This July despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the volunteers of Mahwah Fire Company 1 responded to 40 calls for service. 5 Brush Fires 2 Carbon Monoxide Alarms 1 Dispatched Structure Fire 3 Dive Team Requests 3 EMS Assists 16 Fire Alarms 1 Fluid Spill 2 Gas Leaks 4 Smoke Conditions 2 Smells of Smoke 1 Technical Rescue As always the 100% volunteer members of Mahwah Fire are ready t respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Photo from Randy Sterbinsky: The building is ‘the old ice house at Winters Pond, Halloween night. Don Vilmar drove 3 cars out of this barn under the protection of hose lines! Something out of Hollywood! It’ll always be engraved in my mind as I witnessed it as an officer’
On June 27th, 1919 the Mahwah Fire Department was admitted to the New York-New Jersey Volunteer Firemen s Association. That was a direct reflection of the hard work our founders put in. In less than five years from its creation, the Mahwah Fire Department was recognized as a peer to the older more established departments in New Jersey and New York.
This June despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the volunteers of Mahwah Fire Company 1 responded to 37 calls for service. 4 Brush Fires 1 Carbon monoxide Alarm 2 Dispatched Structure Fires 3 EMS Assists 1 Elevator Rescue 23 Fire Alarms 2 Gas Leaks 1 Mutual Aid Request For The Airboat As always the 100% volunteer members of Mahwah Fire are ready t respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
On October 17th, 1973 Franklin Turnpike in Mahwah was renamed Mahwah Firemen Turnpike in honor of the township’s volunteer firefighters. Mayor Livingstone Goodman (upper right) took part in the dedication ceremonies along with Fire Chief Edward Wysocki (upper left), Joe Girvan (lower left), battalion chief, and Harold Pfitzner, first assistant.
This May despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the volunteers of Mahwah Fire Company 1 responded to 18 calls for service. 3 EMS Assists 1 Elevator Rescue 8 Fire Alarms 2 Gas Leaks 1 Smell of Smoke 1 Technical Rescue 2 Working Fires As always the 100% volunteer members of Mahwah Fire are ready t respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Cindy (left) and Embers, the official mascots of Mahwah Volunteer Fire Company One, are proudly displayed by their owner Kenneth Werring (foreground) and Steve Jackson. The volunteers will parade the two Dalmatians June 2 at the Ramsey Fire Dept.’s 75th anniversary parade. Fire departments from 75 other area communities will also participate. MAY 26 1974 Photo courtesy of Ann Straut-Esden
This April despite the COVID-19 pandemic the Volunteer Firefighters of Mahwah Company 1 responded to 28 calls for service. 1 Dispatched Structure Fire 5 EMS Assists 2 Electrical Issues 1 Elevator Rescue 12 Fire Alarms 5 Gas Leaks 2 Smoke Conditions As always, the 100% volunteer members of Mahwah Fire are ready to respond 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The first equipment for the MFD was a Brockway fire truck that was acquired on September 18, 1915. Later in 1925 the department purchased its first modern truck, a Buffalo Larabie (pictured) with 500 gallon-per-minute triple combination pumps. As for the membership, Charles Winter became the first president and the Millard Cooper became the first Chief. Chief Cooper’s garage was used as the first firehouse located on Hillside Ave, right around the corner from our present location.