Pemberton Township Volunteer Fire Department

Pemberton Township Volunteer Fire Department The Primary Provider of Fire Service to Pemberton Township and Back-Up Provider of Emergency Medical Services to Pemberton Township. The Pemberton Township Fire Department is comprised of the following volunteer fire companies: Browns Mills Fire Company, Country Lakes Vol.

Fire Company and Presidential Lakes Fire Company. The Western section of Pemberton Township is covered by Goodwill Fire Company under contract.

Operating as usual

05/01/2021

Enhanced Fire Spread Risk for Pine Barrens Region...Saturday May 1st

A combination of dry and gusty conditions will create an enhanced
risk for fire spread today across the Pine Barrens region of
southern New Jersey. Minimum relative humidity values are forecast
to drop into the upper teens to low 20s by this afternoon, with
wind gusts between 20-30 mph at times, with the strongest winds
this morning.

Residents are urged to exercise caution if handling any potential
ignition sources, such as machinery, cigarettes or matches. If
dry grasses and tree litter begin to burn, the fire will have the
potential to spread quickly.

For more information about wildfire danger, burn restrictions,
and wildfire prevention and education, please visit your state
forestry or environmental protection website.

04/30/2021

Enhanced Fire Spread Risk for Pine Barrens Region...

A combination of dry and windy conditions will create an enhanced
risk for fire spread this afternoon across the Pine Barrens region
of southern New Jersey. Minimum relative humidity values are
forecast to drop into the low to mid 20s this afternoon, with wind
gusts between 40-50 mph or higher at times.

Residents are urged to exercise caution if handling any potential
ignition sources, such as machinery, cigarettes or matches. If
dry grasses and tree litter begin to burn, the fire will have the
potential to spread quickly.

For more information about wildfire danger, burn restrictions,
and wildfire prevention and education, please visit your state
forestry or environmental protection website.

This evening training was hose line management. Participants included our 5 new recruits along with our officers and cer...
04/27/2021

This evening training was hose line management. Participants included our 5 new recruits along with our officers and certified members teaching them there skills

04/25/2021

The department would like to Welcome our new members who started yesterday, Firefighter Recruit Jeremy Todd, Firefighter Recruit Zak Souza and Fire Police Officer R. Skip Kniesler. Also returning to Fite Police duties life member Margaret Johnson.

04/23/2021

ENHANCED RISK OF WILDFIRE SPREAD THIS AFTERNOON

A combination of dry and windy conditions will create an enhanced
risk for the spread of wildfires this afternoon. Minimum relative
humidity values are forecast to drop into the low to mid 20s this
afternoon, with wind gusts between 20-30 mph.

Residents are urged to exercise caution if handling

04/22/2021

ENHANCED RISK OF WILDFIRE SPREAD THIS AFTERNOON...

A combination of dry and windy conditions will create an enhanced
risk for the spread of wildfires across New Jersey and Delaware
this afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values are forecast to
be around 25 to 30 percent this afternoon, with wind gusts in
excess of 30 mph. Most areas received less than 0.25 inch of rain
yesterday, and many areas received less than 0.10 inch, keeping
potential fuel sources relatively dry.

Residents are urged to exercise caution if handling any potential
ignition sources, such as machinery, cigarettes or matches. If
dry grasses and tree litter begin to burn, the fire will have the
potential to spread quickly.

For more information about wildfire danger, burn restrictions,
and wildfire prevention and education, please visit your state
forestry or environmental protection website.

04/07/2021
04/05/2021

Enhanced Danger for Fire Spread Today and Tuesday...

The danger for fire spread will increase across the region this
afternoon as relative humidity values drop into the low to mid 20
percent range and northwest winds gust 20 to 25 mph at times. This
combination of low humidity, warming temperatures, and gusty
northwest winds will produce favorable conditions for wildfires to
ignite and spread, especially this afternoon and early evening.

On Tuesday, relative humidity values will again fall into the low
to mid 20 percent range across Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Northwest winds will be slightly weaker Tuesday, with gusts up to
20 mph at times.

Residents are urged to exercise caution handling any potential
ignition source, including machinery, cigarettes, and matches. Be
sure to properly discard all smoking materials. Any dry grasses
and tree litter that ignite will have the potential to spread
quickly.

03/31/2021

The department would like to wish Ptl. Perry Doyle a very happy retirement.

03/29/2021

*****Update*****
Trenton Rd is now open

Trenton Rd is closed between Lawrence Dr and Earlin Ave

03/19/2021

(BCHD21-101)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Friday, March 19, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Friday, March 19th, 7 pm to Saturday, March 20th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

03/14/2021

...RED FLAG WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 8 AM THIS MORNING TO 5 PM EDTMONDAY... The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Red Flag Warning. It is in effect from 8:00 AM this morning until 5:00 PM Monday.

* AFFECTED AREAS...Berks County, the Lehigh Valley and southeastern Pennsylvania. Also, most of New Jersey, all of Delaware, and parts of eastern Maryland.

* TIMING...Through late Monday afternoon.

* WINDS...Northwest increasing to 20 to 25 mph with gusts around 35 to 40 mph for this afternoon and evening. Northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts around 20 mph from late tonight into Monday.

