South Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Company

                                                              

Welcome to the official website of the South Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Company.

The South Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Company is a 100% volunteer department responsible for the protection of Fire District #3, located in Old Bridge Township NJ.  We proudly protect an area of approximately 22 square miles with a population of 35,000 residents.  Our district contains a mix of both commercial and residential occupancies, along with the major highways of routes 9 and 18.

Our department provides fire protection 24 hours a day / 7 days a week to district #3 and also responds to calls for mutual aid from neighboring communities. 

The 42 square miles of Old Bridge Township are divided into four fire districts.  The other three districts are served by the Cheesequake Volunteer Fire Company, the Laurence Harbor Volunteer Fire company, and the Madison Park Volunteer Fire Company.

 Services Provided:

  • Structural Firefighting
  • Wildland Firefighting
  • Vehicle Rescue (Extrication)
  • General Search and Rescue
  • Ice Rescue

                                                            
Our fire company operates out of three stations and has an ISO rating of 4.



EMERGENCY
   


Autism Awareness

April Is Autism Awareness Month !! 
We Have Changed The Lights On The Outside Of Our Firehouses To Blue To Show Our Support

6TH Annual Fire Company Blood Drive

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Monday May 5, 2014
Engine Company #2
14 Throckmorton Lane
3:30PM - 8:30PM


           

  

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Annual Run Statistics

2014 Total Runs By Month

 JanFeb Mar Apr MayJuneJuly Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 
 4856 58 ----


Annual Totals

 Year

 Total Runs

 

 

 2014  (Year to Date)

 162 

 2013

 578

 2012

 793

 2011

 835

 2010                                    

 813

 2009

 716

 2008

 767

 2007

 895

 2006

 763

 2005

 675

 2004

 560


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         Visitors Since March 15, 2008                            September 11, 2001