Extrication Training

Have general questions about COVID-19?
The NJ Poison Control Center and 211 have partnered with the State to provide information to the public on COVID-19:
Call: 2-1-1
Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253
Text: NJCOVID to 898-211
Visit https://covid19.nj.gov/ or nj.gov/health for additional information



Mykola “Nick” Myronowskyj
Public Information Officer
Forest Grove Volunteer Fire Company Station 43-5
FGVFC435@gmail.com


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Gloucester County RSAN is being replaced by a new system. Effective immediately all 43-5 members must sign up for a free Everbridge account. Copy and paste the following in your browser and go to 

https://member.everbridge.net/index/892807736725230#/login

At the bottom click on sign up. Any members that do not sign up will no longer receive broadcast messages (RSAN) for FD calls and activities.



Remember to change smoke and CO detector batteries and test your units for proper operation.

 DO NOT use generators indoors, even in a garage. Carbon Monoxide (CO) and other dangerous fumes will build up and put your life at risk. See our important information page for more details. 


NOW is the perfect time to make sure to have your chimney properly cleaned and inspected by a professional. Chimney fires are extremely dangerous, but they are easily prevented.


Have an emergency plan for your home. Practice this plan with all family members.


Do you know how to properly operate a fire extinguisher? If not contact us.


Visit us on Facebook @ Forest Grove Vol Fire Co

During the COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic we are slowly returning to scheduling meetings and work details.


All personnel are required to practice good housekeeping and safety practices while at the firehouse.


Please pick up and removing garbage from the firehouse,.


It is required to maintain 6 feet distance apart from other personnel and wear masks or other facial coverings to protect others.


Wipe and sanitize all surfaces after a call, including but not limited to steering wheels, door handles and knobs, and tools. 


Regular apparatus maintenance is being completed under the supervision of the line officers.


When this crisis has passed, we will resume our regular scheduled 19:30 - Fire Company Business Meetings, 18:30 - Drill / Training, 19:00 - Trustee Meetings, and 19:00 - Board of Fire Commissioners, District 4 Meetings. 


Until then be safe.