WELCOME TO THE 

FORT LEE FIRE DEPARTMENT....
PROTECTING THOSE WHO LIVE & WORK IN FORT LEE SINCE 1888

We are a volunteer department that provides fire protection to over 30,000 people who live in a suburban setting comprised of high-rise buildings and private homes in a 2  square mile area of northern Bergen County, New Jersey. We are located across the Hudson River from New York City at the George Washington Bridge - "The Gateway To The Nation". The department, which operates out of four firehouses with nine pieces of apparatus, responds to an average of 1,800 fire incidents per year. 

This web site is interactive and was designed to provide various important information for those who live and work in Fort Lee. It was designed and maintained by members of the department at no cost to the residents. We hope that you find our web site interesting and invite you back to see what is happening in the fire service in Fort Lee! If you have any questions or comments for us about the department or its programs,
we invite you to let us know.

Thanks again for your continued support!

DEPT. HISTORY & COMPANY ROSTERS 

   MEMORIAL   

CHIEF OFFICERS   

HONORARY CHIEFS   

PAST CHIEF'S

      DEPT. APPARATUS   

DEPT. IN ACTION   

PHOTO ALBUM   

DEPT. AWARDS  

      HISTORY OF THE MALTESE CROSS      

  FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU

FIRE SAFETY EDUCATION   

FIRE SAFETY EDUCATION...JUST FOR KIDS!

     INVALID LOCATION PROGRAM

TOT FINDERS PROGRAM

DEPT. SOFTBALL TEAM

   LINKS

   

  JOIN THE FORT LEE FIRE DEPT.  

(click on the link above for further information)

*TO REPORT A FIRE IN FORT LEE - DIAL 911*

For All Other Information, You Can Contact Us At

Fort Lee Fire Department
309 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm
201-592-3500 EXT. 1011
 FAX: 201-585-1563

E-MAIL: FDfortlee@aol.com

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"Adopt A Hydrant"

DURING THE WINTER MONTHS WE NEED YOUR HELP 
TO KEEP FIRE HYDRANTS CLEAR OF SNOW & ICE!


IF THERE IS A FIRE HYDRANT NEAR YOUR PROPERTY IT WOULD HELP US
TO HELP YOU IN CASE OF A FIRE IF THE FIRE HYDRANT WAS NOT BURIED IN SNOW. WHEN YOU ARE CLEARING YOUR SIDEWALK OF SNOW, PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO CLEAR THE SNOW FROM AROUND THE FIRE HYDRANT...THE WIDTH OF A SNOW SHOVEL ON ALL SIDES IS ALL IT TAKES & WHEN YOU ARE CLEARING YOUR SIDEWALKS, PLEASE DO NOT BURY THE FIRE HYDRANT....EVERY MINUTE COUNTS AND IF WE CAN NOT FIND THE FIRE HYDRANT OR CONNECT TO IT RIGHT AWAY, IT COULD MEAN DISASTER FOR YOU, YOUR NEIGHBOR AND YOUR FIREFIGHTERS

Love alone didn't save her... practicing firesafety did.

Prevent Fire. Save Lives. A Fire Safety Campaign for People 50-Plus.

Learn how you can prevent winter fires in the home.

Invisible, Odorless, Colorless and Dangerous

CLICK ON THESE THREE BOXES TO LEARN ABOUT FIRE SAFETY IN YOUR HOME!

smoke alarms escape plans home hazards

TO REPORT A BROKEN, OPEN OR BLOCKED
FIRE HYDRANT WITHIN FORT LEE REPORT IT TO THE
FORT LEE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER AT
201-461-8000 24 HOURS A DAY

YOU CAN LISTEN TO US ON YOUR SCANNER AT THE FREQUENCY LISTED BELOW

   

 RADIO CALL SIGN: KCP-610

  

THIS SITE was last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2013

                        

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