We would like to thank Fail Safe Testing for dedicating their time this morning to test our active and reserve hose lengths. It is essential that are hose lengths are tested annually to ensure that our apparatuses can safely pump and supply water during an emergency when needed, not to mention it gives us the opportunity to replace any hose lengths that are not working up to standard. Thank you again Fail Safe for your continued friendship, hard work and professionalism!

Apr 24th 6:21pm • No Comments

Multiple agencies throughout Monmouth County are currently operating at a 4th alarm residential structure fire in Rumson. Please avoid the area if possible as operations continue. To gain additional updates as they are received, please follow Monmouth County Police, Fire & EMS. We are wishing all our brothers and sisters a safe return back home.

#EveryoneGoesHome
#TogetherAsOne
#MonmouthCountyFire

Apr 20th 3:55pm • 1 Comment

This morning, members of Tinton Falls Emergency Services lined up to head the annual little league parade into Hockhockson Park for opening day! We wish all the athletes and teams a successful and injury free season! Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 Northside Engine Company #4 Tinton Falls EMS South #District36

Pictured below:
Ladder 36-2-90
Ambulance 36-22
Engine 36-1-80
Chief 36-3-66
Engine 36-3-77
Ladder 36-4-91
Brush 36-1-94

Apr 18th 12:39pm • No Comments

Some recent photos of Ladder 36-2-90 clearing up at a commercial structure fire on Asbury Ave. and preparing for the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Belmar captured by Ken Ro!

Apr 17th 3:55pm • No Comments

The second week of April each year is know as the National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! This week, we would like to express our thanks to the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office - Communications Division for everything that you have done, do and will continue to do in order to keep our Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs safe as they perform their duties!

Apr 17th 3:49pm • No Comments

This morning, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Sunset Ave in Ocean Twp. (Wanamassa primary) for a General Alarm for a working commercial structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 2-66 along with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 10 RIT members. Chief 1-66 assumed RIT Command and staged the RIT crew on the A/D corner of the structure while crews from Oakhurst and Wanamassa were venting/suppressing the fire. Great job by all agencies involved! Oakhurst Independent Hose Company No. 1 Wanamassa Fire Company

#EveryoneGoesHome

Apr 15th 4:37pm • 1 Comment

Sunday evening, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to McCabe Ave in Bradley Beach for a 2nd Alarm working residential structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 1-67, 2-66 along with Engine 1-76 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 13 RIT members. Chief 2-66 assumed RIT Command and split up crews into 2 teams being able to monitor a full 360 of the structure on both the A/D corner and B/C corner. Great job by all agencies involved! Bradley Beach Fire Department Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Neptune City Fire Dept @Avon Fire Department , Avon by the Sea, NJ

Apr 1st 6:19pm • 1 Comment

Thursday evening, members of Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 attended Middletown Township Fire Department Training Academy to practice and advance their fire-ground skills through live burn training. Crews worked together on advancing multiple hand lines for fire suppression, throwing ladders/ladder placement, victim search and rescue techniques such as VEIS, and engine pump training. Thank you to the instructors of Middletown Fire Academy for supervising and providing us with insight on areas we can improve on to better serve our communities and mutual aid companies. Train hard and train often! #Distrcit36 #District36RIT #WaysideFireCompany #TintonFallsFireCompany #Brotherhood

Mar 28th 11:26am • No Comments

Yesterday evening, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Emery Ave in Neptune Twp. for a 2nd Alarm working residential (apartment complex) structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 1-67, 2-66 along with Engine 1-76 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 14 RIT members. Chief 1-67 assumed RIT Command and split up crews into 2 teams being able to monitor a full 360 of the structure on both the A and C sides. Due to the amount of manpower the RIT team had, we were able to spare some members to assist in overhaul once the fire was knocked down and under control. Another great job by all agencies involved in an aggressive but safe stop to the fire! Hamilton Fire Company @Liberty Fire Company Shark River Hills Fire Company Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Neptune OEM - Office of Emergency Management

Mar 26th 5:23pm • 1 Comment

We would like to thank the town of Belmar and its residents for allowing us to participate in the Annual Firefighters March, Belmar St. Patricks Day Parade again this past year. As always, the day was filled with great laughs with great friends! Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 Wanamassa Fire Company Allenhurst Fire Department

Mar 10th 3:22pm • No Comments

Please help support our brothers and sisters in Bradley Beach during their fund raiser.

Bradley Beach Fire Department

It's coming! Capt'n Scott's Hand Battered All You Can Eat Fish Fry
Extravaganza! At the Bradley Beach Fire Department 815 Main Street, Bradley Beach

Mar 3rd 11:17am • No Comments

Saturday afternoon, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Emery Ave in Neptune Twp. for a 2nd Alarm working residential structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 1-67, 2-66 along with Engine 1-76 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 13 RIT members. Great work by all agencies involved in an aggressive but safe stop! Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Hamilton Fire Company Shark River Hills Fire Company @Liberty fire Company Neptune City Fire Department Asbury Park Fire Department

Mar 2nd 4:21pm • No Comments

This afternoon, Wayside Fire Company along with Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Northside Engine Co. 4 were dispatched to Reeds Road for a reported basement fire with flames showing. Chief 1-67 along with Engine 1-78, Ladder 2-90 and Ladder 4-91 responded to the call. Upon arrival Chief 1-67 established command and notified crews that the house was evacuated and that the reported fire was knocked down. The crew of 1-78 remained on location and overhauled the structure while Ladder 2-90 and Ladder 4-91 were released.Chief 1-67 had command of the incident.

