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Are you ready to step up and fight back? Then we need you.

We are your neighbors and friends who have made a commitment to help our communities by volunteering with one of these local fire companies.

Contact the Recruitment Staff @ 1-856-939-6252 or membership@glendorafire.org

Phone: 856-939-6252
(Forย emergenciesย dial 911)

Mailing Address:
22 Eighth Ave.
Glendora, NJ 08029

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History

The initial meeting held on October 27, 1925 in the home of Harry Gross was for the purpose of organizing the Glendora Volunteer Fire Company #1.

Prior to this date the Glendora men had been members of the Chews Landing Company that answered calls in the Glendora area. On November 25, 1925 the first officers were elected and it was decided that Tuesday night would be the time to meet and is still the meeting night of the company.

The first ground purchased by the fire company was the 80โ€™ x 100โ€™ lot on Seventh Avenue for $ 900.00 dollars the first Chief was elected on December 29, 1925. On January 7, 1926 the Incorporation papers were completed and in July the by-laws were accepted.

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New Apparatus update .1.27.2023
Pump and pump module installed basic body construction completed.
Still on track for a March delivery.
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New Apparatus update .1.27.2023
Pump and pump module installed basic body construction completed.
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When is it expected to be done???

You guys going to all small apparatus?

Finally some news from HME on the new Tac Unit.
The body and pump module are being worked on and the chassis is in the production line.
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MLK Day 2023 ... See MoreSee Less

MLK Day 2023

Squad and Utility 81 operating on a 2 car MVA at BHP and E. Evesham Rd.
Please use caution in the area.
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Squad and Utility 81 operating on a 2 car MVA at BHP and E. Evesham Rd.
Please use caution in the area.

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We hope everyone is ok

Happy Kwanzaa from the GFD. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Kwanzaa from the GFD.

Merry Christmas from our Family to yours. ... See MoreSee Less

Merry Christmas from our Family to yours.

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year all! Stay safe & Thank you for all you do!! ๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ

Merry Christmas

Thank you for your service Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Merry Christmas to all! Thank you for all you do

Merry Christmas ๐ŸŽ… ๐ŸŽ„ Glendora fire company...

Merry Christmas to Glendora Fire Company and your family’s merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone.

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We would like to thank everyone who came out to wave and cheer Santa tonight.
Without the support of our great community, there wouldn't be our Operation Santa Run.
See you next year.
Happy Holidays.
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Thanks Santa and all of Glendora Fire Department!

Thank you, always great to see you Santa and your helpers! Merry Christmas

Thank you for coming around. You made my 29 year old autistic son’s week!

Thank you so much & merry Christmas ๐ŸŽ๐ŸŽ„

Thank you! Merry Christmas to all of you

Thank You Awesome Santa People’s ๐ŸŽ„โค๏ธ

Thank you to all from the Glendora Fire department & for driving right past my apartment in Franklin Square! You guys had a long night! Merry Christmas๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„๐Ÿ˜

Thank you all for tonight! What a great night

Thank YOU!! You guys do a great job.

Thank you and have a great and healthy holiday

It was awesome as always! Thank you!!

One of my favorite nights of the year!! Love seeing the kids run the length of our few neighbor houses chasing Santa and the fire trucks!!

Thank you for everything that you do and for volunteering your time for us. โค๏ธ๐ŸŽ„

Thank you and Merry Christmas

You guys are the best thank you

Thank you for all you do

Thank you guys

Glad to

Thank you!!

Thank you!

Thank you

Thank you!!!

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Today Starting @5pm in The Catalina Hills section of Glendora.
The tracker app will be posted before we start.
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Just a Reminder we be starting Operation Santa December 17, at 5pm in the Catalina Hills section of Glendora. Just like before with a Parade of Fire Trucks!

We will make every attempt to hit all the streets.

Don't Chase us we will get to you!

Don't call the Firehouse all the Elfs will be on the trucks, and we will not be answering on social media.

One last request all the elves and Santa are volunteers leaving their families so you can be with yours.. Be kind.

Thank you,
Head Elf.
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Just a Reminder we be starting Operation Santa December 17, at 5pm in the Catalina Hills section of Glendora. Just like before with a Parade of Fire Trucks!
We will make every attempt to hit all the streets.
Dont  Chase us we will get to you!
Dont call the Firehouse all the Elfs will be on the trucks, and we will not be answering on social media.
One last request all the elves and Santa are volunteers leaving their families so you can be with yours.. Be kind.
Thank you, 
Head Elf.

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Thank you all have Merry Christmas! ๐ŸŽ„

PSST! The sleigh has been dropped off to the Fire Station and we are almost ready for this Saturday. ... See MoreSee Less

PSST! The sleigh has been dropped off to the Fire Station and we are almost ready for this Saturday.

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We are ready ๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ„

Someone said there was a locator online or something? Is that true?

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Bingo

BINGO IS POSTPONED

At this time the Glendora Fire Company has decided to postpone bingo for the next 2 weeks (3/18/2020 & 3/25/2020). Please check back for future updates.

Glendora Ballroom and Conference Center
22 Eighth Avenue
Glendora, NJ 08029
1-856-939-4360

How safe is your home?

Fire Prevention

Did you know?

Safety Tips

Most fire fatalities occur in your home.
Fire victims die of smoke inhalation, poisonous gases, or lack of oxygen, not from severe burns!
Cooking is the leading cause of residential fires and burns.
Careless smoking is still the leading cause of residential fire deaths.

Make sure your family has an escape plan.
Sleep with your door closed. A closed door provides safety against heat and smoke.
Install a smoke detector in every bedroom and change the batteries twice a year, use the time change as a reminder.
Crawl low in smoke. In a fire, the super heated air and toxic gases fill the room from the top down. These leaves a โ€œSafety Zone” of breathable air about 12 to 24 inches above the floor.

Have everyone in the household listen to the smoke alarm, so they will be aware of what it sounds like.
Put matches and lighters out of reach of little ones.

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