The Medford Lakes Police Department is looking to fill several part-time/substitute vacancies within its complement of Crossing Guards. Substitute Guards are called in as needed to fill one hour posts in the morning or afternoon school hours at any of our locations.
Please direct all inquiries to Officer Matthew Parrish of the Medford Lakes Police Department at 609-654-2156, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Medford Lakes Police Department, 1 Cabin Circle Dr. Medford Lakes, NJ 08055.
The Medford Lakes Fire Department would like to give a big thank you to all that came out to attend tonight's Open House. To our amazement, the rain held out to the very end as the event came to a close. The Medford Lakes Fire Department would also like to extend a big thank you to all the neighboring mutual aid fire companies, Medford Lakes Police Department, Chic-Fil-A Marlton, Mark Allen Auto, Frazier's Hometown Auto and The Philadelphia Eagles for making this years Open House a huge success!
The Medford Lakes Fire Department will be hosting its Annual Fire Prevention Open House Tuesday October 7th 2014, from 7PM - 9PM., located at 10 Stokes Road.
Come Meet & Greet your local Firefighters and learn about Fire Safety & Prevention along with celebrity guests Sparky The Fire Dog & Smokey the Bear! Plenty of activities for everyone of all ages
This years Fire Prevention theme focuses on the importance of working smoke detectors along with testing them every month to ensure they are working properly. Remember, working smoke detectors save lives!
Medford Lakes Tender3716 supplying water to Medford units.
Medford Lakes firefighters taking a break after the fire was placed under control.
On February 6th, 2013, the students of Ms. Magrann's class at Nokomis School took a class trip to the Medford Lakes Fire Station. All the eager students met a few their local Firefighters, enjoyed playing on numerous Fire Trucks and learned about the importance of Fire Safety.
As an added token, these students were inducted into the Medford Lakes Fire Department as "Honorary Junior Firefighters" and were presented with certificates.
Captain Adam Ruder and Firefighter Jeff Ruder demonstrate fire safety to a group of fascinated preschoolers!
To view pictures from recent training click on the link below.
SMOKE ALARM BATTERIES NEED TO BE CHANGED ONCE A YEAR! WHEN YOU CHANGE YOUR CLOCK AHEAD TO DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME ON MARCH 11, 2012 REMEMBER TO CHANGE THE BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE ALARMS TOO. ONCE YOU HAVE CHANGED THE BATTERIES, BE SURE TO TEST THE ALARM TO MAKE SURE IT WORKS.
THIS SIMPLE ACT CUTS THE RISK OF DYING IN A HOME FIRE NEARLY IN HALF. YOU CAN HELP TO PREVENT NEEDLESS FIRE DEATHS AND INJURIES BY CHANGING THE BATTERIES IN ALL OF YOUR SMOKE ALARMS BEFORE YOU GO TO BED ON SATURDAY NIGHT. PROPERLY INSTALLED SMOKE DETECTORS WITH FRESH BATTERIES GIVE YOU PLENTY OF TIME TO ESCAPE WHEN FIRE STRIKES.
DO NOT WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE, EVERY SECOND COUNTS WHEN THERE IS A FIRE!
REMEMBER TO CHANGE YOUR CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR BATTERIES TOO!