* RELATIVE HUMIDITY...Dropping to around 20 percent this afternoon, recovering only to 35 to 40 percent late tonight, then falling back to 15 to 20 percent on Monday.

* TEMPERATURES...High mainly in the 50s today and in the upper 30s to middle 40s on Monday. Lows tonight mostly in the 20s.

* IMPACTS...Gusty winds, very dry air and drying fuels will combine to create conditions favorable for the rapid spread of wildfires.

03/07/2021

The New Jersey Forest Fire Service will be doing a controlled burn today on Lower Mill Road section of Pemberton Township. Residence in Presidential Lakes could smell and see smoke in their development.

03/04/2021

(BCHD21-081)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Friday, March 5th, 7 pm to Monday, March 8th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of March 1, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

03/01/2021

(BCHD21-079)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, March 1, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, March 1st, 7 pm to Friday, March 5th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of March 1, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

02/23/2021

(BCHD21-071)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Tuesday, February 23th, 7 pm to Wednesday, February 24th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 1, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

02/12/2021

(BCHD21-51)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, February 15th, 7 pm to Thursday, February 18th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 12, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD21-45)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Tuesday, February 9, 2021 Based ...
02/09/2021

(BCHD21-45)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Tuesday, February 9th, 7 pm to Monday, February 15th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 9, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD21-45)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Tuesday, February 9th, 7 pm to Monday, February 15th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 9, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

02/05/2021
(BCHD21-045)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Friday, February 5, 2021 Based ...
02/05/2021

(BCHD21-045)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Friday, February 5, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Friday, February 5th, 7 pm to Wednesday, February 10th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 5, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD21-045)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Friday, February 5, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Friday, February 5th, 7 pm to Wednesday, February 10th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 5, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD21-039)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Monday, February 1, 2021 Based ...
02/01/2021

(BCHD21-039)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, February 1, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, February 1st, 7 pm to Friday, February 5th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 1, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD21-039)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, February 1, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, February 1st, 7 pm to Friday, February 5th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of February 1, 2021, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

Be Prepared • Keep electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops and tablet computers fully charged. • Keep a flashlig...
01/31/2021

Be Prepared
• Keep electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops and tablet computers fully
charged.
• Keep a flashlight, portable radio and extra batteries handy.
• Gather extra blankets or a sleeping bag for each person.
• If you have a water well and pump, keep an emergency supply of bottled water and/or
fill your bathtub with fresh water.
• Stock an emergency supply of convenience foods that do not require cooking.
Stay Safe
• Never go near downed power lines, but report them immediately to us or your local
police or fire department.
• Never use a portable generator inside the house or a closed garage.
• Never use gas stoves, kerosene heaters or other open-flame heat sources to keep
warm. These sources of heat can cause deadly carbon monoxide gas to build up in
your home.
Stay Connected
• Report any outages by calling 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877), or visiting
www.firstenergycorp.com and clicking the “Report Outage” link.
• For storm updates, follow us on Twitter @JCP_L, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
JCPandL or online at www.jcp-l.com/outages.
• Subscribe to email and text message alert notifications to receive weather alerts and
updates on power outages. Our two-way text messaging also enables you to report
outages and request updates as needed.

For more information about staying connected, visit www.firstenergycorp.com/connect.

Be Prepared
• Keep electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops and tablet computers fully
charged.
• Keep a flashlight, portable radio and extra batteries handy.
• Gather extra blankets or a sleeping bag for each person.
• If you have a water well and pump, keep an emergency supply of bottled water and/or
fill your bathtub with fresh water.
• Stock an emergency supply of convenience foods that do not require cooking.
Stay Safe
• Never go near downed power lines, but report them immediately to us or your local
police or fire department.
• Never use a portable generator inside the house or a closed garage.
• Never use gas stoves, kerosene heaters or other open-flame heat sources to keep
warm. These sources of heat can cause deadly carbon monoxide gas to build up in
your home.
Stay Connected
• Report any outages by calling 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877), or visiting
www.firstenergycorp.com and clicking the “Report Outage” link.
• For storm updates, follow us on Twitter @JCP_L, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
JCPandL or online at www.jcp-l.com/outages.
• Subscribe to email and text message alert notifications to receive weather alerts and
updates on power outages. Our two-way text messaging also enables you to report
outages and request updates as needed.

For more information about staying connected, visit www.firstenergycorp.com/connect.

(BCHD20-022)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Monday, January 18, 2021 Based ...
01/18/2021

(BCHD20-022)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, January 18, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, January 18th, 7 pm to Friday, January 22nd, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD20-022)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, January 18, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, January 18th, 7 pm to Friday, January 22nd, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD20-018)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Thursday, January 14, 2021 Base...
01/14/2021

(BCHD20-018)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Thursday, January 14th, 7 pm to Friday, January 15th, 7 am
and
Sunday, January 17th, 7 pm to Monday, January 18th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD20-018)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Thursday, January 14th, 7 pm to Friday, January 15th, 7 am
and
Sunday, January 17th, 7 pm to Monday, January 18th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

(BCHD20-013)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration Monday, January 11, 2021 Based ...
01/11/2021

(BCHD20-013)(CUHBB) Burlington County Health Department Advisory – CODE BLUE Declaration

Monday, January 11, 2021

Based on projected weather forecasts, a CODE BLUE is declared effective

Monday, January 11th, 7 pm to Thursday, January 14th, 7 am

Overnight Shelters will be operating from 7pm-7am.

