Recent Calls
Tue. May 6th 2014
265 Forest Avenue - Residential Structure Fire

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Mon. Jan 20th 2014
622 Lake Avenue - House Fire

At 1539 hours on 01/20/14 the Lyndhurst Fire Dept. Was dispatched to a reported house fire at 622 Lake Ave. Heavy smoke and f...

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Sun. Jan 12th 2014
Primary line down on roadway 300 block of Lewandowski Street.

At 1910 hours, companies responded to a primary power line down on the 300 block of Lewandowski Street.  Despite the clo...

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News Headlines
Tue. Dec 10th 2013
Mayor & Board of Commissioners honor LFD for their response during Hurricane Sandy

Mayor Robert Giangeruso and the Board of Commissioners took time to acknowledge the Lyndhurst Fire Department for their dedic...

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Sun. Nov 24th 2013
Engine Co. High Rise ops Drill

LFD conducted high rise Engíne company operations training.  The department simulated multiple hose stretches fro...

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Sun. Nov 3rd 2013
Managing the Mayday

Members of the LFD were drilled on a block of instruction on managing the MAYDAY/LUNAR.  A mentally and physically chall...

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2016 Fire Prevention Week OPEN HOUSE - Wednesday, October 12, 2016 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

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PUBLIC INFORMATION:  Effective 09/16/2015 the Lyndhurst Fire Department's Fire Horn system has been placed back in service.  The system will sound a series of 3 sets of blasts, 3-2, between the hours of 8:00 AM-8PM.  This time frame is when our township is most congested with vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and firefighters are most likely to be out of their residences. 
This system was the original system utilized by the LFD in years past, and it had been taken out of service when renovations were completed on the Town Hall in 1999-2000.  The system serves multiple purposes.  This system is a backup alerting device to firefighters during times of loss of power when radio communications fail.  This was an issue most recently during Hurricane Irene and Superstorm Sandy.  Most importantly, the area of fire headquarters has become congested with patrons of the Town Center Shopping Plaza as well as those enjoying the many outlets of enjoyment in the township park.  This will alert pedestrians and motorists to be aware that firefighters are responding to fire headquarters in their personal vehicles as well as alert that fire apparatus will be responding through town.   

This system was placed back in service utilizing its original components and volunteer labor from our members.  This system will increase points awarded in one of the evaluated areas when the township’s overall ISO rating is reevaluated.  

During times of natural or manmade disasters, the system can be utilized by the Township’s Emergency Management officials to alert residents to tune into the township’s emergency alerting radio station, 1700 AM, or social media, when technology is working, to be informed of pertinent information.  
The safety of our residents, visitors, and firefighters is of our utmost priority.

 Residents & Business Owners ,

We THANK YOU for your SUPPORT during our

2013 Fund Drive





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