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Welcome to the Montgomery Township Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 web site. Our mission is to save lives and protect our residents, property and the environment as well as educate our community. Known as Station 45, we are proud to serve Montgomery Township, Somerset County and Mercer County, New Jersey. Some of our services include Residential & Commercial Firefighting, Brush Firefighting, General Rescue, Jaws-of-Life, Motor Vehicle Entrapment, Water Rescue, Fire Prevention Awareness & Safety, along with many other services.

All members of our fire department are volunteers. We receive no payment as individuals for any type of service we provide to the community. The average member donates about 350 hours of his/her time per year. We are a fully staffed professional fire department running twenty four hours a day, 365 days a year. In addition to our Fire Fighting staff, we also work closely with the Police Department, Emergency Medical Service and sister station to serve the 22,254 residents (Census 2010) of Montgomery Township covering 32.25 square miles.

Feel free to browse our site or email info@mtvfc1.org if you have any additional questions.

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75th Anniversary registration form now available on our events page.

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Volunteers Wanted

Volunteer Need

Station 45 is a 100% volunteer station staffed by dedicated men and women who respond to emergencies 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We are always in need of hardworking individuals who would like to make a difference in their community. All members are provided the equipment and training to safely and effectively perform the duties of a firefighter. The basic 140 hour firefighter training course is given twice a year at the Somerset County Emergency Services Training Academy located in Hillsborough Township and must be completed within one year of becoming a member. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age, If you are interested in becoming a part of a great community organization and helping your neighbors please stop by the firehouse on any monday night at 7:30pm to learn more about becoming a firefighter.

 


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Congratulations to our two most recent graduates from the Somerset County Fire Academy's Firefighter One Training Course. Robert King and Frank Bouchonville shown here flanking Chief Huxley.

 

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