Robbinsville Township Fire Department

Robbinsville Township Fire Department The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is located in Mercer County New Jersey and is staffed by 17 full-time career personnel overseen by a Career Fire Chief and 4 Career Captains.

The Department performs fire suppression, inspection and rescue duties. The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is a combination career/volunteer fire department located in Mercer County New Jersey. Formed in 1963 as the Washington Volunteer Firemen, the fire department began as an all volunteer organization. The department has evolved into a municipal fire department, operated by the Township o

The Department performs fire suppression, inspection and rescue duties. The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is a combination career/volunteer fire department located in Mercer County New Jersey. Formed in 1963 as the Washington Volunteer Firemen, the fire department began as an all volunteer organization. The department has evolved into a municipal fire department, operated by the Township o

Operating as usual

Today, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program collected the toys from the fire station that were donated ov...
12/08/2021

Today, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program collected the toys from the fire station that were donated over the last month for children in need during the holiday season. We were proud of the overwhelming response from the community and thank everyone who donated in an effort to make the holiday season special for others. We would also like to thank the Men's Club @ Renaissance/Cranbury Crossing for collecting toys and delivering them to our drop off location.

We can no longer accept any additional toys, as they will not be collected. If anyone still wishes to donate please reach out to a local charity in need. Again, thank you to all who donated.

The RTFD would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and Happy Thanksgiving. 🦃
11/25/2021

The RTFD would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and Happy Thanksgiving. 🦃

The RTFD would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and Happy Thanksgiving. 🦃

Last day for Toys for Tots drop off at the fire station will be 12/4.  If you have yet to donate please do so ASAP.  The...
11/24/2021

Last day for Toys for Tots drop off at the fire station will be 12/4. If you have yet to donate please do so ASAP. The boxes are available in our foyer on the parking lot side of the building located at 1149 Route 130. Toys can be dropped off at any time. Thank you for assisting those in need during the holiday season.

Photos from Kiddie Academy of Robbinsville's post
11/19/2021

Photos from Kiddie Academy of Robbinsville's post

**REMINDER**The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys at the fire station loc...
11/17/2021

**REMINDER**

The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. A second drop of point is also be located at Kuo Social in Robbinsville. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging. Collection will continue until December 10th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time.

Veterans Day occurs on November 11th every year in the United States in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day ...
11/11/2021

Veterans Day occurs on November 11th every year in the United States in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" of 1918 that signaled the end of World War I.

Today we honor all veterans for your sacrifice and service to our country.

Veterans Day occurs on November 11th every year in the United States in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" of 1918 that signaled the end of World War I.

Today we honor all veterans for your sacrifice and service to our country.

November 8-14 is Crash Responder Safety Week.Nearly once every week, a first responder is killed while attempting to cle...
11/08/2021

November 8-14 is Crash Responder Safety Week.

Nearly once every week, a first responder is killed while attempting to clear a roadway accident.

Under New Jersey's "Move Over" law, drivers are required to reduce their speed and change lanes when approaching an authorized emergency vehicle. These vehicles include tow trucks, highway maintenance vehicles, sanitation vehicles, and emergency (fire/police/EMS) vehicles displaying flashing, blinking or alternating emergency lights.

Unfortunately, law enforcement, emergency response personnel, tow truck operators, and highway maintenance workers continue to be struck and injured or killed while aiding others on the side of the road because a passing vehicle did not sufficiently slow down and move over.

When you see flashing lights on the side of the road, slow down, and if it’s safe, MOVE OVER.

If you make the move, others will follow.

https://www.nj.gov/oag/hts/move-over-law/

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 7, 2021. When you change your clocks this weekend we would like to remind ...
11/06/2021

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 7, 2021. When you change your clocks this weekend we would like to remind you it is a good time to change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms too!

When you change your batteries, also check the dates of manufacture on your alarms. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years and carbon monoxide alarms every 7 years.

Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 7, 2021. When you change your clocks this weekend we would like to remind you it is a good time to change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms too!

When you change your batteries, also check the dates of manufacture on your alarms. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years and carbon monoxide alarms every 7 years.

The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program will once again collect toys at the fire station located at 1...
10/29/2021

The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program will once again collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. A second drop of point will also be located at Kuo Social in Robbinsville. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging. Collection will continue until December 10th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time.

For those voting in person on November 2nd bring a toy for drop off in our foyer.

