Clinton Fire Department is located in the heart of downtown Clinton, Hunterdon
County, New Jersey. We proudly protect a population of over 2,000 covering
approximately 1.2 square miles. We run out of one station located on the
corner of New Street and Old Route 22.
The Clinton Fire Department handles all the fire department duties --
extinguishing building fires, resetting fire alarms, supplying water at
car accidents, and other miscellaneous jobs -- for the town of Clinton.
Besides covering Clinton, we also cover parts of our neighboring towns,
Franklin and Union Townships.Outside of our first due area, we respond
when requested to other parts of the county. We typically average around
190 calls per year, most of which are smells of smoke and alarm bells.
Along with responding to fire calls, we have monthly drills and meetings.
The Clinton Fire Department is always looking for new membership. If interested,
call (908) 735-8613, or better yet, stop by the station. We are always
around on Monday nights and Sunday mornings and will be happy to show
you around. If you'd like more information about becoming a member, fill
out our Information Request Form.
|06/13/2015 : FIRE : (Clinton)|
Here is the weekly update on the new Engine 45-2. The cab is being prepped for paint, work continues and the body, and construction of the pump housing has begun.
|06/07/2015 : PUB : (Clinton)|
On May 20, 2017 Clinton Fire Department and Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad will hold a joint anniversary parade. The parade will mark CFD\\\'s 125th and CFARS 50th Anniversaries. Check out the website created by Ryan Clancy to stay up to date.
|06/06/2015 : FIRE : School St (Clinton)|
At 2:37 pm CFD was dispatched for a car fire in the Clinton Garden Apartments parking lot. Patrol advised of an active fire and Chief 45 requested CFARS for a BLS unit. Engines 45- & 45-2 responded and made quick work of the fire.
|06/05/2015 : FIRE : (Clinton)|
Here s the first update on the New Engine 45-2. The new Engine is being built by Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton Wisconsin. Our local Dealer Fire &Safety Services will be send ing us updates until the final inspection. These updates hep us ensure the Engine is being built to our specifications without the expense of trips to Wisconsin.
|03/01/2014 : FIRE : (Clinton)|
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of William Langston Sr. Bill served in the United States Marine Corps and was as an active member of the Clinton Fire Department for over 60 years. Billís family is a big part of CFD as his brother Don was also a member and his wife Adele was part of the Ladies Auxiliary for many years. Two of Bills sons, Bill Jr and Tim, served with their father and both rose to the rank of Chief of the department. Recently one of Billís grandsons joined the ranks of CFD. Bill was a resident of the Firemanís Home in Boonton at the time of his passing. He was proud of his service as a Marine and loved being a part of CFD. We cannot imagine where we would be without his dedicated service. Rest in Peace Bill you will be missed!
Arrangements will be posted when available!
|12/21/2013 : PUB : (Clinton)|
New CFD Special Event. On December 21, 2013 from 10am to 3pm Santa will be in Clinton to deliver presents to children. Santa has agreed to do this to help CFD raise funds. Print the form for more details. You can also call 735-8613 and leave a message if you have questions. This is a first come, first served event. Limited to 35 families.
|06/12/2013 : COMM : (Clinton)|
As you may be aware CFD is a nonprofit organization. Until recently however we were not a 501(c)3 organization with the IRS. Treasurer William Wintermute and our Accountant Brian Skelton worked diligently for over a year and CFD has finally attained 501(c)3 status. This allows us to receive matching funds from many of our donors that we had previously been unable to apply for. Our Annual Fund Drive was mailed out a few weeks ago and we want to bring this new development to your attention in case you were planning on giving and you employer offers matching gift programs.
While on the topic of our Fund Drive we want to apologize for the our arriving at the same time as the Clinton Rescue Squad. This was not intentional and was due to circumstances beyond our control. We are taking steps to avoid this in the future. As always we appreciate all of your support as we could not do our job without it. Thank you and stay safe!
|02/05/2013 : COMM : (Clinton)|
Some updates on what has been happening at CFD. In December Jackson Pyle, Hyun Lee, and Tony Somma finished Firefighter 1 at the Hunterdon County Emergency Services Training Center. Firefighter 1 is over 140 hours of training that prepares members to be able to fight fires safely. We congratulate and thank them for their hard work and dedication.
At our January meeting we welcomed two new Junior Firefighters to our family, Gabriel Cruz and Jack Vajda.
Last night at our February meeting our members approved a change in Junior Firefighter requirements. CFD now accepts Junior Firefighters at 15 years of age. We also approved our first two Juniors in the new age group, Jessica Dorf and Bailey Pyle. Jessica is a 2nd generation CFD member, her Father Walter Dorf is our current Deputy Chief. Bailey is the Brother of Firefighter Jackson Pyle.
|01/29/2013 : FIRE : (Clinton)|
***NWS Issues FLASH FLOOD WATCH for Wednesday, January 30th, 2013***
Flash Flood Watch
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
251 PM EST TUE JAN 29 2013
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOUNT HOLLY HAS ISSUED A
* FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHERN DELAWARE...
NORTHEAST MARYLAND...NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA...INCLUDING
THE FOLLOWING AREAS...IN NORTHERN DELAWARE...NEW CASTLE. IN
NORTHEAST MARYLAND...CECIL. IN NEW JERSEY...CAMDEN...EASTERN
WARREN AND WESTERN MONMOUTH. IN PENNSYLVANIA...BERKS...
CARBON...DELAWARE...EASTERN CHESTER...EASTERN MONTGOMERY...
UPPER BUCKS...WESTERN CHESTER AND WESTERN MONTGOMERY.
* FROM WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING
* A SLOW-MOVING AND POTENT COLD FRONT WILL TAP THE GULF OF MEXICO,
AND IT IS FORECAST TO GENERATE RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF BETWEEN ONE AND
TWO AND ONE-HALF INCHES. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE IN
PROLONGED AND HEAVY DOWNPOURS. MOREOVER, THUNDERSTORMS MAY
* PROLONGED AND HEAVY DOWNPOURS WOULD CAUSE FLASH FLOODING IN SOME
LOCATIONS. ROAD FLOODING IS LIKELY. SINCE THE GROUND IS FROZEN
JUST BELOW THE SURFACE AND PLANTS ARE TAKING IN VERY LITTLE
WATER, HEAVY RAINFALL WILL NOT BE ABSORBED. ANY LINGERING SNOW ON
THE GROUND NORTHWEST OF PHILADELPHIA WOULD MELT AND EXACERBATE
* FLOODING OF SMALLER AND MORE FLASHY CREEKS AND STREAMS ALSO IS
POSSIBLE. MAJOR RIVER FLOODING IS NOT LIKELY.
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD
TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION.
YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION
SHOULD FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS BE ISSUED.