Radio Frequencies:

These are the frequencies our department operate on:

New 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

Auxiliary Fundraiser:  Join us this Saturday




The officers and members of the Stanhope Fire Department are announcing the Firefighter Ed “Bear” Frenenski Memorial T – Shirt Fundraiser.  Firefighter Frenenski was a 12 year member of the Stanhope Fire Department and was a sports fan of the Miami Dolphins and New York Yankees. He also enjoyed playing darts and being a dedicated firefighter riding on Rig Utility 6.

Please help support the Stanhope Fire Department honor Firefighter Frenenski as all proceeds will go to help build a memorial in his memory. All shirts are available in sizes Small to 3XLarge and can be purchased in long or short sleeve. Please make all checks Payable to the Stanhope Fire Department and have all orders in by:

APRIL 25th 2018.   COST FOR SHIRTS:  $20.00

Stanhope Fire Department Attention Memorial Fund Drive

26 Main Street

Stanhope NJ 07874

 

Contact Chief Alan Bookspan 201-874-2488 for further details or stop by the firehouse Monday nights from 7pm to 9pm. Please note that shirts will be delivered mid to late May as it will take 3 weeks to make shirts. Thank You!!





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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Congratulations to the Stanhope Fire Department 
2018 Officers:


Fire Chief Alan Bookspan
1st. Assistant Chief Dennis Walker
2nd Assistant Chief Jennifer Johnson
Captain Mitch Ellicott
Lieutenant Mike Donahue
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

    WE HAVE MOVED TO HIGH BAND (VHF) NEW RADIO SYSTEM 

WE ARE NOW LIVE!


 Message from the Officers

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.