We will always remember
Sunday, September 11, 2016 
Please take time today to remember everyone who lost their life on September 11th 2001. 15 years later and we still mourn their loss.

Paulsboro 4th of July Parade
Saturday, July 4, 2015 

Paulsboro Basketball wins Group One Championship
Sunday, March 15, 2015 
The Paulsboro High School Boys Basketball Team are State Champions. The Red Raiders won the championship game 78-48. The Paulsboro Volunteer Fire Company was on hand to welcome them back into town on Sunday night. We'd like to congratulate all the players and coaches on a great season. This is what Paulsboro Pride is all about.

GC Times Article
Spring Forward
Saturday, March 7, 2015 
Please remember to change the batteries in you smoke detectors and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors as well as your clocks. Working smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors save lives.

New Murals
Monday, March 2, 2015 
We recently had a couple murals at the Firehouse repainted. We think they turned out really good. What do you think?

Please clear around Hydrants
Saturday, February 21, 2015 
Please remember to shovel around any fire hydrants near your house. Thank you and be safe.

Department Members attend Transcaer Training
Thursday, May 30, 2013 
Members of the Fire Department attended the Transcaer training on Wednesday.  The members learned anatomy of a railcar, how to stop a leak on the valves on railcars and on tank trailers.  They also received training on response to leaking Chlorine vessels.  Those who attended were Chief Al Giampola, Deputy Chief Gary Stevenson, Captain Glenn Roemmich, Lieutenant Mark Pawlowic, Firefighters Kyle Adams and Tom Gouse.

New Lieutenant Appointed
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 
Congratulations to Mark Pawlowic who was appointed as a Lieutenant for the remainder of 2013.

What Shelter-in-Place Means:
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 

One of the instructions you may be given in an emergency where hazardous materials may have been released into the atmosphere is to shelter-in-place. This is a precaution aimed to keep you safe while remaining indoors. (This is not the same thing as going to a shelter in case of a storm.) Shelter-in-place means selecting a small, interior room, with no or few windows, and taking refuge there. It does not mean sealing off your entire home or office building. If you are told to shelter-in-place, follow the instructions provided in this Fact Sheet.

Why You Might Need to Shelter-in-Place: Chemical, biological, or radiological contaminants may be released accidentally or intentionally into the environment. Should this occur, information will be provided by local authorities on television and radio stations on how to protect you and your family. Because information will most likely be provided on television and radio, it is important to keep a TV or radio on, even during the workday. The important thing is for you to follow instructions of local authorities and know what to do if they advise you to shelter-in-place.

How to Shelter-in-Place

At Home:

  • Close and lock all windows and exterior doors.
  • If you are told there is danger of explosion, close the window shades, blinds, or curtains.
  • Turn off all fans, heating and air conditioning systems.
  • Close the fireplace damper.
  • Get your family disaster supplies kit and make sure the radio is working.
  • Go to an interior room without windows that’s above ground level. In the case of a chemical threat, an above-ground location is preferable because some chemicals are heavier than air, and may seep into basements even if the windows are closed.
  • Bring your pets with you, and be sure to bring additional food and water supplies for them.
  • It is ideal to have a hard-wired telephone in the room you select. Call your emergency contact and have the phone available if you need to report a life-threatening condition. Cellular telephone equipment may be overwhelmed or damaged during an emergency.
  • Use duct tape and plastic sheeting (heavier than food wrap) to seal all cracks around the door and any vents into the room.
  • Keep listening to your radio or television until you are told all is safe or you are told to evacuate. Local officials may call for evacuation in specific areas at greatest risk in your community.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 
The Paulsboro FD & Fire Association held their annual Installation Dinner in February at Botto's Restaurant in Swedesboro.Jack Suiter served as MC. Fire Chief Mike Licciardello updated gave an updated report on the FD. Mayor Jeff Hamilton thanked all for the work they do and swore in the officers. Archie Roemmich was honored for 50 years of actrive firefighter service and Dan Berth was also recognized for 40 years. For the LAdies Auxilliary, Bert McMahon was honored for 50 years and Marion Mederus was recognized for 40 years of service. Chuck Shaw received an award for FF of the Year.

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