The Burlington Township Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of Former Chief Jim “Libby” Liberatore. Libby devoted most of his adult life to emergency services by serving in several Fire, EMS, and Police capacities throughout his lifetime.
Viewings will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, March 6 and from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, March 7 at the Beverly Road Fire Co., 1001 Beverly Road, Burlington. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the fire station. Entombment will follow services in the Odd Fellow Cemetery, Route 130 and Beverly Road, Burlington.
Congratulations to our Burlington County Fire Academy Firefighter 1 graduates. These dedicated Firefighters successfully completed the rigorous four month program and are now fully certified to respond to the needs of the
Burlington Township Community.
(from left: Evan LaGrange, Dana Sobel, John Krzywulak, Jen Diamond)
At the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony held on Thursday, December 4 the Burlington Township Fire Department escorted a special guest to the event. Entertainment was provided by the Burlington Township High School Jazz Band, Fountain Woods School Choir, and the B. Bernice Young School Choir. Free refreshments were served. The annual event is sponsored by the Burlington Township Heritage Commission.
August 15, 2014
The Burlington Township Fire Department took delivery of a new 2014 Pierce Impel Pumper designated as Engine 3032. The truck is housed at Fire Station 303 on Neck Road. It replaces a 1993 Pierce Lance Pumper which will be sold at auction. The truck is a twin to Engine 3022 which is housed at Station 302 on Beverly Road.
Provided by the Community, Driven by Dedication
The Burlington Township Fire Department congratulates Fire Police Captain Warren Lane, recipient of the 2014 Knights of Columbus Burlington Council #589 Shield Award. Each year, the Knights of Columbus recognizes members from the Burlington City and Burlington Township Police, Fire, and EMS Departments who excel at service to their community. Captain Lane has served in the past as Fire Chief, retired as Lieutenant of the Burlington Township Police Department, and now leads the Fire Police Division.