The fire department has always been extremely proud of the response from the community and look forward to another successful year. We wish to thank everyone in advance for donating in an effort to make the holiday season special for others.
http://www.toysfortots.org/default.aspx

Over the last few days department personnel took part in several live burn training exercises while working through the ...
10/26/2021

Over the last few days department personnel took part in several live burn training exercises while working through the bad weather. This type of training is minimally completed annually by all department staff.

Photos from Mercer County Library System's post
10/20/2021

Photos from Mercer County Library System's post

Firefighters Respond To Fire Inside Food Manufacturing Plant In RobbinsvilleOctober 20, 2021MidJersey.newsROBBINSVILLE, ...
10/20/2021

Firefighters Respond To Fire Inside Food Manufacturing Plant In Robbinsville
October 20, 2021
MidJersey.news

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Firefighters responded to a fire alarm inside CJ Foods TMI Manufacturing at 2 Applegate Drive yesterday October 19, at 5:35 p.m. Upon arrival firefighters found a smoke condition inside the plant and searched for the source of the smoke. Firefighters located an industrial motor on fire and extinguished the fire. Two ambulances and a paramedic unit were called to the scene for workers exposed to smoke but no employees were transported to the hospital. Fire departments remained on scene for quite some time evacuating smoke and overhauling the fire. The Robbinsville Health Department was called to the scene as normal protocol since the fire was in a food manufacturing plant. The Robbinsville Township Fire Marshal is investigating the fire.

https://midjersey.news/2021/10/20/firefighters-respond-to-fire-inside-food-manufacturing-plant-in-robbinsville/?fbclid=IwAR3vOg9uTAyPs7NaTh6ZzcQ0wVX0KOtRhLDu3S3ySKssevzuHB6pE3CjVCs

Thank you to Robbinsville Diwali for a donation of $3,000, which will be equally split to support Robbinsville PBA #344,...
10/14/2021

Thank you to Robbinsville Diwali for a donation of $3,000, which will be equally split to support Robbinsville PBA #344, Robbinsville Firefighters and Robbinsville Meals on Wheels!

Thank you to Robbinsville Diwali for a donation of $3,000, which will be equally split to support Robbinsville PBA #344, Robbinsville Firefighters and Robbinsville Meals on Wheels!
The Robbinsville Diwali Parade is scheduled for Saturday, but with rain in the forecast the event has officially been moved to Sunday, October 17.
The parade route is: Lake Drive to Union Street to Burnet Crescent to Newtown Blvd. The event will end back at the Gazebo on Lake Drive.
The roads along the route will be closed from 1 p.m. to approximately 2:30 p.m. on parade day. Lake Drive in the area of the Gazebo will remain closed until approximately 5 p.m.
Wishing everyone a happy and safe Navaratri and Dusshera celebrations!

This past week was Fire Prevention Week.  Over several days the RTFD visited many of our younger residents at our local ...
10/10/2021

This past week was Fire Prevention Week. Over several days the RTFD visited many of our younger residents at our local schools and day care centers. Fire prevention is not just for children. Please take a few minutes to review what you can do to protect your family from fire. We urge you to discuss fire prevention with your children and practice your escape plan.

The Sounds of Fire Safety can protect you, and every ⏰ second ⏰ counts.⁠

Knowing what action to take when you hear a beep or chirp from your alarm can save lives.⁠

Always keep your alarms maintained, and always respond immediately when they alert.⁠

Hear a beep, get on your feet! 🚨 ⁠

Hear a chirp, make a change!🔋 ⁠

#firepreventionweek

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms for the Deaf and Hard of HearingThis year our fire prevention slogan is “Learn the Soun...
10/08/2021

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

This year our fire prevention slogan is “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety”. Did you know that there are special smoke and carbon monoxide alarms with visual indicators for those who are deaf or hard of hearing?

The RTFD has a small amount of these detectors available to local residents. If one of these devices may be beneficial in your situation contact the department to discuss how we may assist you.

609-259-7814
[email protected]

#FirePreventionWeek #LearnTheSoundsofFireSafety

Photos from Kiddie Academy of Robbinsville's post
10/07/2021

Photos from Kiddie Academy of Robbinsville's post

🔥 It's Fire Prevention Week!   This week is the perfect time to learn the sounds of fire safety! Knowing the different s...
10/07/2021

🔥 It's Fire Prevention Week!

