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Our Mission

Provide efficient and timely emergency response for the purpose of preservation of life, property and environment from fire and other hazardous situations.

Provide public education and awareness about fire safety and related hazards.

Actively participate in the community to provide for the safety and well being of the people who live, work and visit in Haddonfield.

Provide emergency and non-emergency support services to the community and other public safety agencies.

Provide the members of the Haddon Fire Company No.1 with the highest quality of training and education.

Provide a safe and healthy environment to benefit the mental and physical well being of the members of the Haddon Fire Company No.1.

"I have no ambition in this world but one, and that is to be a Fireman. The position may in the eyes of some, appear to be a lowly one; but we who know the work which a fireman has to do,believe his is a noble calling.

Our proudest moment is to save...lives.

"Under the impulse of such thoughts the nobility of the occupation thrills us and stimulates us to deeds of daring, even of supreme sacrifice."

-- Edward F. Croker

Chief of Department

Haddon Fire co


Haddon Fire Co #1, in conjunction with the Ladies Auxiliary, presented its inaugural HFC Explorer Award at the Haddonfield Memorial High School awards ceremony earlier this month. This annual award recognizes the Explorer, or junior firefighter, who has shown extraordinary dedication, commitment, and achievements as a youth member of both the fire and emergency services. In addition to submitting a 1000 word essay chronicling their experience throughout the program and contribution to the community, nominees must have been an Explorer of Haddon Fire Co #1 for at least one year and have gone above and beyond in their participation and accomplishments as a junior firefighter. This honor goes to the member/or members that have demonstrated exemplary dependability, attitude, attendance and contributions to the program, the department and their community.

This year’s recipients of such distinction are Mr. Max Marino and Mr. Thomas Kenny. Both of these young men have excelled during their respective tenures, far surpassing the expectations of the Explorer program and honorably have received the highest of praise and commendations from the officers and the members of Haddon Fire Company, as well as the Haddonfield community.
Haddon Fire Company #1 would like to thank all of its graduating seniors for their hard work and dedication to the department and the Explorer program: Daniel Brown, Nicholas DeNinno, Thomas Kenny, Max Marino and Jon Skiba. All 5 of these fine, young gentlemen were each individually recognized at the ceremony and received an award in their respective scholastic area of expertise. As they continue on their particular journeys, there is no doubt they will continue to strive to make their communities a better place. Thank you gentlemen and God Bless.

HFC Explorer Coordinators Jason Kolbe and Joe Dunn
congratulate Tom Kenny and Max Marino


Upcoming Events

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Haddon Fire Company is now offering CPR certification to the public. Click here to register for CPR classes.

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Numbers to Know

Emergency Fire/Police/Ambulance:
Police Department
(856) 429.3000
Fire Department
(856) 429.4308
Fax (856) 428-9165
Borough Hall:
(856) 429.4700
Emergency Public Works:
(856) 429.3000

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