The Official Web Site of the
Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company
We would like to take a moment to welcome everyone to the new Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company website. We've taken a lot of time to develop a new site to make it more user-friendly and provide more information to our members and to you, the general public. In the future, you will even be able to make your Annual Fund Drive donations through our web site. Please feel free to look around, search for information, leave a comment in our guestbook, or send us an email if you have any questions. We look forward to meeting and talking with you, and having you join us for our yearly events such as our annual Memorial Day Parade, Halloween at the Firehouse, and seeing you on our Santa run.
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Although this year was not the typical "Norman Rockwell Painting" that Assemblyman Pete Biondi so fondly spoke about for years, the Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company still managed to give the residents of the village a reason to smile and celebrate this Memorial Day. Not only was the qu...
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the usual Memorial Day parade and ceremony cannot take place. Instead, we will host a procession of emergency vehicles from Branchburg, Hillsborough, Montgomery, and Three Bridges. The procession will follow the normal parade route of Maple Avenue to Pearl Street to Oli...
Today April 11th the Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company was proud to drive the Easter Bunny around our response area to see all the children of every age. The Easter Bunny was happy to see everyone who came out to see him. We would like to give a special thank you to United Rent All for helping us...
Monday April 6, 2020 the Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched with the Hillsborough fire district for a brush fire behind Ann Van Middlesworth Park. Brush 48 and Tanker 48 responded to assisted units from Flagtown Fire, Hillsborough Fire Company #2, Woods Road Fire, and the New Jersey...
Crews from Station 48 spent a majority of last night and the early hours of this morning on a mutual aid assignment in Bound Brook on a multi-alarm structure fire. Brush 48 was requested to assist in extinguishing spot fires in remote locations while Tender 48 was assigned to SCTF 3 then later to SC...
Neshanic Vol Fire Co and the Hillsborough Fire District were dispatched for the chimney fire. On scene Deputy 37 advised of a working fire in the chimney with possible extension into the structure. The fire was extinguished quickly and overhaul was completed to save the structure. Great job by all o...
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