A welcome message from the Chief of Department

Welcome to the Collingswood Fire Department's official website. This website was established to better serve our residents, visitors and merchants. The information displayed on this site was created to give you better access and transparency into our department and services. It is also an avenue to get useful information to protect you and your family. Please explore the website and don't hesitate to contact us with your questions or concerns. Also, we encourage you to sign our guest book. Thank you for visiting collingswoodfire.com.


Keith A. Davis Jr.


Chief of Department





   


 

Training

Friday, April 18, 2014  Today Collingswood Squad 16 participated in technical rescue building shoring training with the Cherry Hill and Camden Rescue Companies at the Collingswood training tower. Crews trained on several techniques to shore buildings that are in danger of collapse.


   


 

Squad 16 responds to multiple brush fires

Monday, April 14, 2014   Squad 16 responded to over 10 brush and mulch  fires in 2 days at the Heights of Collingswood.  Crews extinguished the blazes with extinguishers and hand lines.  

     



 

Animal Assist at Newton Lake

Wednesday, April 9, 2014   Squad, BLS and Marine Unit were dispatched to Newton Lake for an animal rescue.  Crews arrived to find a dog in the lake refusing to return to its owner.  Marine unit was launched and arrived in the area just as the dog came to land.  

     



 

Collingswood Firefighter's For A Cure St. Baldrick's Event Results

Monday, April 7, 2014  The preliminary totals for our St. Baldrick's Event are in. We hosted over 1,400 people at the event and raised a record breaking $132,000+. The event was a huge success and we would like to thank everyone who helped, volunteered, donated and attended. This is a great cause and someday we will find a cure. We look forward to hosting everyone again for our milestone 10th year as a host in 2015!!!


     



 

Free Smoke Detector Program

Monday, March 31, 2014  The Collingswood Fire Department will be starting back up after the winter break on the free smoke detector and home safety inspections by block. This is a program that we instituted several years ago to offer free smoke detectors to our residents and offer to do a free home safety inspection. Crews will be going door to door on Richey Avenue and Stiles Avenue in the month of April. They will be in uniform, driving fire department marked vehicles and have official fire department ID's on their person. The detectors will be installed in your property at no charge.


For information or questions, contact Lt. Ed Glaze at eglaze2@collingswood.com





   


 

Collingswood Firefighter's For A Cure St. Baldrick's Event

Sunday, March 30, 2014 12:00 to 5 The Collingswood Firefighter's For A Cure St. Baldrick's Event will be Sunday, March 30, 2014 at the Collingswood Ballroom, 315 White Horse Pike, Collingswood from 12:00p to 5:00p. We are hoping to break last years record of over $100,000 raised for this great charity to help fight childhood cancer. There will be food, live band, silent auction, and beverages and a FREE HAIRCUT (just raise some big money for the cause). Below is the link where you can donate, sign up for a team, volunteer at the event, or register your own team, along with additional event information. Lets make this another successful year and get involved. Thank you for your support.





www.stbaldricks.org/events/mypage/22/2014


   


 

Ladder 16 operates 2nd fire in Camden

Wednesday, March 19, 2014   Ladder 16 was placed back in service from Mechanic Street and dispatched across town to North Camden for a dwelling fire. Camden units arrived and reported heavy fire conditions on the 2nd floor of a two story twin.  Ladder 16 arrived as the first due Truck Company and performed searches in the attached exposure.  The crew also placed the Main in operation to provide access to open up the roof area.  Fire was knocked down and placed under control. 

     



 

Ladder 16 responds on 2nd Alarm Camden fire

Tuesday, March 18, 2014  Ladder 16 dispatched  to Camden City on Mechanic St. for a 2nd Alarm house fire.  The crew assisted Camden City units with heavy fire conditions throughout a two story row home and extension into both exposures.  No injuries were reported on the fire ground. 

     



 

Aid to Pennsauken High Rise Fire

Tuesday, March 18, 2014  Early this morning Squad Company 16 responded to a high rise fire on North Park Drive. Crews arrived and assisted Pennsauken units with extinguishing a fire on a balcony that was extending into the apartment.


   


 
 
 

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