Welcome to Evesham Fire-Rescue
Our Fire-Rescue Stations are strategically located around the township to provide a quick response to Fire and Medical Emergencies. These locations were selected as part of the Evesham Fire Department’s periodic and ongoing Master Planning Process.
We invite you to visit each station whenever you are in the neighborhood. Our personnel will gladly answer any questions you may have about our operations and also provide an informative tour of the station and its apparatus.
MAIN STREET STATION
26 E. MAIN ST,
EVESHAM, NJ 08053
Welcome to Station 221/229. This is the newest station in the department, which was occupied in August 1998. Station 221/229 is located at 26 East Main Street in the business district of Marlton Village.
There are approximately 75 volunteer fire and emergency medical personnel assigned to this station. Career personnel staff the Main Street station Monday through Friday, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Our responses to Fire and Medical Emergencies increase during the weekday hours due to the increased traffic and population rise from retail and commercial businesses in the township, as well as our elementary, middle, and high schools being in session. Most of our volunteer Fire and E.M.S. personnel go to work during this time frame, so our career personnel are used to handle calls during the weekday hours. On larger incidents, any volunteer personnel that are available will respond with additional apparatus to help handle emergencies.
This station is equipped with the latest state of the art training facilities, which are used to train the career and volunteer members of the department. Housed at this station are two Pierce Arrow XT Engines (2211, 2212), a Seagrave 105 ft. Tower- Ladder (2215), a Seagrave/Marion Heavy Rescue (2218), a GMC Yukon (2219), and three Ford/Horton Basic Life Support Units (2291, 2292, 2293).
Fire Stations and Apparatus
Fire Administration/Fire Prevention Office
984 Tuckerton Road
Evesham Municipal Building, Suite 205
Evesham NJ, 08053
The Fire Administration/Fire Prevention office is located on the 2nd floor in the Evesham Municipal Building. This location allows for a great working relationship with other Evesham Township offices and also allows for greater public access, since “one stop shopping” can be completed in the Municipal Building.
The Fire Administration Office/Fire Prevention office is staffed by three non-uniformed administrative personnel, one of whom is the Business Manager for the Department. Five uniformed personnel also staff this office, which includes four Firefighter/EMT/Inspectors, and a Captain who oversees the office and is the Fire Marshal and Fire Code Official and Fire Subcode Official.
The office is open for public business Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All paperwork concerning fire permits, home resale and smoke detector inspections, fire prevention education and tours, and all other concerns regarding fire district business are handled in the Fire Administration/Fire Prevention office.
Providing Quality Fire and Emergency Medical Services to Evesham Township Residents and Visitors
KINGS GRANT STATION
150 MERCHANTS WAY
EVESHAM, NJ 08053
Station 223/227 opened on April 28, 1992 and is located at 150 Merchants Way in the Kings Grant section of Evesham Township. There are approximately 25 volunteer fire and emergency medical personnel assigned to this station. Career personnel staff the Kings Grant station Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The station houses two Pierce Arrow XT Engines (2231, 2232), a Seagrave Patriot 100 ft. Rear Mount Aerial (2235), a Ford Brush Truck (2237), a Ford F-250 Support Vehicle (2239) and a Ford/Horton B.L.S. Unit (2271).
KETTLE RUN STATION
498 HOPEWELL ROAD
EVESHAM, NJ 08053
Station 225/228 opened in December 1995 and is located at 498 Hopewell Road in the southern end of Evesham Township. There are approximately 15 volunteer fire and emergency medical personnel assigned to this station.
The station houses two Pierce Arrow XT Engines (2251, 2252), a Ford/Marion Heavy Rescue (2258), a Ford Brush Truck (2257), a Ford/Horton B.L.S. unit (2281), a GMC Yukon (2259), and a 15 ft. Rescue Boat (Marine 22).
This station is also home to our Kids Safety House, which travels with our volunteer and career personnel throughout the community spreading the word about Fire Safety and planning Escape Drills in the home.Type your paragraph here.