Welcome to the official Long Valley Fire Company website! The Long Valley Fire Company is part of the Washington Township Fire Department and has been serving the Washington Township community since 1911. The Long Valley Fire Company was incorporated in 1921 and is a life saving/property conserving organization that has over 100 years of emergency experience in our community. The department covers an area of approximately forty-five square miles and functions at the direction and responsibility of the Fire Chief, and is dedicated to services of fire administration, fire prevention, public education/information, training, and suppression.

Police Officer Calls In Van Fire

Posted on April 19, 2019

On April 10th, fire companies from Washington Township were dispatched to a vehicle fire at the intersection of West Springtown Road and Schooleys Mountain Road. Long Valley Engine 1-1 arrived first and began knocking down the bulk of the fire as Schooleys Mountain and Fairmount assisted with water supply and knocking down the remainder of the fire. Washington Township Police Lieutenant Douglas Compton rescued 2 individuals inside of the van before the fire department arrived.

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Autism Awareness Month

Posted on April 18, 2019

April 2nd was World Autism Awareness Day. The Long Valley Fire Co. has lit the firehouse up blue for the entire month of April to promote awareness and acceptance. #LIUB

West Valley Brook HazMat

Posted on April 17, 2019

During the evening hours on March 29th, firefighters responded to a report of a large fuel spill on West Valley Brook Road. Firefighters found a delivery truck leaking fuel in the roadway and quickly went to work containing and cleaning up the area. Firefighters used absorbent socks, pads, and more than 70 pounds of fuel absorbent to clean up the area.

Early Morning Stop

Posted on March 25, 2019

At 04:45am on March 22nd, Washington Township Fire Companies, Long Valley First Aid, Califon Fire (RIC), Chester Fire (RIC), and Pottersville Fire (Tender) responded to a house fire on Fairmount road. The fire was located in the attic and then extended through the roof. Crews quickly knocked the fire and vented the roof before more damage could occur. All units cleared by 6:00am

Fire Consumes East Mill Road Home

Posted on March 9, 2019

At 02:40 hours on March 8th, the fire company was dispatched to a reported brush fire near Sherwood Park on East Mill Road. County Dispatch updated responding firefighters of a fully involved house fire with exposure issues and Fairmount Fire, Schooley's Mountain Fire, and Long Valley First Aid Squad were then added to the assignment. The crew from Long Valley Engine 1-1 arrived first and began knocking down the fire as Fairmount and Schooleys Mtn arrived and assisted with extinguishment and water supply. All Washington Township Fire Companies cleared the scene at 08:09 hours.

Daily Record Article

Deadly Fire On Pickle Road

Posted on January 24, 2019

At 10:20pm on January 21st, the Washington Township Fire Department was dispatched to a reported fire in the area of Pickle Rd. First arriving units confirmed a fully involved structure on fire with exposure to nearby buidlings. Crews immediately went to work to control the blaze and protect the buildings near the fire. Unfortunately, there was 1 fatality which is under investigation by the Morris County Prosecutor's Office. Thank you to all mutual aid companies who braved the sub-zero temperatures to aid in this incident.

Motorcycle Accident On Bartley

Posted on December 20, 2018

Engine 1-1 and the First Aid Squad responded to a motorcycle accident with injuries on Bartley Road this past Monday. Engine 1-1 provided scene protection and manpower as the squad assessed and treated those involved.Luckily, there were only minor injuries.

Vehicle Rolls Above Big Turn

Posted on November 26, 2018

At 14:23 hours on November 26th, Long Valley Fire and the Long Valley First Aid Squad were dispatched to Schooleys Mountain Road, above "Big Turn", for another overturned vehicle in the roadway. Luckily, the driver of the vehicle was able to self extricate themself and only suffered a minor arm injury. The roadway was shutdown by the Washington Twonship Police Department for approximately one hour.