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Pompton Lakes Volunteer Fire Department

P.O Box 74, 1 Passaic Ave.

Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442


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Welcome to the Pompton Lakes Volunteer Fire Department Website!

Ron Fusaro, Chief   -  Jason Ekkers, Assistant Chief

Pompton Lakes is a community of about 11,000 people, located in northern Passaic County, NJ.  Our town has three rivers and two lakes. Pompton Lakes is a close knit community with a substantial historical presence in the area. Pompton Lakes has always been blessed with volunteers - in emergency services, sports, civic activities, and municipal boards.

As such it should be no surprise that we are an all volunteer fire department consisting of about 62 members.  The Department was formed in 1895, and had 10 original members.  It has since grown to the department that  you see here.  We are very proud of  the service we offer and strive to be the best we can be.  We train hard so we can be prepared for any emergency.

Department officers:

President -  Al Evangelista

Vice President - Jeff Boltzer

Secretary - William Pehush

Treasurer - John Keating

Chaplain - Frank Marshall

Safety - Al Evangelista

Alarm Sup’t. - Mark Sonne

Ass’t. Alarm Sup’t - John Keating

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Interested in joining the Pompton Lakes Volunteer Fire Department?  We drill every Monday evening.

Stop by and speak to one of us or talk to one of the Chiefs.  We are a fraternal order that provides a vital service to the community.  If you can’t stop by, send any inquiries to

Chief Ron Fusaro

The Pompton Lakes Fire Deptartment wishes all of you a very

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a Happy New  Year!

PLEASE be careful and

practice fire safety every day.

CO detectors work

away from flammables

We are an all-volunteer fire department and will help you 24 hours a day every day!