Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30

Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30 Burlington Township Fire Department- 1601 Burlington Bypass Burlington, NJ 08016 The Burlington Twp. Please visit the Department web site at WWW.BTFD.ORG. It is!

Formed on March 19th 1940, the Burlington Township Fire Department serves approximately 20,000 residents in a 14.72 square mile area. Burlington Township is roughly half way between Trenton and Camden NJ, with portions bordered by the Delaware River. Three VOLUNTEER Fire Companies cover the residential, commercial and industrial properties that make up the Township. They also respond to incidents

on the three major highways that intersect the town, the NJ Turnpike, I-295 and NJ Route 130 as well as the Conrail/NJ Transit rail line. Fire Department is an organization that serves the residents and visitors of Burlington Township in Burlington County NJ. This site is intended to serve as a mechanism for communication between the public and the BTFD. Should you have any questions please contact the district office during normal business hours. If you have an emergency please dial 911. Did you know that the Burlington Township Fire Department is 100% VOLUNTEER? Whether it is day or night, work week or week end, the people of Burlington Township rely on volunteers to provide fire protection and rescue. They are volunteers who are giving freely of their time to help their community. Many hours of training and work go into providing the level of service for a town of over 20,000 residents and numerous commercial businesses. Volunteers are always needed. Not just for Fire Fighting, but for planning the future of the Fire Department, managing the finances, maintaining the buildings and equipment and much, much more. Please call the Fire District office at 609-239-5849 to learn how YOU can volunteer to help your own community by becoming a member of the BTFD. Comments on this page will be monitored. Under the BTFD Blogging Guideline, the BTFD reserves the right to remove inappropriate comments including those that have obscene language or sexual content, threaten of defame any person or organization, violate the legal ownership interest of another party, support or oppose political candidates or ballot propositions, promote illegal activity, promote commercial services or products or are not typically related to the particular posting


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30


Relief Volunteer Fire Company #3, BeverlyRoad FireCompany & Independent Fire Company No. 1
To all the Membership of the BTFD- its that time of year again... The annual Appreciation Dinner is approaching quickly and would like to prepare another slide show to review the past year (plus more) during it. Please forward them to the district office by February 1, 2016- email [email protected]
Contact the office with any question- Thanks!


Swearing In Ceremony0 1/3/16-
Congratulations to all of our new officers, investigators, inspectors, and the membership of the BTFD


Veterans Day gives Americans the opportunity to honor all U.S. veterans.

To all those brave men and women, the Board of Fire Commissioners, the Officers and Members of the Burlington Township Fire Department say "THANK YOU" for your sacrifice and your service to our country.


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30's cover photo


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30's cover photo


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Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30's cover photo


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30's cover photo


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30


Bryan Woolston, Photojournalist

UPDATED NOVEMBER 16, 2017. Dominic, now 7, was recognized by Burlington Township for is "Inspirational Triumph over life-threatening disease and positive impact on the lives of others". Congratulations Dominic, and Thank you. (New photos: Scott Estelow, Burlington Township Police Department)

Dominic Mazzio, 5, of Township, NJ visits with responders, who stopped by his birthday party with their cars and trucks. When Dominic was two, he was diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis, a rare disease in the spinal cord. After battling that condition for two years, and relearning most of his motor skills, he was diagnosed with inoperable of the brain stem. A condition unrelated to his first disease, according to doctors. “It was like getting struck by lightening twice” said his mother Ashley Mazzio. In November Dominic endured 30 days of proton radiation, a treatment that has momentarily stopped the growth of the tumor. He is scheduled for his next doctor’s visit in July. The hope is that no further growth of the tumor is found. Photo by Bryan Woolston/woolstonphoto

Relief Volunteer Fire Company #3

Relief Volunteer Fire Company #3

We are sponsoring our semi-annual Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, June 2, 2015, in the Hall from 2 P.M. until 7 P.M. and we are looking forward to seeing all of our neighbors coming out.

In the past 7 years we have averaged 50 donors per drive and we're looking forward to your continued assistance. We are coming into the heavy vacation and travel time of the year and unfortunately there is an increase in accidents. As a result an increase in blood is needed and we are counting on your assistance to meet our goal of 45 units.

To schedule an appointment please contact Glen at (609) 668-4722. You are also welcome to walk in. Again, we truly appreciate all of the assistance everyone in the community provides us.


Thank you to the BTFD. Your dedication is noticed and appreciated!


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30


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In Memory of Jim “Libby” Liberatore 1955 – 2015

Viewings will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, March 6 and from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, March 7 at the Beverly Road Fire Co., 1001 Beverly Road, Burlington. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the fire station. Entombment will follow services in the Odd Fellow Cemetery, Route 130 and Beverly Road, Burlington.


Burlington Twp Fire Department- District 30


The Burlington Township Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of Former Chief Jim “Libby” Liberatore. Libby devoted most of his adult life to emergency services serving in several Fire, EMS, and Police capacities throughout his lifetime. Funeral arrangements will be announced as they become available.