This week is the perfect time to learn the sounds of fire safety! Knowing the different sounds your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make and what to do can save you, your home, and your family.

Be like Bill!

This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds smoke ...
10/05/2021
Lessons from History: The Chicago Fire of 1871

This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make.

Do you know the history of Fire Prevention Week?

Since 1922, the NFPA has sponsored the public observance of Fire Prevention Week. In 1925, President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed Fire Prevention Week a national observance, making it the longest-running public health observance in our country. During Fire Prevention Week, children, adults, and teachers learn how to stay safe in case of a fire. Firefighters provide lifesaving public education in an effort to drastically decrease casualties caused by fires.

Fire Prevention Week is observed each year during the week of October 9th in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire, which began on October 8, 1871, and caused devastating damage. This horrific conflagration killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures, and burned more than 2,000 acres of land.

https://youtu.be/VZhvbmqYniA

#FirePreventionWeek #knowthesoundsoffiresafety

Listen as Casey Grant from the National Fire Protection Association and best-selling author Lauren Tarshsis of the ‘I Survived’ book series talk about the le...

This week is National Fire Prevention Week.  This year’s campaign, October 3-9th,  works to educate everyone about simpl...
10/04/2021

This week is National Fire Prevention Week.

This year’s campaign, October 3-9th, works to educate everyone about simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department wants to share safety tips to help you “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety”.

• A continuous set of three loud beeps—beep, beep, beep—means smoke or fire. Get out, call 9-1-1, and stay out.
• A single chirp every 30 or 60 seconds means the battery is low and must be changed.
• All smoke alarms must be replaced after 10 years.
• Chirping that continues after the battery has been replaced means the alarm is at the end of its life and the unit must be replaced.
• Make sure your smoke and CO alarms meet the needs of all your family members, including those with sensory or physical disabilities.

#FirePreventionWeek

09/14/2021

Help us “Stuff the Truck” as we continue to support the Afghan evacuees at Joint Base - MDL! Drop off all week long Monday, 9/13 thru Friday, 9/17, 24 hours a day, in the lobby at Robbinsville Township Fire Department, 1149 Route 130 or at Robbinsville Township Community Festival, this Saturday 9/18, 2-6pm at Community Park. ❤️🤍💙

20th Anniversary of 9/11 Remembered In RobbinsvilleMidJersey.newsThe 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001 was remember...
09/12/2021

20th Anniversary of 9/11 Remembered In Robbinsville
MidJersey.news

The 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001 was remembered yesterday in Robbinsville at the 9/11 memorial on Lake Drive. The memorial is dedicated to Robbinsville Township resident Pamela Gaff and all others who were lost on September 11, 2001.

Additional photos and story at:

https://midjersey.news/2021/09/11/20th-anniversary-of-9-11-remembered-in-robbinsville/

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department, Robbinsville Township Professional Firefighters Association members, along wi...
09/11/2021

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department, Robbinsville Township Professional Firefighters Association members, along with the Robbinsville Township Police Department, Robbinsville American Legion Post 530, and local officials conducted Robbinsville’s 20th anniversary September 11th memorial service today at the memorial on Lake Drive in Town Center. The site is dedicated to Robbinsville resident Pamela Gaff who was lost that day at the World Trade Center.

Robbinsville Twp. Fire Department awarded $1.35M federal grant to hire four new full-time firefighters.Fed. funds will h...
09/09/2021
Robbinsville Twp. Fire Department awarded $1.35M federal grant to hire four new full-time firefighters

Robbinsville Twp. Fire Department awarded $1.35M federal grant to hire four new full-time firefighters.

Fed. funds will help fire dept. expand emergency response services for growing town.

Robbinsville, Sep 9, 2021 | Michael Finan (202-225-3765)

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department will receive a federal grant totaling $1,349,440 from the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program to hire four new full-time firefighters, said Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) today.

“The firefighters and first responders at the Robbinsville Township Fire Department put their lives on the line every day to protect their neighbors when emergencies strike and help ensure overall safety and well-being,” said Rep. Smith, a member of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus. “This substantial federal grant will enable the town to expand its fire crew and to continue providing quick and effective emergency response services to those in harm’s way who need immediate help as the Robbinsville community continues to grow.”

“Mayor Fried, Fire Chief Schaffener and all those serving at the Robbinsville Township Fire Department are to be congratulated for their steadfast commitment to the town and their tenacity in applying for and earning this significant federal grant,” Smith said.

