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Linden Fire Department to Host Annual Junior Fire Academy

Registration for the Linden Fire Department’s annual Junior Fire Academy is now open! The Academy will meet daily from 8am until 3pm beginning on Monday, June 27, 2022 and conclude on Friday, July 1, 2022. After the conclusion of the academy, there will be a graduation ceremony for the recruits in which a limited amount of family and friends are welcomed to attend.

The five-day program offers Linden youth graduating grades 7th and 8th an opportunity to learn about the fire service. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, and fun hands-on activities presented by members of the Linden Fire Department, the “recruits” will learn about fire safety and Linden Fire Department Operations. Some of the topics that will be covered are: Fire Safety, Engine and Ladder Company Operation’s, Car Extrication, Rope Rescue, HazMat/Decon and First Aid/CPR. All of the training will take place at the Union County Fire Academy which is conveniently located in Linden.   

“The Junior Fire Academy provides an opportunity to educate the recruits about the Linden Fire Department, the services we provide and enlighten them on the possibility of a future career in firefighting”, said Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Brady.

The program is offered free of charge, however, space is limited. Applications are available at Fire Headquarters; located at 302 South Wood Avenue, or online here.

Applications must be completed and returned to Fire Headquarters by 3pm on Friday, May 6th, 2022. No late applications will be accepted.

For more information, contact Deputy Chief Kevin Brady.

Donations for School Supplies

Help the Linden Students kick off the next school year with some fresh school supplies! Please consider donating supplies from the Amazon wish list is available here. Donations can be dropped off or mailed to the J.T.G. Center 330 Helen St, Monday –Friday between the hours of 9am – 4pm. Evenings and weekends donations can be brought to any Linden Fire House. Thank you for your anticipated support of our youth.

Linden Fire Department to Host Annual Junior Fire Academy

Registration for the Linden Fire Department’s annual Junior Fire Academy is now open! The Academy will meet daily from 8am until 3pm beginning on Monday, June 28, 2021 and conclude on Friday, July 2, 2021. After the conclusion of the academy, there will be a graduation ceremony for the recruits in which a limited amount of family and friends are welcomed to attend.

The five-day program offers Linden youth graduating grades 7th and 8th an opportunity to learn about the fire service. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, and fun hands-on activities presented by members of the Linden Fire Department, the “recruits” will learn about fire safety and Linden Fire Department Operations. Some of the topics that will be covered are: Fire Safety, Engine and Ladder Company Operation’s, Car Extrication, Rope Rescue, HazMat/Decon and First Aid/CPR. All of the training will take place at the Union County Fire Academy which is conveniently located in Linden.   

“The Junior Fire Academy provides an opportunity to educate the recruits about the Linden Fire Department, the services we provide and enlighten them on the possibility of a future career in firefighting”, said Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Brady.

The program is offered free of charge, however, space is limited. Applications are available at Fire Headquarters; located at 302 South Wood Avenue, or online here.

Applications must be completed and returned to Fire Headquarters by 3pm on Thursday, May 13, 2021. No late applications will be accepted.

For more information, contact Deputy Chief Kevin Brady.

Fire Prevention Week

The Linden Fire Department has announced that this year’s fire prevention week will take place during the week of October 4th through October 10th. This year’s theme for Fire Prevention Week 2020 is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen.” Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries in the United States. The Linden Fire Department has put together an all-virtual Fire Prevention Week Program that will educate the community on cooking hazards, the dangers of unattended cooking, and precautions they can take to prevent cooking-related fires. In addition, we will be providing you with additional fire Safety Tips as well as the “Fire Is” Program.

Please check out the below links:

Thank you,

Linden Fire Chief William Hasko

Special Message from Linden Fire Department Chief William Hasko Jr

It seems like yesterday, but six months have passed since I took the Oath of Office as the Chief of the Linden Fire Department. At that time, I had no idea that in just four months we would be facing a COVID-19 Pandemic. What I do know is that that I could not be more proud to be the Chief of The Linden Fire Department. The members of this Department never faltered on their promise “to faithfully, impartially and justly perform all the duties of office of firefighter.” They came together and served the public’s needs honorably and professionally. As Chief of the Department, I thank them. In addition, I want everyone to know that The Linden Fire Department is, has and always will be here for you. Lastly, I want to recognized and thank Captain Bryan Kostrey and Firefighter Daryl Roberts for taking the initiative to create this inspiring video.

Fire Chief William Hasko Jr

Message from Linden Fire Department

Please be advised that as of March 17, 2020, Fire Prevention as well as all of the Fire Houses are closed to the public. Anyone who needs applications from Fire Prevention can download them. Once the forms are filled out, they can either be mailed or dropped into the bin that will be outside Fire Prevention entrance during regular business hours Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.

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