Wantage Township New Jersey


888 State Highway 23
973-875-7192
administrator@wantagetwp-nj.org


Fire Department

The Wantage Township Fire Department has two companies and is assisted in coverage by two other fire departments. In case of fire call 911, not a specific fire department.

Companies

Wantage Township Company #1
Beemerville Fire Department
227 Route 519, Wantage, NJ 07461
Phone: 973-875-3771
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Wantage Township Company #2
Colesville Fire Department
1202 Route 23, Wantage NJ 07461
Phone: 973-875-5788
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Sussex Fire Department
25 Loomis Avenue, Sussex, NJ 07461
Phone: 973-875-6848 or 6853
Website: sussexfire.com
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Unionville Fire Department
100 Rte 284, Unionville, NY 10988
Phone: 845-726-3880
Web site: www.unionvillefd.com
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2022 Wantage Township Fire Department Line Officers

Position Name
Department Chief Mark Snook
Colesville Station 62
Deputy Chief Leo Kinney Jr.
Captain Mike Ferrarella
1st Lieutenant Todd Tarrant
2nd lieutenant James Courtright Jr.
Beemerville Station 64
Deputy Chief Justin Vandergroef
Captain Hunter Space
1st Lieutenant Will Vallone
2nd Lieutenant John Buskiewicz
Fire Police
Captain Joe Marrocco
Station 62 Lieutenant Ben Langevin
Station 64 Lieutenant Joe Vallone


Ladies Auxiliary of the Sussex Fire Department

Contact: Michelle Clark
25 Loomis Avenue, Sussex, NJ 07461
Phone: 973-875-6848
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Fire Prevention

Wantage has a shared service arrangement with Hardyston Township for Hardyston to handle our Fire Prevention needs.

Contact info:
Eric A. Stahl, Fire Official
Hardyston Township, 149 Wheatsworth Road, Hardyston NJ 07419
Phone: 973-823-7020 ext. 9356
Email: estahl@hardyston.com


Forms and Applications

Fire prevention forms are available for download. See the forms page for the complete list.


Wantage Township First Aid Squad

888 Route 23 South, Wantage, NJ 07461
Phone: 973-875-9924
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2022 Wantage First Aid Squad

Position Name
Captain Stephanie Reinbott
1st Lieutenant Lauren Osborn
2nd Lieutenant vacant
Training Officer Patrick Hanson
President Jeffrey Post
Vice President Stan Gardner
Secretary Marion Porrino
Treasurer Trudy Congdon
Engineer William DeBoer


Reflective Address Signs

We can't help you if we can't find you.

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You can comply with the house numbering requirement of Wantage Township and help support the Wantage First Aid Squad at the same time. Order your double-sided reflective address sign here. The signs have reflective material on both sides, is fade-resistant, and lasts for years. Pre-drilled holes for mounting. Free set up within the Wantage Township service area for persons with disabilities and persons age 65 or older. Note: You are not required to order these particular address signs but you are required to make sure your property properly displays your house number.

Download form to fill out by hand
Download form — print – complete form

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Download form — open — fill out order form – print


Mail your order form and check to: Wantage Township First Aid Squad, P.O. Box 721, Wantage, NJ 07461.
Make checks payable to: Wantage Township First Aid Squad.

Safety Tips

Auxiliary Heating Sources

As the season of cold nights has arrived and people begin using auxiliary heating sources, we would like to remind everyone to be safe. Remember to have chimneys and flues cleaned and inspected. Only burn seasoned firewood, as green wood can lead to a buildup of cresote, which can cause a fire. Never burn scrap lumber, tires, or plastics. This can cause extreame heat that can result in a failure of the appliance or the chimney/flue. It can also give off hazardous gases. Fires should not be left unattended. If you use a space heater, it should be plugged directly into a wall outlet rated for the power required of the heater. They should never be plugged into an extension cord. Space heaters should never be left unattended and should not be operated longer than the manufacture recommends. Operating for too long of a period can lead to a failure and fire. And if you haven't changed your smoke and carbon monoxide alarm batteries, now is the time! Stay safe!
Colesville Fire Company