Supported by Smith, the Robbinsville Township Fire Department applied for the SAFER grant earlier this year, competing against thousands of other fire departments around the country seeking federal assistance to expand and improve their life-saving operations.

“Without the direct support of our application and the overall program support of the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program by Congressman Smith, our department would be faced with difficult realities regarding the safety of our firefighters and residents,” said Robbinsville Fire Chief Dan Schaffener. “The addition of four firefighters will provide an enhanced level of staffing to our growing community, while reducing risk in order to better meet the present and future needs of Robbinsville residents.”

The SAFER funds awarded to Robbinsville will cover all of the costs—including salaries and benefits—associated with hiring the new firefighters over three years, increasing the town’s fire crew from 17 to 21 firefighters.

“Grant support such as this via SAFER will enable our firefighters to meet the needs of our ever-expanding community,” said Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried. “Rep. Smith has been a longtime advocate for not only our Fire Department, but for all of Robbinsville Township in the form of important legislation and unwavering support. The benefits of this award for our Fire Department and local residents, and the help it provides to our municipal budget over the next three years, is immeasurable.”

Administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency, the SAFER grant program supports fire departments with staffing and deployment capabilities, including hiring more firefighters; retaining or recruiting volunteer firefighters; and increasing response capabilities to fires and other emergencies in the local community.

“The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is extremely thankful to Congressman Chris Smith and his staff for their assistance and support during the application process,” said Fire Chief Dan Schaffener.

Since 2002, the Robbinsville Township Fire Department/Township of Robbinsville has received $3,090,401 in federal funding to assist the mission of protecting its residents, according to municipal officials.

            The Robbinsville Township Fire Department will receive a federal grant totaling $1,349,440 from the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program to hire four new full-time firefighters, said Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) today.

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The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is a combination career/volunteer fire department located in Mercer County New Jersey. Formed in 1963 as the Washington Volunteer Firemen, the fire department began as an all volunteer organization. The department has evolved into a municipal fire department, operated by the Township of Robbinsville, staffed 24/7 by career personnel and supplemented by a volunteer component. The Robbinsville Fire Department is staffed by a total of 17 career firefighters overseen by a Career Fire Chief and Four Career Captains. The Department performs fire suppression, inspection and rescue duties. The department operates Basic Life Support EMS Ambulances from the fire station utilizing Robbinsville Township equipment staffed by Capital Health System employees. Located in Central New Jersey, Robbinsville is a 21 square mile community of over 13,000 residents as per the 2010 Census. The Department is responsible for Fire and Rescue Services for the Township of Robbinsville and several major highways including the New Jersey Turnpike (Exit 7A), Interstate 195, US Highway 130, and Route 33. Some major corporations who call Robbinsville Township home include: Amazon, McMaster Carr, Mercedes Benz, Bind-Rite Graphics, CoParts, Lifetime Brands, Scholastic Book Fairs, Mattress Firm, United Van Lines, McKesson Corporation, Ritchie and Page, Falken Tire, La-Z-Boy, and CCL Label. MISSION STATEMENT The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is dedicated to providing the highest level of emergency services to the residents and visitors of our community. The Department strives to protect lives and property from the harmful effects of all disasters, whether natural or man-made, through fire suppression, emergency medical services, fire prevention inspections and our public education efforts. Our Vision The Robbinsville Township Fire Department seeks to be a respected and productive organization in Robbinsville Township and the surrounding communities in Central New Jersey by providing quality services in an efficient manner. The Department strives to be considered an “Employer of Choice” by its employees, their peers and other organizations in our community. Our Core Values HONOR Service to the public is a noble calling. Our members consider it a privilege to serve the citizens and visitors of Robbinsville Township. We carry ourselves with distinction. INTEGRITY Our customers trust us. We are called to assist people when they are in vulnerable situations and when they are desperate for help. They rely on our prompt response and our expertise. As such, our members steadfastly adhere to the highest of moral and ethical standards of conduct both on and off the job. PRIDE We treat everyone with respect. In order to respect others we know that we must first respect ourselves, our brother firefighters, and our department. We derive a great deal of pleasure and satisfaction from the work that we do for Robbinsville Township and we are proud to serve the members of the community. PROFESSIONALISM Our members’ conduct will always reflect our core values. Our appearance, attitude, skills, abilities, caring and compassion will inspire those around us. We will instill confidence and trust in our community, our neighboring communities and the fire service in general.

