Radio Frequencies:

These are the frequencies our department operate on:

 VHF (High Band)
Dispatch
151.340  DPL 023 Rx
159.225 DPL 023 Tx

Fire Ground Tac
159.330 DPL 023

We will still be simulcasting on  Low Band and operating on it  When applicable

Sussex Fire 1:

 46.100

Sussex Fire 2:    46.400 
Sussex Fire 3:  46.240
Sussex Fire 4:  46.280
Sussex Fire 5:  46.340


Congratulations to the Stanhope Fire Department 
2020 Officers:


Fire Chief 
Alan Bookspan

1st. Assistant Chief
Mitch Ellicott

2nd Assistant Chief
Mike Donahue

Captain 
Dave Badolato

Lieutenant 
Jonathan Miller

Fire Police Captain 
Tyler Ukleya

President Mike Ryan
Vice President Jeff Jozowski
Treasurer Don Drake
Secretary Hugh (Rev) Matlack

 We look forward to a 
safe and productive year


The Stanhope Fire Department would like to remind you that a clearly visible, accessible fire hydrant could save your home – or even your life. If a fire hydrant is lost or buried in snow, firefighters can lose valuable time trying to locate it when they first arrive at a fire. You can perform a valuable public service and protect yourself, your family and your neighbors by taking the responsibility for shoveling out and clearing any fire hydrants near your home during and after a snowstorm. With more snow sure to be on the way, we’d like to offer these suggestions:

Know the location of all fire hydrants in your neighborhood.

Make sure they are shoveled clear after each snowfall.

Clear away any snow and ice in the area surrounding these fire hydrants.

Clear the snow three feet all around the hydrant so firefighters have enough room to connect a hose.

We would also like to remind you to look out for your elderly or handicap neighbors as well, by taking a few extra minutes to shovel out their hydrants.

Please take some time now to save precious minutes in case of a fire. A few scoops of snow today could make all the difference later.



Contact Information:

Address: 
26 Main St.
Stanhope, NJ 07874

Phone: 
973.347.5017

Fax: 
973.347.1529

Email:

stanhopefd@gmail.com



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 Fire Safety Tips

Time Changes Mean Battery Changes

Get in the habit of changing the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors every fall and spring when changing the clocks for Daylight Savings Time. It is also a good idea to make it standard procedure in your household to verify that all fire extinguishers are fully charged and in working order when you adjust the clocks each season.

Home Heating Tips

No matter what type of device you use to heat your home, making sure your heating devices and/or systems are in good working order is an important part of learning some fall fire safety tips. Many things can go wrong with heating equipment during the spring and summer months. Verify that everything you need to keep your home warm throughout fall and winter is in good working order before you experience the first cold snap of the season.

Central Heating System Safety Tips

  • Get your central heating system cleaned, inspected and serviced by a certified HVAC (heating, venting and air conditioning) contractor every year before using it.
  • If you have a gas heater, make sure that you have a sufficient quantity of fully functioning carbon monoxide detectors installed in your home.

Space Heater Safety Tips

  • Make sure that any space heaters are surrounded by at least three feet of empty space.
  • Never place clothing or any other objects on a space heater to dry.
  • Do not place space heaters near furniture or drapery.
  • Turn space heaters off when you leave the house or go to bed.
  • Avoid storing any combustible items near heaters.