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***WINTER STORM – January 26, 2015***

Burlington Township Office of Emergency Management is issuing a winter storm advisory. According to the National Weather Center in Mt. Holly, NJ, we can expect ten (10) plus inches of snow beginning Monday, January 26, 2015 and continuing into Tuesday, January 27, 2015. With winds 10 to 20 mph with gust up to 35 mph.
Residents are reminded with snow of four (4) inches or more;
All vehicles must be removed from the roadways
1. The Township Ordinance for front yard parking is suspended for this event
2. Municipal parking areas at tot lots and ball fields can be utilized for parking
3. All portable basketball nets shall be removed from the curb
Residents are also reminded that snow must be removed from sidewalks, and fire hydrants must be cleared within 24 hours of the completion of the storm.
All residents are encouraged to remain in their homes if they do not have to go out. This will allow the Public Works Department to plow and remove snow in an efficient manner.


Congratulations to our Burlington County Fire Academy Firefighter 1 graduates. These dedicated Firefighters successfully completed the rigorous four month program and are now fully certified to respond to the needs of the
Burlington Township Community.
(from left: Evan LaGrange, Dana Sobel, John Krzywulak, Jen Diamond)


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A Special Veterans Day Message
As Veterans Day approaches the Burlington Township Fire Department honors the millions of Americans who have served our nation and defended its freedoms as members of the Armed Forces. This special day is also an ideal moment to say "Welcome home" to the thousands of servicemen and women who will be returning home in the near future.
Today and every day, the Burlington Township Fire Department salutes the very special men and women in our Armed Forces. We honor and give thanks for their courage and are grateful for the sacrifice they, and their families, make for our nation.


Planning ahead can help make this Halloween a fire-safe one. Taking simple fire safety precautions, like making sure fabrics for costumes and decorative materials are flame-resistant, can prevent fires. During the five-year-period of 2006-2010, NFPA estimates that decorations were the item first ignited in an estimated average of 1,000 reported home structure fires per year. These fires caused an estimated average of six civilian deaths, 53 civilian injuries and $16 million in direct property damage per year.

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Don't forget to come visit us tonight for the annual Burlington Twp. Fire Department Open House! We're hosting this year's Open House at our station located at 1001 Beverly Rd. from 6-9pm! There will be plenty of activities and fun for the whole family! Vehicle Rescue demo, Fire Safety Tips, and Fire Truck Rides! We hope to see you there!


Great job to all the companies and agencies on location!

Last night at approximately 1130PM, Task Force 30, Task Force 90, Task Force 16, and RIC 232, and EMS from Station 909 were dispatched to Jardin Court in Bienvenue condos for a report of an apartment unit on fire. Engine 3022 responded with a crew of 6 within minutes, quickly followed by Engine 3023 with a crew of 5. Engine 3022 arrived on location to find an apartment in the middle of the row on fire with heavy fire through the roof. All companies were placed in service and the crew of Engine 3022 made a quick attack with an 1 3/4 inch line. Engine 3023 was only seconds behind and secured a hydrant to supply water to Engine 3022. Other crews from Burlington Twp and city, as well as Willingboro, were quickly on location to support in the fire attack and other duties. They deployed 2 more 1 3/4 inch handlines into the dwelling and laddered the building for emergency egress of firefighters. Together, the departments made a quick knock of the fire, preventing further damage to the adjacent units. Great job to all the companies and agencies on location!

Edgewater Park resident rewards those who fought house fire

We thank the BTFD for their dedication to the community. Another example of how community volunteers go above and beyond.

Edgewater Park's Earl Geertgens Wednesday handed out $500 checks to the seven volunteer fire companies and one volunteer emergency squad that responded to his house when it caught fire July 2. Formerly PhillyBurbs


The Burlington Township Fire Dept. mourns the loss of Past Chief Ed Cook. This is a sad day for the fire department. The BTFD has lost a great mentor. Will miss him immensely and pray that his family feels the love and support from those who knew him and respected him.


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The new Engine 3032 is in. Photo credit to Steve Taylor.


Vornado Air Recalls Electric Space Heaters Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

Consumers should stop using this product unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.
Recall date: August 14, 2014
Recall number: 14-256

Recall Details
Units About 79,000

This recall involves Vornado VH110 Whole Room Vortex electric space heaters sold in two colors, black and white. The heaters measure about 10.5 inches high, 9 inches deep and 10.5 inches at the base growing narrower at the top. The on/off switch and the high/low heat settings are located on top of the unit. The Vornado logo appears with a gray “V” on the front of the unit. Recalled heaters have the numbers 1 and 3 as the fourth and fifth digits of the serial number. The model and serial numbers appear on a silver decal located on the bottom of the unit.

Vornado has received 29 reports of units overheating and melting, including seven reports of heaters catching fire, resulting in one report of smoke inhalation and one report of property damage caused by soot and smoke.

Customers should immediately turn off and unplug the electric space heater and contact Vornado for instructions on how to receive a free replacement unit, including free shipping.

Sold at
Bed Bath & Beyond, Home Depot, Menards, Orchard Supply, Target and other retailers nationwide and online at Vornado.com and Amazon.com from June 2013 through May 2014 for about $60.

Vornado Air, LLC, of Andover, Kan.

Manufactured in China


The Burlington Township Fire Department Water Rescue Team conducted a training exercise on the Delaware River this weekend. The team simulated the search and rescue of an injured boater utilizing the department’s twelve foot inflatable boat.


1601 Burlington Byp
Burlington, NJ


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