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Today, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program collected the toys from the fire station that were donated over the last month for children in need during the holiday season. We were proud of the overwhelming response from the community and thank everyone who donated in an effort to make the holiday season special for others. We would also like to thank the Men's Club @ Renaissance/Cranbury Crossing for collecting toys and delivering them to our drop off location. We can no longer accept any additional toys, as they will not be collected. If anyone still wishes to donate please reach out to a local charity in need. Again, thank you to all who donated.
The RTFD would like to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and Happy Thanksgiving. 🦃
Last day for Toys for Tots drop off at the fire station will be 12/4. If you have yet to donate please do so ASAP. The boxes are available in our foyer on the parking lot side of the building located at 1149 Route 130. Toys can be dropped off at any time. Thank you for assisting those in need during the holiday season.
**REMINDER** The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. A second drop of point is also be located at Kuo Social in Robbinsville. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging. Collection will continue until December 10th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time.
Veterans Day occurs on November 11th every year in the United States in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" of 1918 that signaled the end of World War I. Today we honor all veterans for your sacrifice and service to our country.
November 8-14 is Crash Responder Safety Week. Nearly once every week, a first responder is killed while attempting to clear a roadway accident. Under New Jersey's "Move Over" law, drivers are required to reduce their speed and change lanes when approaching an authorized emergency vehicle. These vehicles include tow trucks, highway maintenance vehicles, sanitation vehicles, and emergency (fire/police/EMS) vehicles displaying flashing, blinking or alternating emergency lights. Unfortunately, law enforcement, emergency response personnel, tow truck operators, and highway maintenance workers continue to be struck and injured or killed while aiding others on the side of the road because a passing vehicle did not sufficiently slow down and move over. When you see flashing lights on the side of the road, slow down, and if it’s safe, MOVE OVER. If you make the move, others will follow. https://www.nj.gov/oag/hts/move-over-law/ Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 7, 2021. When you change your clocks this weekend we would like to remind you it is a good time to change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms too! When you change your batteries, also check the dates of manufacture on your alarms. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years and carbon monoxide alarms every 7 years.
The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program will once again collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. A second drop of point will also be located at Kuo Social in Robbinsville. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging. Collection will continue until December 10th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time. For those voting in person on November 2nd bring a toy for drop off in our foyer. The fire department has always been extremely proud of the response from the community and look forward to another successful year. We wish to thank everyone in advance for donating in an effort to make the holiday season special for others. http://www.toysfortots.org/default.aspx
Over the last few days department personnel took part in several live burn training exercises while working through the bad weather. This type of training is minimally completed annually by all department staff.
Firefighters Respond To Fire Inside Food Manufacturing Plant In Robbinsville October 20, 2021 MidJersey.news ROBBINSVILLE, NJ (MERCER)–Firefighters responded to a fire alarm inside CJ Foods TMI Manufacturing at 2 Applegate Drive yesterday October 19, at 5:35 p.m. Upon arrival firefighters found a smoke condition inside the plant and searched for the source of the smoke. Firefighters located an industrial motor on fire and extinguished the fire. Two ambulances and a paramedic unit were called to the scene for workers exposed to smoke but no employees were transported to the hospital. Fire departments remained on scene for quite some time evacuating smoke and overhauling the fire. The Robbinsville Health Department was called to the scene as normal protocol since the fire was in a food manufacturing plant. The Robbinsville Township Fire Marshal is investigating the fire. https://midjersey.news/2021/10/20/firefighters-respond-to-fire-inside-food-manufacturing-plant-in-robbinsville/?fbclid=IwAR3vOg9uTAyPs7NaTh6ZzcQ0wVX0KOtRhLDu3S3ySKssevzuHB6pE3CjVCs
We would like to thank Wawa for inviting the RTFD to participate in their opening and making a donation to the Robbinsville American Legion Post 530 on behalf of the fire department as part of their Hoagies for Heroes event. https://midjersey.news/2021/10/14/robbinsvilles-wawa-grand-opening-and-special-celebration-honoring-40th-anniversary-of-first-ever-supported-employment-associate/?fbclid=IwAR2_2HzWAI07k2eBkP89uDvk2boAGyWoo5iLzDtipYpN6J0CbIuSwIGyY3Q MidJersey.news