We realize that this time period is a vastly new experience for many in our community. New ideas and concepts have been introduced to our lives and vocabulary – social distancing, self-quarantining, remote work, distance learning, etc. As this situation continues, stay informed through official sources like the NJ Department of Health and other health and safety agencies. And no matter what challenges this week brings to you, rest assured that the SFD continues to be at your service. If you need us, call us – we’ll be there!
Information regarding COVID-19 [Coronavirus], including the Town of Secaucus' response, event cancellations, and CDC recommendations may be found by visiting SecaucusNJ.gov/virus.
The Secaucus Fire Department was formed in 1891. The 1st company was Washington Hook & Ladder. Located at 272 Country & Lincoln Avenue, one ladder truck, one engine, one tanker and two marine units are housed at this location.
The 2nd company, Engine Company #1, was formed in 1900. Located at 150 Plaza Centre Road, one engine, one squad and one marine unit are housed at this location.
The 3rd company, Hose Company #2, was formed in 1907. Located at 746 7th Street, one tower ladder is housed at this location.
The 4th company, Hose Company #1/Engine 2, Rescue, Marine Rescue, was formed in 1911. Located at 1561 Paterson Plank Road, one rescue truck, one engine and one marine unit are housed at this location.
The 5th company, Engine Company #3, was formed in 1922. Located at 146 Centre, one engine is housed at this location.
All members of the Secaucus Fire Department must attend the State Certified Fire Academy and complete the Firefighter I Course. All active members of the department also attend continuing education courses, including Firefighting Safety, Firefighter II, CPR, and Fire Incident Command. Department members continue to attend in-house training to expand their knowledge and keep abreast of new trends. Team members, who are Certified State Instructors, train all other members.
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In Memory Of
Dedicated to the members of the Secaucus Fire Department who gave their lives in the line of duty
John Keilp 3-12-30
George Bellis 3-15-33
Charles Wittreich 5-20-65
William Bo Koenemund 9-2-85
Joseph Tagliareni Jr. 6-13-99