Last Saturday was a busy day for the Department as they responded to a total five calls. The crews stared in the early hours of the morning as 1518 was called to Woodbury to assist the Police to provide lighting. 1517 responded with waters and cones and continued to stay on scene with 1501 to…Details
Tuesday’s Drill gave members an opportunity to refresh important fire ground skills. Crews participated in a routine drafting drill. The crews pulled a draft off Glen Lake with 1512 and placed 1512’s Deck Gun in service. 1512 also supplied 1511 which put its Deck Gun and portable monitor in service. There was a review of…Details
Last night got a little busy for the members of the Woodbury Heights FD. Around 9:30 p.m., the station was dispatched to Gray Fox Animal Hospital for an alarm system. While en route to the station, members were advised of an all-hands working fire in the City of Woodbury. Under the direction of Deputy…Details
Jeffrey Moran presents High Hazard Flammability Trains (HHFT) to members of several Gloucester County fire departments at the Woodbury Heights Fire Station. The HHFT program is funded via grant form the New Jersey Work Environment Council. Thanks to all the stations that came out!
We are having a hoagie sale, this Saturday, March 18th. We will be starting at 10 a.m. and have Turkey, Italian and American for sale. $5 each.
Congratulations are in order to Chief Thomas “Raggs” Radcliff who was sworn in by the Boro at the January 18 meeting to serve as the Chief again this year. In the picture to the left, Chief Radcliff is posing with Mayor and Former Chief Rob Conley. Below right is Chief Radcliff with the Public Safety…Details
Thank you to everyone who came out for our annual tree lighting and visit with Santa. We had a blast hosting it for you!
Here are some pictures from the event!
Please see the below picture for information about our annual tree lighting. It will begin at 6:30 on December 3rd at the Veteran’s Park in Woodbury Heights. We hope to see you there.