Feb 25th 5:59pm • No Comments

On Monday evening, members from Fair Haven Fire Dept. Station 13-1 came to Wayside Fire Company to utilize our state certified training facility (maze) to teach probationary/cadet firefighters some of the basics behind search and rescue. Under the supervision of LT. 2-69 and other Wayside firefighters, these firefighters practiced right handed searches, wall breaches, low profile movements, and various obstacles/entanglements all in low visibility with the 2-in-2-out method. By giving these younger firefighters a sense of some things that they may face in their future career now, they are able to build upon their strengths and weaknesses to better themselves and other firefighters around them.

It was an absolute pleasure to work with these younger firefighters again who have already answered the call of duty to serve their communities. We look forward to seeing you guys come back again soon. From your Wayside brothers...stay safe, train hard, and train often.

Feb 25th 3:04pm • No Comments

On Monday evening, members from @Fair Haven Fire Dept. Station 13-1 came to Wayside Fire Company to utilize our state certified training facility (maze) to teach probationary/cadet firefighters some of the basics behind search and rescue. Under the supervision of LT. 2-69 and other Wayside firefighters, these firefighters practiced right handed searches, wall breaches, low profile movements, and various obstacles/entanglements all in low visibility with the 2-in-2-out method. By giving these younger firefighters a sense of some things that they may face in their future career now, they are able to build upon their strengths and weaknesses to better themselves and other firefighters around them.

Fair Haven Fire Department Maze Training at Wayside Fire Company

On Monday evening, members from @Fair Haven Fire Dept. Station 13-1 came to Wayside Fire Company to utilize our state certified training facility (maze) to teach probationary/cadet firefighters some of the basics behind search and rescue. Under the supervision of LT. 2-69 and other Wayside firefighters, these firefighters practiced right handed searches, wall breaches, low profile movements, and various obstacles/entanglements all in low visibility with the 2-in-2-out method. By giving these younger firefighters a sense of some things that they may face in their future career now, they are able to build upon their strengths and weaknesses to better themselves and other firefighters around them.

Feb 25th 2:42pm • No Comments

Congratulations to District 1 Commissioners Carl Bowles and Andrew Calvo. We would like to thank out going Commissioner Colleen Connolly for her service and dedication to our fire companies and the residents of District 1.

Feb 21st 10:47pm • 1 Comment

VOTERS!!!! THE POLLS ARE STILL OPEN AND WE URGE YOU TO DRIVE WITH CAUTION DUE TO THE WEATHER!!!

The polls will remain open until 9 PM...for those of you in town who are unaware in which district you live in follow the tip below...

The Districts divide along Tinton Avenue!!!

From the north side of Tinton Ave on up is considered District 2 (including St. John, Duke, and Penn Cts off of Water) where voters can vote at Northside Engine Co. 4 from 2 PM - 9 PM.
From the south side of Tinton Ave on down is considered District 1 where voters can vote at Wayside Fire Company No. 2 from 2 PM - 9 PM.

Drive safely if you are coming to vote, we look forward to seeing you!

Feb 21st 6:22pm • No Comments

Tinton Falls Voters - This Saturday, February 21st are the Fire District elections for Tinton Falls Fire Districts 1 and 2. It is essential that you come out and vote on the spots that are up for election. Why you may ask...and the answer is simple. Our fire commissioners are the backbone to our organization, taking care of everything needed in order for us to operate at the highest standard for our town and its citizens. Without them, we wouldn't have the station we have, the trucks we have, the equipment we have, and the training we have. So be sure to spread the word and encourage people to go out and VOTE!

The Districts divide along Tinton Avenue!!!

From the north side of Tinton Ave on up is considered District 2 (including St. John, Duke, and Penn Cts off of Water) where voters can vote at Northside Engine Co. 4 from 2 PM - 9 PM.
From the south side of Tinton Ave on down is considered District 1 where voters can vote at Wayside Fire Company No. 2 from 2 PM - 9 PM.

We look forward to seeing you vote this Saturday!!!

Feb 18th 5:14pm • No Comments

Yesterday evening, at 5:05 PM, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Armstrong Blvd in Oakhurst (Twin Brook Village Apartment Complex) for a 2nd Alarm working structure fire. Chief 2-66 along with Ladder 2-90, Rescue 2-85 and Engine 1-76 responded to the scene with a total of 14 RIT Members. Once on location, Chief 2-66 took over RIT command and split up the RIT Members into 2 active teams led by LT. 2-69 and LT. 2-70 to cover a full 360 of the structure. The crews set up various ground ladders on both sides of the structure to assure safe means of egress for members operation on the 2nd division as well as the roof. A great aggressive and safe stop by Oakhurst Independent Hose Company No. 1 to control the blaze and minimize the damage. Great teamwork by all agencies involved! Township of Ocean Police Department Wanamassa Fire Company West Long Branch Fire Co. #2 Oakhurst First Aid Squad @Monmouth County EMS Task Force

2/16/15 RIT Assignment in Oakhurst

Yesterday evening, at 5:05 PM, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Armstrong Blvd in Oakhurst (Twin Brook Village Apartment Complex) for a 2nd Alarm working structure fire. Chief 2-66 along with Ladder 2-90, Rescue 2-85 and Engine 1-76 responded to the scene with a total of 14 RIT Members. Once on location, Chief 2-66 took over RIT command and split up the RIT Members into 2 active teams led by LT. 2-69 and LT. 2-70 to cover a full 360 of the structure. The crews set up various ground ladders on both sides of the structure to assure safe means of egress for members operation on the 2nd division as well as the roof. A great aggressive and safe stop by Oakhurst Independent Hose Company No. 1 to control the blaze and minimize the damage. Great teamwork by all agencies involved! Township of Ocean Police Department Wanamassa Fire Company West Long Branch Fire Co. #2 Oakhurst First Aid Squad @Monmouth County EMS Task Force

Feb 17th 8:43pm • No Comments


 

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