Do YOU have what it takes to be a volunteer with Robertsville Volunteer Fire Company?

As a 100% volunteer organization, we are committed to providing a quick response time and the highest level of emergency services to the community.

Any person of the age of 18, who is a citizen of the United States, is of good moral character and resides within the limits of the Marlboro Township Fire District #2 boundaries may apply for membership. We also maintain a Junior Fire Program for residents age 16-17 who are interested in learning more about firefighting and fire safety.

Mailing Address:
94 Route 520
Morganville, NJ 07751

Volunteer Today

The Robertsville Vol. Fire Company #1 is an all volunteer fire department serving the residents and businesses in Fire District #2 of Marlboro Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey.

Our station is located at 94 County Route 520 in the Morganville section of town, between Tennent Road and Route 9. Our fire district includes two state highways (Route 18 & Route 9) and two public elementary schools.

Your volunteer firefighters train constantly in the latest techniques and strategies involved in fire incidents. Training continues throughout the firefighters entire career through attendance at drills and training sessions.

LODD Baltimore City

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the members of the Baltimore City Fire Department. Three firefighters were killed in Baltimore yesterday morning. Four members were trapped, one immediately pulled out, transported and remains in the hospital in serious but...
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Happy New Year

As 2021 is coming to an end, everyone is getting very excited to enter into the new year. 2022 will be the year where everyone can start afresh. For the past two years, people have taken to their homes to...
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Happy Thanksgiving Fire Safety

The kitchen is the heart of the home, especially at Thanksgiving. Kids love to be involved in holiday preparations. Safety in the kitchen is important, especially on Thanksgiving Day when there is a lot of activity and people at home....
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We Will Never Forget!

As we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, ABC News compiled these reminders about what happened that day, as well as in the years since. FAST FACTS 19 hijackers took over four planes. Three...
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Back to School Safety

September is back-to-school safety month and  the Robertsville Volunteer Fire Co would like to provide the residents of  Marlboro with tips for staying safe around schools and beyond. – Slow down and be especially alert in neighborhoods and school zones....
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Missing Person

From Marlboro Police Department! Earlier this morning at 430am Marlboro Township Police officers responded to a residence for a report of a missing 14 year old juvenile named Cynthia who ran away from the residence. Police were alerted the Juvenile...
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Line of Duty Death

The Robertsville FD would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to our brother and sister firefighters in Maryland. On August 11, 2021 Captain Josh Laird, 21 year member of Engine 251, Frederick County MD was injured at a house fire...
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Excessive Heat Warning

Highs today will be in the lower 90s with heat indices up to 106 possible. Heat indices will fall into the mid 80s by midnight. Humidity values are expected to range 60-80% for most of the day. The NWS has...
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Fire Prevention

  • General Fire Safety Tips
    More than 4,000 Americans die each year in fires and approximately 25,000 are injured.
  • Every Home Should Have at Least One Working Smoke Alarm
    Buy a smoke alarm at any hardware or discount store.
  • Prevent Electrical Fires
    Never overload circuits or extension cords.
  • Use Appliances Wisely
    When using appliances follow the manufacturer’s safety precautions.
  • Alternate Heaters
    Portable heaters need their space. Keep anything combustible at least three feet away.
  • Affordable Home Fire Safety Sprinklers
    When home fire sprinklers are used with working smoke alarms, your chances of surviving a fire are greatly increased.
  • Plan Your Escape
    Practice an escape plan from every room in the house.
  • Caring for Children
    Children under five are naturally curious about fire. Many play with matches and lighters.
  • Caring for Older People
    Every year over 1,200 senior citizens dies in fires.

Fire Commissioners of Fire District #2
Marlboro Township, New Jersey

http://www.mtfd2.org/

OUR MISSION:
Marlboro Township Board of Fire Commissioners District 2 is an autonomous entity responsible for providing fire/rescue protection and extinguishing fires within the geographic boundaries of the fire district, in general the western portion of Marlboro Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey. The Fire District is funded through a fire tax and governed by a five member Board of Fire Commissioners. Its mission is to protect life, property and the environment from damage due to fire and environmental emergencies in our district, and to assist neighboring communities in their mission to do the same.

The Fire District’s administrative office is located in the Robertsville Volunteer Fire Company firehouse in Morganville, New Jersey.

Board meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month.

Board of Fire Commissioners, District No. 2
PO Box 69
Morganville, New Jersey 07751

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