Maple Shade Fire Department Serving Maple Shade, NJ Since 1912, the Maple Shade Fire Department is a completely volunteer department serving a community of 20,000 residents. The township is 3.2 square miles situated in western Burlington County, New Jersey. The demographics of Maple Shade include residential single-family homes, numerous garden apartments, commercial businesses and light industry. US highways Rt. 73 & Rt. 38 pass through the town, Maple Shade Fire Department responds to an average of 620 emergency calls a year. This number does not include any EMS services.
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Rest In Peace brother ⚫️🔴⚫️
US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly
Please make sure to stay hydrated and watch out for the elderly and pets!
In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the Calendar week in which May 15th falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others. Please join us in thanking all police officers who selflessly put their lives on the line every for the protection of others! Thank you for all you do. #backtheblue #thinredline #thinblueline
The Officers and Members of the Maple Shade Fire Department extend their deepest sympathies with the Delaware State Police in their tragic line of duty death. #thinblueline #thinredline #togetherwegrieve
The Officers and Members of the Maple Shade Fire Department extend their thoughts and prayers with our brothers and sisters of the FDNY who rang out signal 5-5-5-5, Which the signal rung out in all New York City Fire Department stations since 1870 signaling the passing of a firefighter. Rest easy brother.
The Officers and Members wish to extend a happy and joyous Easter to all of our residents!
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On April 10th 2017, Members conducted a live burn exercises at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center located in Westampton. Members brushed up on skills utilizing the "Vent, enter, search" which is utilizing ground ladders, entering the building and searching rooms for any victims. Members must conduct mandatory training like this multiple times a year to be certified by the department to enter structure fires.