Department Information

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department is a combination career/volunteer fire department located in Mercer County New Jersey.

Formed in 1963 as the Washington Volunteer Firemen, the fire department began as an all volunteer organization. The department has evolved into a municipal fire department, operated by the Township of Robbinsville, staffed 24/7 by career personnel and supplemented by volunteer duty crew personnel.

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Our Vision

The Robbinsville Township Fire Department seeks to be a respected and productive organization in Robbinsville Township and the surrounding communities in Central New Jersey by providing quality services in an efficient manner.

The Department strives to be considered an “Employer of Choice” by its employees, their peers and other organizations in our community.

Our Core Values

  • HONOR
  • INTEGRITY
  • PRIDE
  • PROFESSIONALISM

Contact Info

Mailing Address
1149 Route 130
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
  • Emergency: 911
  • Station Phone: 609.259.7814
24/7
staffed career personnel
21
career firefighters
24+
Personnel
10
Apparatus

Department News

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On behalf of the Robbinsville Fire Department, we would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

🦃 This holiday is the number one day for cooking fires in the nation - be fire safe. 🦃
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On behalf of the Robbinsville Fire Department, we would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! 
🦃 This holiday is the number one day for cooking fires in the nation - be fire safe. 🦃

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Happy Thanksgiving tks for working stay safe

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you again for all that you do for our community 😊

Happy Thanksgiving, especially to those who are on shift today keeping us safe. Thanks for all you do!

Happy Thanksgiving! Thank you for your service.

Thanks for all you do. Have a Happy and safe Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Stay safe! 🖤❤️🖤

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁

Happy Thanksgiving

We are thankful for you all. Be safe!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Happy Thanksgiving brothers---be safe in all you do!

Happy thanksgiving 🍁🦃

Thank you for all you do!

Happy Tday guys. Please be safe

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🍁 Stay safe

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**REMINDER**

The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging.

Collection will continue until the week of December 5th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time.
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**REMINDER**
The annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys at the fire station located at 1149 Route 130. All toys must be new, unwrapped, and in original packaging. 
Collection will continue until the week of December 5th for children/families in need during the holiday season. For those dropping off at the fire station the collection boxes are located in the foyer which is accessible via the main entrance. Donations may be made at any time.Image attachmentImage attachment

November 14-18 is Crash Responder Safety Week.

Nearly once every week, a first responder is killed while attempting to clear a roadway accident.

Under New Jersey's "Move Over" law, drivers are required to reduce their speed and change lanes when approaching an authorized emergency vehicle. These vehicles include tow trucks, highway maintenance vehicles, sanitation vehicles, and emergency (fire/police/EMS) vehicles displaying flashing, blinking or alternating emergency lights.

Unfortunately, law enforcement, emergency response personnel, tow truck operators, and highway maintenance workers continue to be struck and injured or killed while aiding others on the side of the road because a passing vehicle did not sufficiently slow down and move over.

When you see flashing lights on the side of the road, slow down, and if it’s safe, MOVE OVER.
If you make the move, others will follow.

www.nj.gov/oag/hts/move-over-law/

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
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November 14-18 is Crash Responder Safety Week.
Nearly once every week, a first responder is killed while attempting to clear a roadway accident.
Under New Jerseys Move Over law, drivers are required to reduce their speed and change lanes when approaching an authorized emergency vehicle. These vehicles include tow trucks, highway maintenance vehicles, sanitation vehicles, and emergency (fire/police/EMS) vehicles displaying flashing, blinking or alternating emergency lights.
Unfortunately, law enforcement, emergency response personnel, tow truck operators, and highway maintenance workers continue to be struck and injured or killed while aiding others on the side of the road because a passing vehicle did not sufficiently slow down and move over.
When you see flashing lights on the side of the road, slow down, and if it’s safe, MOVE OVER. 
If you make the move, others will follow.
https://www.nj.gov/oag/hts/move-over-law/
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