The Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company has been proudly serving the citizens of Delaware Township and its surroundings since 1951. Our fire company is, and always has been, 100% volunteer. Our members are not paid for their services. Our members are your neighbors and come from all walks of life. The men of our company range in age from 18 to 85. What brings us together is our community spirit and the satisfaction of knowing that our collaborative effort makes everyone in the community safer, and keeps the cost of living down by lowering taxes and insurance rates.
When an emergency occurs we answer the call, BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
We are currently seeking members for all levels of participation. It doesn't matter who you are- there's a job that suits you in our fire company.
Assists with support, administrative, and fund raising tasks, but does not respond to emergencies. No training is required to become an associate member.
Responds to emergencies and actively engages in firefighting. Due to OSHA regulations, you must be 18 to complete the training required to be an active firefighter. Firefighters must complete Firefighter 1 certification to fully participate at emergency scenes. All training is offered at the Hunterdon County Emergency Services Training Center at no cost to the members.
Controls traffic at emergency scenes, participates in administrative and fund raising tasks. Some training required.
Anyone age 16 or above but below the age of 18. Juniors respond to fire calls and assist active firefighters but do not actively engage in firefighting.
MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS PRIVILEGES!
Our members are not paid, but there are several benefits including:
HOW DO I JOIN?
The quickest way to become a member is to stop by the firehouse any Thursday evening after 7:00 PM and obtain an application.
In addition to the application, anyone seeking membership as an Active Firefighter, Junior Firefighter, or Fire Police must turn in a copy of the results from a physical examination completed within the past year prior to responding to fire calls.
Questions? Please contact us