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Mission Statement

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.





Haddon Fire Co. No.1 Founding Members
March 8, 1764

Sam Clement
Thomas Redman
William Griscom
John Matlack
Isaac Kay
John Hinchman
Robert Price
John Langdale
Jacob Clement
John Gill
Thomas Champion
James Davis
John Githens
Samuel Clement Junior
Thomas Cummings
Edward Gibbs
Hugh Creighton
Grafer Smith
Benjamin Hartley
Benjamin Vanleer
Thomas Redman Junior
Thomas Edgerton

 

 

Over 250 Years of History

Haddon Fire Company Co. No.1 proudly remains the second oldest volunteer fire company in continuous existence in the United States.

Major milestones in our history are:

  • 1764 - On March 8, 26 men - being among the chief owners property and heads of families in the village - met in the Friends Meeting House (then located on what is now Haddon Avenue) to form the Friendship Fire Company of Haddonfield. Each member was required to furnish two leathern fire buckets; the company supplied six ladders and three fire hooks. (The names of some of the founding members will be known to current residents, as street names in Haddonfield: Redman, Hinchman, Gill. Numerous current residents can trace their ancestry through the founding members of the Fire Company.)
  • 1811 - Reorganization and name change, to Fire Company of Haddonfield.
  • 1857 - Reorganization and name change to Haddonfield Fire Department.
  • 1887 - Reorganization and name change to Haddon Fire Company No.1.

    The Company currently has a complement of 46 members. In addition, we have 10 junior members, in our Explorer program, established in 2001. Interested in learning more? For information and a membership application, call 429-4308.

 

 


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:
911
Police Department
(Non-Emergency):
(856) 429.3000
Fire Department
(Non-Emergency):
(856) 429.4308
Fax (856) 428-9165
Borough Hall:
(856) 429.4700
Emergency Public Works:
(856) 429.3000





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