roofs. The old budd lake school on rt. 46 was being torn down so we took the opportunity to use Tower 96 and Ladder 58 and trained on the skills of opening large windows … Read more

Santa Had a Great Visit

Saturday December 17th the Budd Lake Fire Department had the honor of escorting Santa around town. The department want to thank all for the greeting we got from breakfast to hot chocolate at the Village Green. We are already planning next year’s visit. Happy Holladay’s to all. Here are some of the fun.

Rollover on the Interstate

Recently the fire department was sent to Rt. 80 West for a crash with an overturned car. Rescue 55 Cars 50, 51 & 52 were on the assignment crews did a general cleanup the person was not injured. Crews returned to service within a half hour.

Trailer Donation from Fratelli Beretta USA

The Budd Lake Fire Department recently received a donation from Fratelli Beretta USA of a 7×14 enclosed trailer to the department replacing an older trailer. The new trailer will be used for housing our Hazmat, dewatering pumps and generators and other related equipment. Tuesday night November 22nd the Fire Chief Joe Compano, Assistant Chief Mike … Read more

Santa is Coming

See the new format this year with the town being so big our area of coverage is 27 square miles so we have set up different places and time for the public to gather.

R.I.C. into Mt. Arlington

Last week the department was called to Arlington Ave. in Mount Arlington for a house fire. Ladder 58 responded as the rapid intervention Crew along with Car 50 and 51 one on scene the took the front of the building an stood as needed. The crews were released about 1 hour later.

Helping To honor a Brother

This past weekend the members did a flag detail for the Byram Fire Department who held a memorial service for a member of service Lieutenant Will Garcia who lost his battle with cancer. My he rest in peace we got it from here. Always ready to help the brotherhood. Byram Twp Fire Department | Facebook