213 East Holly Ave.
Sewell, NJ 08080
Altair Dr. and Thies Rd.
Sewell, NJ 08080
The Hurffville Fire Company was established on October 27, 1927. The original firehouse was built in 1931 and was located on Delsea Dr. in between Hurffville-Crosskeys Rd. and Hurffville-Grenloch Rd. An addition was built onto the existing station in 1963 in order to house additional equipment for the fire company. In 1975, due to a rapid growth in residential development, a 2nd station was constructed on Altair Dr. and Thies Rd. In 1995 the Hurffville Fire Company moved out of its original station and into a new station on East Holly Ave. that also houses the WTFD Board of Fire Commissioners and the command/support staff for the WTFD. The fire company has offered a number of unique services to Washington Township throughout the years, including housing the only Tanker in town (Tanker 1033) to currently housing the only Rescue (Rescue 1038) truck in town. The members of the Hurffville Fire Company are very proud to aid in protecting Washington Township along with the Grenloch Fire Company and Whitman Square Fire Company
Engine 1031 is a 2016 Spartan Pumper and is housed at 10-3’s Sub Station. This truck is equipped with a 750-gallon water tank and a 1500 gallon/minute single stage Hale pump.
Engine 1032 is a 2003 Saulsbury house and Station 10-3's Sub-Station. This engine is equipped with a 750 gallon water tank and 1500 GPM single stage Hale pump. Below is a list of some of the equipment carried on Engine 1032.
Engine 1033 is a 1994 KME and is housed at 10-3’s Sub-Station. This truck is equipped with a 750-gallon water tank and a 1500 gallon/minute single stage Hale pump. Below is a list of some of the equipment that is carried by Engine 1033.
Rescue 1038 is a 2019 Spartan chassis / Custom Fire Rescue Truck. 1038 carries a wide assortment of vehicle and specialized rescue equipment. This unit is equipped with a light tower, winch, a wide assortment of hydraulic rescue tools, Ice Rescue Equipment, etc. The apparatus also has a small 300 gallon water tank and pump.
Command 1039 is a 2001 Ford Expedition and is equipped with an SCBA, TV to view the Thermal Imaging Camera, and various command boards/accountability boards. Command 1039 is utilized by Chief R. Borkowski.