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Welcome to the official Long Valley Fire Company website! The Long Valley Fire Company is part of the Washington Township Fire Department and has been serving the Washington Township community since 1911. The Long Valley Fire Company was incorporated in 1921 and is a life saving/property conserving organization that has over 100 years of emergency experience in our community. The department covers an area of approximately forty-five square miles and functions at the direction and responsibility of the Fire Chief, and is dedicated to services of fire administration, fire prevention, public education/information, training, and suppression.

  • Lunchtime Entrapment
    Last week, Long Valley Fire was dispatched to a 3 car motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Once on scene, crews assisted the Long Valley First Aid Squad with extrication of the patient and removed all hazards from the roadway.
  • Long Valley Engines assist Fairmount
    Just before 3pm this afternoon, Washington Twp Fire Companies were dispatched into the Fairmount section of town for a vehicle fire. Long Valley Engines 1-1 and 1-2 assisted Fairmount Fire crews with overhaul.
  • Fire Guts Home
    On Monday April 20th, Washington Township Emergency Services responded to a call for a residential structure fire at 4 Mountain View Ave. Long Valley Fire, Fairmount Fire, Schooleys Mtn Fire, and Long Valley First Aid Squad worked together alongside Washington Twp Police, and mutual aid companies from Califon, Chester, Flanders, and Hackettstown to extinguish the […]
  • Autism Awareness Month
    The members of the Long Valley Fire Company lit up the firehouse blue and display puzzle piece decals of their helmets and fire trucks to promote Autism awareness, understanding, and acceptance during April for World Autism Awareness Month.
  • Fire Scorches Schooleys Mountain
    Washington Twp Fire Companies and the First Aid Squad responded to a brush fire, under the power lines, off Knob Hill Road at 1503 hours. No structures were damaged. Mutual aid was received by Budd Lake Fire, Tri-County Fire, and the NJ State Forest Fire.