The 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. In addition to covering the Town of Clinton, we also cover parts of Clinton Township, Franklin Township and Union Township. Outside of our first due area, we respond when requested to other parts of the county. We typically average around 300 calls per year. Along with responding to fire calls, we have monthly meetings and drills every Monday night.

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 will be happy to show you around.

The Clinton Fire Department is a 100% volunteer organization. We are funded in part by the municipalities we serve and rely largely on donations from our community. Please consider helping us help you by making a tax-deductible donation to support our agency. Click here to donate!

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Fire Officers:

Chief 45: Jeff Hedden
Deputy Chief 45: Dave Durand
Captain 45: Jason Mayer
Lieutenant 45: Chris Querry

Engineers: Steve Seguine
Bill Langston
Steve Bardecker
Wes Hockin

Chaplain: Larry Coyne