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2017 Incidents
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Wetdown for new Tower and Mini Pumper

Ex-Chief Louis Warnet Jr. - Ex-Chief, June 03

The Ramsey Fire Department will be hosting a dedication and wetdown celebration for the new Rosenbauer 88' Mid Mount Platform and the KME 1000 GPM Mini Pumper on Saturday, June 22, 2019, starting at 4:00 P.M. till 8:00 P.M. at Ramsey Fire Headquarters on Island Ave. across from the High School. All are invited!! There will be food, beverages, shirts and music. Please help us celebrate these two new ... (Full Story)

Co Alarms

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, May 30

Act fast when the CO detector sounds its alarm. Most of the time it’s NOT malfunctioning– it’s trying to save your life! Feeling sick - think you may have CO poisoning? Call 911... (Full Story)

Commemorative coin of Mack Tower Ladder 441

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, April 23

The coin was made to remember on of the most famous and well used Tower Ladders in Bergen County.

The truck is still in service and has been to three working structure fires before finally being retired.

Please open the attachment on how to obtain your very own commemorative coin.... (Full Story)

Tower 441 nears completion

430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, October 13

The new Tower 441 is finally near completion after a nearly 5 year process. Currently the truck is undergoing the final stages of preparation before delivery, which will take place later this month. Once it's delivered, the members will be busy with training and equipment installation before placing it in service. A wet down will be planned for next spring as we wait for delivery of a new Mini Pumper ... (Full Story)

Continued Progress on New Tower

430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, July 02

The new tower continues to make progress on the line. Completion date is slated for the last week of July. A final inspection trip will be the week of August 6. The truck will then be delivered to the dealer for final touches.... (Full Story)

New Tower Progress

430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, June 27

The new Tower is making progress at the Rosenbauer factory in Minnesota. Compartmentation is in progress as well as the installation of wiring and lighting. ... (Full Story)

Firehouse Subs Awards Grant for Purchase of Radios for RFD

430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, June 27

The Ramsey Fire Dept and PD have been awarded Grants toward the purchase of new equipment. The award ceremony will take place on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 2:30 PM at the Firehouse Subs store on Rt. 17 south in Mahwah.... (Full Story)

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430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, May 31

KME has received the chassis from Ford into their Pa. facilities to begin the process of building the mini pumper. The FWD F550 is powered by a Power Stroke diesel engine and automatic Transmission. When completed, the truck will be outfitted with a 1000 GPM Darley pump and 250 gallon water tank. The body shall have the same look as the squad with everything fully enclosed including the pump panel. ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Tower Progress

430 Louis Warnet Jr. - Chief of Department, March 04

Members of the RFD traveled out to Wyoming, Minnesota last week to inspect the progress of the new tower at the Rosenbauer factory. The vehicle was thoroughly gone over to be sure specifications were met before the body is manufactured and mounted. A meeting was held with factory personnel to be sure that all expectations were met during the final phase of construction. It is expected that a final ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Chief receives donation from Bears Cove Association at Borough Council Meeting

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, January 28

Pictures of Chief Lou Warnet receiving donation from Bears Cove Townhouse Association at recent Council meeting.... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Safety Education

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, January 13

We have a great Public Education program that is available to come to your organization and talk about fire safety. If you are interested

in having us, please email us Pubed@ramseyfd.com. ... (Full Story)



Ex-Chief Pierre D. Gauthier, January 13

The Ramsey Fire Department is pleased to announce the return of the TOT FINDER program. Some may remember the old bright orange & silver TOT FINDERS that used to be and still may be to be on the outside of the windows of your homes. The return of the TOT FINDERS brings us a new look and a safer application. Due to a changing society and the security concerns of our children so as not to alert undesirables ... (Full Story & Photos)

NJ MVC Chapter 4 - Safe Driving Rules & Regulations and the Move Over Law

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, January 13

Chapter 4 - Safe Driving Rules & Regulations
Added March 26, 2009
As of January 27, 2009, New Jersey's "Move Over" law requires that all motorists approaching a stationary, authorized emergency vehicle, tow truck, highway maintenance or other emergency service vehicle that is displaying a flashing, blinking or alternating red, blue, amber ... (Full Story)

Carbon Monoxide Safety information

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, November 20

Please take the time to read about Carbon Monoxide Safety... (Full Story)

Tisdale School Call. 10/23/17

Ex-Chief Pierre Gauthier, October 23

A special thank you to everyone who responded to this morning's evacuation at Tisdale School. On behalf of the staff, students and parents, we thank you for your prompt arrival, response to our concerns and cooperation.

We appreciate the job you do each day and thank you for continuing to keep the Ramsey community safe. Please forward this email to anyone who may have been a part of this morning's ... (Full Story)


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