Borough Declares State of Local Emergency
How Often Should Wood Burning Fireplaces Be Inspected and Cleaned?
A resident recently asked “How often should wood burning fireplaces be inspected and cleaned?” A great question considering many in our community have wood-burning fireplaces in their homes—there is even one in our firehouse—so we are sharing the response from our Fire Official, Craig Bellamy. continue reading →
Your House Number Should Be Clearly Visible
Solar Eclipse Safety
On Monday, August 21, 2017, the sun will go dark in one of nature’s greatest spectacles: a total solar eclipse. But remember; an eclipse is a rare and striking phenomenon you won’t want to miss, but you must carefully follow safety procedures. continue reading →
Firefighters Daniel Swift and Michael DiMaio Awarded Scholarships
The officers and members of the Mendham Fire Department are pleased to announce that Firefighters Daniel Swift and Michael DiMaio are the recipients of the 2017 Mendham Fire Department Scholarship. Each student-firefighter was awarded $1,250 from the Mendham Independent Hook & Ladder Company at the Mendham High School Awards ceremony on June 12, 2017. continue reading →
Shopping Center Fire: December 28, 2016
High Heat Weather Safety Tips
New Jersey summers are hot; most summers see heat waves in one or more parts of the United States. Below are some safety tips from the CDC that everyone can benefit from.
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Slow Down, Move Over!
On Monday, March 7, 2016 Trooper Sean Cullen was struck and killed by a vehicle while assisting at the scene of a vehicle fire in Deptford Township. continue reading →
School’s Open—Drive Carefully
Launched in 1946, AAA’s School’s Open—Drive Carefully awareness campaign was created as a way to help reduce child pedestrian fatalities and injuries. continue reading →
The New, New Jersey Car Seat Laws
Earlier this year, Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation which changes the way parents and care takers must use car seats in the state of New Jersey; it will go into effect on September 1, 2015. Here’s how the revised law will work according to each age group: continue reading →