As of December 1, 2019, please call NJ 2-1-1 for Code Blue assistance. They will assess the location of the homeless individual and recommend the appropriate shelter site.

If your power is out please ensure you call 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877), clicking the “Report Outage” link on www.fir...
12/25/2020
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If your power is out please ensure you call 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877), clicking the “Report Outage” link on www.firstenergycorp.com, or by texting out to 544487. This is the only way JCP&L will know your power is out.

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On December 23, 2020 at approximately 350pm companies were dispatched to the First Pentecostal Apostolic Church at 47 Tr...
12/24/2020

On December 23, 2020 at approximately 350pm companies were dispatched to the First Pentecostal Apostolic Church at 47 Trenton Rd in the Browns Mills section of Pemberton Towhship. Chief 1800 arrived to find a working basement fire, established Trenton Rd command and struck the second alarm. Ladder 1815 was the first apparatus on location, made entry and extinguished the fire. With the help of mutual aid overhaul of the fire was completed. PTFD would like to thank all mutual aid companies who assisted with this fire. The cause is under investigation by the New Jersey State Fire Marshall's office with assistance of the Burlington County Fire Marshall and the Pemberton Township Police Department detectives. Photo Credit to Dave Hernandez

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500 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd
Pemberton, NJ
08068

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General information

Pemberton Township is always looking for men and woman to help serve the community. If you are interested in helping your community go to http://www.pemberton-twp.com/fire_department Fill out the Application for membership and bring it to the station of your choice. Command Staff Fire Director: Vacant (Currently filled by the Twp. BA by Twp. Code 25) Fire Chief: Craig Augustoni Assistant Chief: Vince Cochrane Deputy Chief: Vacant Battalion Chief 1804: Brian Warrick Battalion Chief 1805: Colin Leaper Department Chaplain: Jeffrey Frake Contact Information: 609.894.3382 Director Vacant Email: [email protected] Chief Craig Augustoni Email: [email protected] Asst. Chief Cochrane Email: [email protected] Battalion Chief Warrick Email: [email protected] Battalion Chief Leaper E-Mail: [email protected] Pemberton Twp. Vol. Fire Company President Jesus Evangelista Email: [email protected] Pemberton Twp. Vol. Fire Company Station 1 Station Captain Preston Jardine 15 Trenton Road Browns Mills, New Jersey 08015 609.893.2114 Email: [email protected] Pemberton Twp. Vol. Fire Co. Station 3 Station Captain Dante Hodnett 103 Firehouse Road Browns Mills, New Jersey 08015 609.893.3047 Email: [email protected] Good Will Fire Co. No. 1 (Station 191) Chief Chad Bozoski and President Joe Haines 200 Hanover Street Pemberton, New Jersey 08068 609.894.2168 Email: [email protected]

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I only got to meet Kevin Markel a handful of times and I KNOW he was ONE HELL OF A FIREFIGHTER . One whose life and service I will not forget - BUT - its kind of f*cked up that you neglected to mention that my brother-in-law ANOTHER MRFC CHIEF Don Rinyu died February 25, 2019.
I want to thank Pemberton Township Volunteer Fire Department, Woodland Volunteer Fire and EMS, Messiah Lutheran Church, Assemblywoman Jean Stanfield, Pemberton Township Republican Club, Pemberton Township Board of Education, Presidential Lakes Civic Association, and the MANY member of the community for helping our community to welcome and honor a local family. A great big thank you to all the members of the community who joined us and participated. Special Thanks to Pemberton Township Fire Chief Craig Augustoni, Battalion Chief Brian Warrick, Woodland Township Fire Chief Shawn Viscardi, and all the members of the duty crews that made this possible. Thank You for supporting our community.
Thank You to all the Volunteers! Words can’t describe...
What is the numbers n how much cuz sign outside says $83 didn’t know if was it or numbers fell
Can you advise me who I would contact to have the smoke detectors replaced in my home? They are more than 15 years old and are currently giving false alarms even with cleaning and battery replacement.
We prayed for your safety, we prayed you'll be blessed. THANK YOU for fighting the Juliustown Rd/Ranges fire❤ ~Lakeshore Village Mobile Home Park Resident
Thank you to All the Fire Company's and everyone that responded to the fire. Go home and relax
Fire Station 360 view
What’s numbest for jackpot this week
*** PLEASE HELP *** Does anyone have any information on the whereabouts of Anne Marie Kienzle? She is missing. A police report has been filed in Bennettsville, SC, where she had relocated too. She was originally from Browns Mills and was part of the Country Lakes Volunteer Fire Company. Please PM me if you have any info or pictures of Annie, even if they are older pics.
Thank you for your help with our yard fire from someone's fireworks! We appreciate you!
I saw Mommy 💋 kissing 💋 Santa 🎅 Clause...