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Fund Drive

Your support allows us to continue to be active in community events. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, it's not too late.

Please mail to the Montvale Fire Dept., 35 W. Grand Ave. Montvale NJ, 07645.

Ladies Auxiliary Scholarship

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Montvale Fire Department offers this Scholarship Award to help in a student’s advancement to higher education and achievement of his/ her goals. For a full list of requirements and a copy of the scholarship application, please download the form.

Home Fire Safety

With spring right around the corner, please be diligent about reducing clutter in the home. Don't store any materials around furnaces or hot water heaters and keep access ways open to all electrical panels. It is extremely important that fire hydrants remain accessible throughout the year. We thank you for your assistance in removing snow in the winter, and please maintain the landscaping near the hydrants in your neighborhood throughout the rest of the year.

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

If you have not checked the batteries in your detectors during Fire Prevention Week, now is a good time to do so. Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors do save lives, but like every thing else, they need to be maintained. If an emergency does arise, you will be glad you did.

BBQ Time

If you have not done so yet, please be certain to check your BBQ grills before the cooking season starts. Check to see that all connections do not leak, (use soapy water sprayed on connections to check for leaks) and check hoses to make sure there are no cracks or worn spots and replace if necessary. Never store propane cylinders indoors. Check with your local distributor to be sure that the cylinders are not out of date. Use caution in storing gasoline. Always use the approved containers for storing gasoline. Never store any flammables near any source of ignition, such as pilot lights and gas hot water heaters or any heating devices.

If you have not done so yet, please be certain to check your BBQ grills before the cooking season starts. Check to see that all connections do not leak, (use soapy water sprayed on connections to check for leaks) and check hoses to make sure there are no cracks or worn spots and replace if necessary. Never store propane cylinders indoors. Check with your local distributor to be sure that the cylinders are not out of date. Use caution in storing gasoline. Always use the approved containers for storing gasoline. Never store any flammables near any source of ignition, such as pilot lights and gas hot water heaters or any heating devices.