Welcome to the MLFD

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To strive with a positive and professional attitude to provide competent emergency services to the citizens who live, work and visit Mount Laurel Township.

"PROVIDE SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE"

Volunteer Today:

We are looking for all types of volunteers... volunteer

Ages 14 and up.

 

BE A PART OF YOUR FIRE DEPARTMENT!

 

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Join Our Email List:

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tips, upcoming events and meetings.

 

 

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Board Meetings:

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The next WORK SESSION of the Fire Commissioners is APRIL 06.

 

The next REGULAR MEETING is APRIL 20.

 

CLICK HERE for the upcoming agenda
(when available)
 

WhatsNew:

Connect with NJOEM

njoemFor information about the latest weather emergencies, the NJOEM works closely with the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center regarding storm predictions and forecasts.

CLICK HERE for some of the most credible online services used by the NJOEM.


New Hours at MLFD

new hoursEffective Monday, November 4, 2013, Fire Headquarters will be open Monday through Friday from 8am-4pm.

Please plan accordingly for office business.


smoke detector inspectionsMount Laurel Fire Department is now accepting ONLINE smoke detector applications. To fill out a smoke detector certification application ONLINE and schedule an appointment, CLICK HERE.


Change Your Battery

change your clock, change your batteryWith Daylight Saving Time just beginning, don't forget to change your smoke detector battery when you change your clocks.


Now accepting VISA/MasterCard/Discover

visa/mastercardMount Laurel Fire Department is now accepting Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Debit cards for payment of fees and services!


Great News for Our Residents!

energizer batteryDue to the recent receipt of a grant from Energizer Battery company, our Fire Prevention Bureau will now assist you with the replacement of 9-volt batteries and AA batteries. Please contact the Fire Prevention Bureau for more information!


Operation Save-A-Life

operation save a lifeIn cooperation with Channel 6, Kidde, The Home Depot and Toyota, we are proud to offer smoke detectors at no charge to you to ensure that you and your loved ones are safe! Please CLICK HERE for more information.


Would you like a tour or for us to participate in an event?

We're here for you.  Just put your request in writing.  Make sure you include the following:

  • your contact information
  • date of your event
  • type of event
  • the number of people attending
  • location of your event
  • any special requests for your event

Then address it and mail it to:

Mount Laurel Fire Department
Attention:  John Colucci, Chief of Department
69 Elbo Lane
Mount Laurel, NJ  08054

Would you like to request the use of one of our facilities?

Just fill out a Facilities Request Form and submit it to us for approval by our Board of Commissioners.  Please be aware that our facilities can only be used for township community type events, i.e. meetings, blood drives, etc.  There is never any alcohol allowed in any of our facilities.

You can download and print a Facilities Request Form by clicking here.

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Updated: March 2013

RecentEvents:

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Updated: March 2013

2015 Child Safety Seat Inspections

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The Burlington County Sheriff’s Department will once again be sponsoring a free Child Safety Seat Checkpoint at all three of our MLFD firehouses.

According to officials, nationally, about 75 percent of the child safety seats are installed incorrectly prior to the intervention of a trained child safety seat technician.

The dates, times and locations of these FREE Safety Seat Checks can be found below:

APRIL 18

9am to 12pm
Station 361
105 Masonville Road

JUNE 13

9am to 12pm
Station 362
3824 Church Road

AUGUST 29

9am to 12pm
Station 363
69 Elbo Lane

 

Member Gets Promoted to Battalion Chief

On Monday, March 16, 2015, William E. McCorkle was promoted to the rank of Battalion Chief. Bill became a member with the Cherry Hill Fire Department in 1996 prior to moving to Mount Laurel. He joined the Mount Laurel Fire Department in 2000 and has been very active throughout the years. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and works locally in the private industry as an engineer. During the course of his volunteer fire service career, he has acquired a number of state fire certifications, which, coupled with his education, makes him a highly qualified and strong contributor, both operationally and administratively. In 2003, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and in 2005, he was promoted to the rank of Captain. He is a strong advocate and spends much time mentoring our younger explorer and junior members as the program manager.

We appreciate his service to our community and department and wish him much success in his new position.

 

MLFD Welcomes New Career Firefighters

The Department welcomes two new IGT career firefighters to fill vacancies created from retirements. William Glassman, Jr. (center left) comes to us from Bridgeton and Kevin Tirotta (center right) comes to us from North Wildwood. They were selected among many applicants who applied and have diverse backgrounds which will further enhance our department.

We look forward to working with them and wish them much success in their new careers with our department.

 

Residents, Mount Laurel Fire Department Thanks You

We thank you for your continued support with the approval of the 2015 operating budget. There was overwhelming support by our residents and we are grateful. Members of the Mount Laurel Fire Department are committed to serving our community by providing you with exemplary fire, rescue and first responder medical services. Our goal is to provide an efficient response 24/7 to your emergency or call for service needs to minimize impacts that you or your family may be facing. Please contact us at our administrative offices if we can be of assistance to you as a resident or business person. We care about serving you!

For the "official" election results, please CLICK HERE.

 

Former Member Robert Corrigan promoted in Philadelphia

The Mount Laurel Fire Department would like to congratulate past member Robert Corrigan for his promotion today (3/2/15) in joining the executive staff of the Philadelphia Fire Department promoted to the rank of Deputy Fire Commissioner of Technical Services (Car 3). Deputy Fire Commissioner Corrigan has been with the Philadelphia Fire Department for 20 yrs. and also serves as a Captain with the US Navy, City of Philadelphia.

We wish you much success in your new position.

 

 

Kidde Recalls Fire Extinguisher

Kidde is recalling disposable plastic fire extinguishers due to failure to discharge.

A faulty valve component can cause the disposable fire extinguishers not to fully discharge when the lever is repeatedly pressed and released during a fire emergency, posing a risk of injury.

 

For all the detailed information and remedies on this important recall, CLICK HERE or on the picture left.

 

 

Important Memo for our Residents

 

Carbon Monoxide Safety Tip

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a gas. It has no odor. CO gas is poisonous. It can make a person feel sick and can be deadly. In the home, heating and cooking devices that burn fuel can be sources of carbon monoxide.

 

Click on the link below for additional Carbon Monoxide safety information.

http://www.nfpa.org/safety-information/for-consumers/fire-and-safety-equipment/carbon-monoxide/carbon-monoxide-safety-tips

 

September 11, 2001 Memorial Fund Drive

IAFF Local 4408 in cooperation with the Mount Laurel Fire Department has begun taking donations to create a memorial to remember those lost on September 11, 2001. The focal point of the memorial will be a steel I-beam from the World Trade Center, generously donated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. We are asking for your monetary support to create a fitting memorial that will last for years to come. You can use the PayPal button below for your donation or visit our website at www.iaff4408.com/memorial.php. Thank you in advance for your support.


 

Email us your comments

Let us know of your ideas or concerns about your fire department.  We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have about our operation.  Email us at administration@mountlaurelfire.org.

 

 
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