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Bamber Lakes Fire Co. - Lacey Twp., NJ
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
N 39° 54.179 W 074° 19.344
18S E 557921 N 4417209
Quick Description: This is one of three fire companies which serve Lacey Twp in Ocean County. It serves to help protect local residents from wild fires which have been known to rage in the Pine Barrens.
Location: New Jersey, United States
Date Posted: 4/22/2008 11:53:32 AM
Waymark Code: WM3MYH
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Firefrog69
Views: 22

Long Description:
The website is temporarily down and the station was closed so I was unsuccessful in finding out much information. I did learn the Bamber Lake Vol. Fire Company was awarded $285k grant by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office for Domestic Preparedness to purchase a new pumper fire truck.

One thing I did notice is there are a series of warning sirens mounted on huge poles all connected to this central location. I suppose being located in the Pine Barrens, fires are always imminent so a fire warning system needed to be implemented.

Across the street is a Smokey Bear sign. The fire department is located near the Double Trouble State Forest.


Paid or Volunteer: Volunteer

EMS Involvement: yes

Has 911 Dispatch: yes

Has Emergency Call Box: yes

Has Emergency Siren: yes

Number of Firetrucks: 3

Related Website: [Web Link]

Physical Address:
Lake Road
Lacey Twp., NJ USA
08734


Rating:

Has Fire Pole: Not Listed

Average Alarms Per Year: Not Listed

Number of Emergency Staff: Not Listed

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