Tuesday, December 24, 2013
The Little Silver Volunteer Fire Company will be taking Santa around on a fire truck on Christmas Eve this year. If you are a Borough Resident and would like Santa to stop by your house with presents on Christmas Eve, please visit the below link to register online.
Deadline for online registration will be Sunday, December 22nd.
Due to the popular demand of Santa on Christmas Eve, we are unable to guarantee a certain time of arrival. We will be starting at 5 PM and continuing with visits throughout the evening. Present drop off date/time will be provided in the online registration form below.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Congratulations to all of the 2014 elected line officers for the Little Silver Fire Department!Chief of Department: Peter S. GiblinAssistant Fire Chief: Reiss PflegerCaptain: Michael D. VeryFirst Lieutenant: Nicholas Hubbard Jr. Second Lieutenant: Shawn MeryChief Engineer: Peter GaleFirst Assistant Engineer: Thomas MancusoSecond Assistant Engineer: Timothy MickensThird Assistant Engineer: Joseph SenkeleskiFourth Assistant Engineer: James Jiminaro
Saturday, November 30, 2013
The holidays are just around the corner, and that means the annual Christmas tree sales will once again be held at the firehouse. Members started setting up the lot on November 3rd and continue to do work to prepare for opening day. The wreath committee is ready to fill the rack, the first delivery of trees is coming in on Wednesday November 20th and Saturday November 23rd. We have trees, wreaths, roping, grave blankets and other holiday items to help you decorate around the house. The lot, located at the firehouse at 543 Prospect Avenue will open Saturday morning November 30th. Come down and support your local fire department. Happy Holidays!
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Little Silver firefighters have been busy these past few weeks visiting the Borough School's, as well as the private Nursery School's in town to teach the children a little about fire safety. Be sure to go over fire safety with your children, especially with the upcoming holidays!
Sunday, October 20, 2013
The Little SIlver Fire Company sponsored the annual Little Silver Halloween parade this past Sunday. A huge turn out, awesome costumes, and great weather! A perfect day for our small community!
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
LSFD received our new electronic sign board after our old sign board was destroyed during Superstorm Sandy. Thanks to President Jim Jiminaro for his efforts in getting a new sign for LSFD!
Saturday, September 14, 2013
Members of LSFD brought over Engine 2375 to Ryser's Landscape & Supply Yard to participate at their annual "touch a truck." This is a great community event put on by owner Marty Ryser that LSFD was proud to be a part of!
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
LSFD firefighters drilled at an aqcuired structure on Willow Drive practicing ventilation techniques as well as forced entry maneuvers
Monday, August 12, 2013 16:40
Little Silver Police Department received a call for smoke coming from a building on Conover Place. LSPD & LSFD were immediately dispatched to the scene.Both LSFD Chief's along with police units arrived to find heavy smoke coming from the rear of the building. The fire was upgraded to a structure fire response adding a firefighter rescue team (RIT), and Shrewsbury Fire Department to the assignment. Engine 2375 arrived within minutes of the dispatch establishing its own water supply. Little Silver Firefighters along with Shrewsbury initiated an aggressive interior attack holding the fire to the main origin. The fire was found in the basement, extinguished, and searches were conducted. The building was not occupied at the time of the fire.The fire is under investigation by the Red Bank Fire Marshall’s office and Little Silver Police. One firefighter received a minor injury and was treated and released on the scene.Units from Little Silver Fire & EMS, Shrewsbury Fire & EMS, Sea Bright FD, and Rumson FD responded to the incident.
Thursday, August 8, 2013 0929
Station 23-1 was dispatched to a commercial business on Church Street for a reported heavy odor of smoke inside the business. Police Units arrived shortly after dispatch and confirmed a strong odor of smoke inside the building. While responding, Chief 2367 requested Ladder 4590 (Shrewsbury) be special called to the scene. Chief 2367 established command, advising of nothing showing from the exterior, and the business had been evacuated. Engine 2377 responded with a crew of 4 shortly after dispatch. It was reported that when lights were turned on in the business there was a noise coming from a light fixture on the first floor. It was determined by 23 and 45 interior crews that it was a faulty ballast. Crews cleared the scene approximately 30 minutes after dispatch.
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