Recent Calls
Tue. May 18th 2021
At 12:59 hours, TF29, Rescue 674 from Joint Base and Virtua Paramedics were dispatched to Route 72 and Anna Street for a reported MVA with entrapment. 2901 arrived and reported a dump truck and motorc...
Sat. May 15th 2021
At 00:38 hours, TF29 and mutual aid companies were dispatched to the the 100 Block of Route 72 for a reported apartment fire. 2901 arrived and reported fire showing from an apartment building and plac...
Sun. May 2nd 2021
At 15:20 hours 2982 and Virtua ALS were dispatched for an unconscious person. 2900/2982 arrived and reported there was no need for EMS at the scene and recalled the assignment, scene was turned over t...
Sun. May 2nd 2021
At 12:06 hours, TF29 was dispatched to Route 532 in the area of Ringler Ave for a motorcycle accident. Chief 2900 arrived to find the incident as reported. The rider refused medical treatment. Chief 2...
Thu. Apr 29th 2021

At 13:22, 2901 handled a general fire alarm. Alarm contractor failed to notify the alarm company of the work being completed, there was no hazard found. 2901 recalled the assignment.
News Headlines
Fri. May 8th 2020
The members and officers of Woodland Volunteer Fire and EMS would like to extend a special thank you to Seneca High School Student Council, Waller's Deli, and Russo's Farm Market. Your support...
Wed. Dec 6th 2017
On December 4th, the company held its annual elections of company officers, the officers for 2018 will be: 2018 LINE OFFICERS:2900-Chief-Shawn Viscardi ...
Wed. Aug 16th 2017
Today the Chief was notified by Senators Menendez and Booker that we have been awarded another grant for $57,068.00. This grant will be used to purchase 2 new thermal imaging cameras to replace the 24...
Sat. Apr 1st 2017
We are please to report one of our own has been hired by the Department of the Army as a career firefighter. Michael Forlines will be starting the 3rd at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin as an entry level fire...
Fri. Nov 25th 2016
During the remodeling the old kitchen openings were closed in to accommodate the new exhaust hood system and to meet new codes, the walls now have fiberglass paneling put up for easier cleaning, soon ...


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Station #1  Route 563 & 532, Chatsworth 

In October-December 2012 the firehouse received a facelift of new paint and exterior lighting. This was the result of the Hedger House donating all the supplies needed.  

The old underground fuel tank was removed and the septic system was repaired at the same time.

The parking lot was paved by the Township, the cost was offset by auctioning off 5 vehicles that were out of service for various reasons.

Station #2  Locust Trail, Lebanon Lakes Development     

 In the fall of 2012, the septic system leech field was replaced by A & A Construction, all underground fuel and oil tanks were removed. 

Station #2 exterior was finally finished in early September 2013, again a big THANKS to the Hedger House for making this possible. Members cleaned the exterior, the old eye soar storage container was removed, the old inoperable siren was removed. Next up will be the insides of both stations.

During early 2014 the apparatus bay ceilings were replaced at station 2 along with all new wiring and energy-efficient lights, the interior was painted and new metal gear racks were installed. In the fall all new wood was replaced above the office and day-room and then a new roof was installed on the entire building along with new seamless gutters.

Early 2015 the office and day-room was remodeled, members did 95% of the work. Bear Electric did all new wiring and fixtures throughout the areas, at the same time a new energy-efficient furnace was installed by Myers Heating and Cooling. All the work was inspected and approved.  August 2015, another project has been completed as the security block glass was installed by Fred Nichols Glass in 5 former window openings, as residents know the windows have been boarded up for many years and were an eyesore, well now the firehouse has natural light and we are able to get ventilation throughout the building.

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