201-529-1000, ext. 275 (non-emergency)
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The Department of Emergency Services consists of the Ambulance Corps, the Ambulance Corps, The Volunteer Fire Department, and the Office of Emergency Management.
The Ambulance Corps consists of two volunteer companies, Ambulance & Rescue Squad #1 on Franklin Turnpike and Ambulance Squad #4 in Fardale. They serve the residents of Mahwah seven days a week, 24 hours a day, every day of the year, along with the three county parks: Darlington, Campgaw Ski Center and the Ramapo Reservation, and including 7 miles of Route 287 between Franklin Lakes and New York State.
The Mahwah Fire Department consists of 200 volunteers divided into five companies, covering all areas of the Township. Each of the companies specializes in a different type of emergency so that the residents can be protected under all conditions:
For volunteer inquiries all Fire Departments meet every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for Training.
Fire Company #1 Rescue Squad: 100 Miller Road
Fire Company #2 Hazardous Material: 60 Island Road
Fire Company #3 Breathing Apparatus and Command Post Operations: Roszanski Lane
Fire Company #4 Elevator Rescue: 50 Fardale Avenue
Fire Company #5 Tanker Operations: Stag Hill Road
Raymond Roe-Director of Emergency Services,
Edward Garza, Deputy Director
Lt. Stuart Blank, Deputy Director