Welcome to the East Freehold Fire Company
6 days ago
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1 week ago
We’d just like to take a moment to thank our customers for your continued support during this difficult times for many. We are grateful to have the opportunity to deliver delicious food right to your home to enjoy with your families.
We have been contacted by people within our community to see if they can order food to those who are on the front line protecting and helping us.
Yes we can.
When calling us, please let us know where you’d like the food sent. Day shifts or Night shifts, we will be sure to get the food to them!
CentraState Healthcare System
Monmouth County Sheriff's Office and 911 Dispatchers
Freehold Township Police Department
Freehold First Aid and Emergency Squad
Freehold Township Ind. Fire Company #1
East Freehold Fire Company ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
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This morning we responded to a dump truck overturned on Route 537 & Randolph Road, there was no injuries !! ... See MoreSee Less
I see dump trucks from around the state driving way too fast. I imagine they work by the load. Somebody has to slow them down.
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4 weeks ago
A message to Freehold Township Residents from Mayor Lester A. Preston Jr. Freehold Township has increased our disinfecting and cleaning protocols in our municipal buildings. We urge residents to utilize our drop box for payments and use the online debit card payment option on our website (www.twp.freehold.nj.us) in lieu of visiting town hall. We look forward to coming together as a Township to combat the spread of COVID-19 and confirm to the public our confidence in the safety of our community. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Pass it around to all of your friends on other departments.
Next meeting will be April 8th, 7:30pm @ Farmingdale. ... See MoreSee Less
Fire Elections Today between 2 - 9 p.m. Don't forget to vote! 🇺🇸🚒🇺🇸🚒 ... See MoreSee Less
Last night we had classroom training on our new Paratech Rescue tools. These tools are used for vehicle and building stabilization and also can be used for trench rescue. Thanks to our Training Officer Vinny Lazzara for showing us how to use the tools and the Freehold Twp Board of Fire Commissioners District #2 for purchasing them for us. ... See MoreSee Less
And pry that they never need to be used.
Fire District Elections will be held this Saturday, February 15th from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at each of the fire houses. Addresses listed below. Thank you to all our firefighters at Freehold Township Ind. Fire Company #1 and East Freehold Fire Company.
It is important to remember that, according to State law, any voter who receives a Mail-In Ballot will not be permitted to vote on a voting machine on Election Day. Voters will either have to utilize the Mail-In Ballot they received or vote on a paper provisional ballot at the polls on Election Day.
For more information regarding Vote by Mail Ballots for the upcoming Fire District Elections, please contact the Monmouth County Clerk of Elections Office by phone at 732-431-7790 or by email to ClerkofElections@co.monmouth.nj.us. ... See MoreSee Less
As we approach the upcoming fire district elections, sometimes confusing or misleading things are said in the heat of the election. Therefore, we want to assure the community that we are a first-rate fire company responding to the needs of the community we have proudly served for over 50 years. In 2019, your volunteers responded to almost 500 calls, expending close to 2,000 person hours of service ranging from burnt toast, house fires, motor vehicle accidents with entrapment and mutual aid throughout the county. Alot goes in to preparing to respond to whatever type of call we receive and we spend even more time maintaining our equipment and facilities, training as well as providing other types of community service.
We, like volunteer fire companies across the nation, are finding it increasingly more difficult to recruit new members. Over the past year, we added 3 new, fully qualified members which is not enough to sustain us over the longer term with members leaving the company for college, relocating, etc. We want you to know that the Company is taking steps to address this. We successfully re-introduced our junior program in the late Fall. This program provides an opportunity to learn about the fire service and is open to anyone between the ages of 15 and 18. Juniors between the ages of 16 and 18 are permitted to respond to certain calls and perform limited activities. We now have 4 members. The Company has also established a committee to come up with ideas for recruiting new members. Don’t be surprised to see an upcoming campaign. If you or someone you know would like to find out more message us on this page. Lastly, please come out and support the Fire District Budget on Saturday February 15, between 2:00 and 9;00 pm. At our main station, 191 Dutch Lane Road. ... See MoreSee Less
You guys should get paid though.
You guys are the best!
It’s amazing how many people in the general population think we’re paid. We simply don’t have the time to work two or three jobs, then maintain our homes and families- it ain’t possible. Only a matter of time before we have paid staffing 24/7 throughout our state.
Our 618 family was shaken to the core due to the heartbreaking loss of Stephanie Parze, an extended family member of ours. Usually, I like to keep things like this private but after listening to Edward Parze, I felt the need to publicly share something very personal and important to me. 618 was honored to host Stephanie’s repass. I could never take money from a family during a tragic time like this. I decided to completely donate my services and was humbled when more than 20 of my 618 staff volunteered their services as a gesture of kindness to the Parze family. I am hopeful that these selfless gestures will be followed by many other people. I graciously ask everyone to please take a moment to pass along a gesture of kindness. PAY IT FORWARD. Let’s all be kind and do something good for one another.
I created a go fund me page to help keep Stephanie’s memory alive and to help others in her name. All of the donations will go directly to Stephanie’s father who will create a new foundation to fight domestic violence and to assist with other families of missing persons. Please pass this gesture of kindness along to your friends and family. Even if you can’t donate, a simple “share” will help. Thank you for your consideration. gf.me/u/xgtt8p
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Heavy steel bottles on demand taught in the fire academy about disconnect the hose from the regulator and stuffing it in turnout coat if out of air
Congratulations to Joe Chiusano (R) on graduating from the Monmouth County Fire Academy!!! Shown below with his father Life Member Joe Chiusano! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats! Get After It 👊🏼 🔥
Congratulations, father and son... Be safe...
Congratulations and best of luck young man.
Congratulations! Now the learning begins. Pay attention to those you work with. All you have is the basics.
Congrats and stay safe
Have you checked out the Freehold Township Webpage lately? If not, take a look. It is always updated with current meetings and information. Here's the latest message from Mayor Preston.
www.twp.freehold.nj.us <--- check it out!
2020 Mayor Lester A. Preston Jr.
It is an honor for me to once again serve as the Mayor of Freehold Township for 2020. Together, the Township Committee and I, while working with the Township Administrator, our professionals and our employees, continue to address the important issues facing all of us who live and work in Freehold Township as well as the day-to-day operations. Being liaisons to our various subcommittees, working with our Municipal Departments and meeting with different community organizations gives us the opportunities and occasions to meet and speak with our residents and business owners. That is, in part, what makes Freehold Township a family town. With that in mind, I would be remiss if I did not thank the many residents who volunteer to serve on our Boards, Committees and Commissions for devoting their time to our Hometown. From the recreational programs in our parks to the activities in our Senior Center, there is always so much to do throughout the various seasons of the year. Residents can keep informed about our activities and special events through our website and our Facebook page. We are especially thankful for the members of our Police Department, our firefighters and our First Aid members for their dedication to serving and saving the lives of our residents and visitors. My colleagues on the Township Committee join me in wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2020.
Lester A. Preston Jr.
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Thank you Freehold Township Police Department for keeping our families safe.
Stay safe!Law enforcement officers are husbands, wives, sons, daughters, mothers and fathers. Every day, these individuals leave their homes and loved ones to uphold the oath they took to protect and serve their communities.
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day and we would like to extend our appreciation to the Freehold Township Police Department, the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office and all law enforcement officers who are always there when we need them. ... See MoreSee Less
East Freehold Fire Company updated their cover photo.
3 months ago
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NYD swearing in of our Line & Executive Officers ! ... See MoreSee Less