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Who We Are

The Verona Volunteer Fire Department is an all-volunteer fire department located in Essex County, NJ. We provide Fire and Rescue services to the Township of Verona, as well as mutual aid to surrounding communities.
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Mission Statement

We will provide fire rescue and suppression for all residents, businesses and visitors. We will protect our members from injury: physically, morally and spiritually. We will undertake any means necessary to accomplish this mission with professionalism, diligence and competence.

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The Verona Volunteer Fire Department is currently accepting applications for Volunteer Firefighters and Auxiliary Firefighters. Please click here to learn more.

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On 9/7/18 the Verona Volunteer Fire Department responded along with the Verona Rescue Squad and the Verona Police Department for a two car Motor Vehicle Accident with a reported vehicle on fire.

Upon arrival, the engine compartment fire had been extinguished by police officers on scene and fire department members stretched a hose line as a precaution.

Members also then secured the battery of the vehicle that had been on fire, while other members who are certified Emergency Medical Technicians assisted the Rescue Squad with patient care. VFD units operated on scene for approx. one hour before returning to service.

Our members come from all walks life, many of whom also serve with the Verona Rescue Squad and Verona Police Department. Incidents like these highlight the cohesive service that all three departments strive to provide to the residents of Verona.
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*Unusual Incident*

On Tuesday August 28th, the Verona Volunteer Fire Department was requested to a residence to assist in getting a dog that was stuck on the roof of the house back into the home. The VFD responded and was ultimately not needed as the dog safely returned back inside through an open window. VFD units remained on scene until the homeowner was able to respond home to secure the window.
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