Florence Township Fire Department



Golf Outing

In 1995, the Roebling Volunteer Fire Company #3 began a very successful community golf outing. In 2006, the Florence Township Fire Company #1 and Florence Township Police Officers Association (F.O.P. Lodge #210) combined to continue the tradition. Each year over 150 people support and enjoy the tournament.



Through the generosity of golfers and sponsors, we were able to establish the Richard Yurcisin Florence Township Emergency Services Award. This $500 award is given each year to two graduates of Florence Township Memorial High School who will continue their education in some type of community service profession.



This year, the golf outing is scheduled for August 16th at Hanover Golf Club with a new starting time of 12:00 pm.



Please click on the more information for information on advertising and golfing in this tournament. A $50.00 donation for a small custom made sign ($100.00 for larger custom made sign) or golfing in the tournament will

greatly assist us to continue the scholarship program.



"THANK YOU" for your support over the past years. With your help, we are looking forward to making our 20th year the best one yet!

Parade 2014


On July 12th Florence Township held their annual patriotic day parade.


One of our members, Gary Richardson, was gracious enough to take pictures of the parade as it was passing by his house. We would like to thank Gary for sharing these with us.


If you would like to view them, click here.

Firefighter I Graduates



The Florence Township Fire Department would like to congratulate Brianna Padua, Matt Taylor, and Andrew Leach on passing the Firefighter I exam and becoming certified firefighters in the state of NJ.



RIP Brother...


Our thought and prayers are with the Union Beach Fire Department who had a line of duty death Sunday, June 8th 2014. Please keep the brothers of Union Beach Fire Department and the family of fire fighter Robert Myer in your thoughts.




Florence/Westampton FF Receives an Award


On May 15, 2014 member Keith Fisher was recognized at the 2014 PROCOPS annual award dinner. FF Fisher was recognized for his life saving efforts in 2013. While on his way home from work, he observed a serious motor vehicle accident on High Street in Burlington City where a vehicle had struck and entered a building. FF Fisher along with another civilian entered the building and saw that the driver was unconscious and not breathing. Fisher and the civilian began to remove the driver when a police officer arrived. They were able to remove the driver from the vehicle and building. While the police officer was performing CPR on the driver, Fisher and his partner re-entered the building and began assessing and treating the passenger.


The selfless and quick actions by Fisher and others involved were recognized by the Burlington City Police Department and Burlington County Prosecutors Office.


FF Fisher was very active with the Florence Township Fire Department for many years prior to moving, when he became active with the Westampton Twp. Emergency Services.


Congratulations to Keith and all of the recipients of the 2014 PROCOPS  awards.

Mayors Cup 2014


We would like to congratulate the Florence Township employees for winning the 2014 Mayors Cup. The Florence Township employees defeated the Florence Township teachers for the trophy.



 In the first game of the day, the teachers defeated the police. In the second game, the township defeated the Fire Department.


Click here for more photographs of the day.







Last night at the Florence Township Board of Fire Commissioners meeting Darnell Taylor was honored for his heroic efforts in saving 4 people from the Delaware River on April 15th 2014.



 Darnell risked his life for others. For this, Darnell received the Civilian Medal of Honor.



 We are grateful to have such a great person like Darnell living in this community.





Relay 2014




 The Florence Township Fire Department participated in the Relay for Live held at the Florence Township Memorial High School over the weekend. The event raised over $58,000 in the fight against cancer!!!



 We would like to thank the organizers Barb Fazekas Mayer, Carey Kessler-Trayner, and James Ford for a job well done!



 We would also like to thank Majestic  Fire Apparel for their help in supplying us the purple hoods in time for this event.



 We hope to see all of you again next year!!!





401 Firehouse Lane

Florence, NJ 08518

Phone: 609-499-1393

Fax:     609-499-9776

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