The Stafford Township Bureau of Fire Prevention is responsible to enforce the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code as a Local Enforcing Agency. Fire Inspections are conducted annually on all Commercial, Retail, Educational and Health Care facilities. Fire Safety Education for all ages is provided along with Fire Extinguisher Training for Businesses and Groups. Fire Investigations are completed along with County and State Officials.
All daily mailings, correspondences and record keeping
Phone and counter assistance
Record keeping for Fire House Planning/Zoning plan approvals
Coordinating and scheduling for Inspectors for fire safety programs
Coordinating School Inspections and all Township Buildings
Shared info with Emergency Management
Organizing certificates, prizes and donations for our Poster Contest with all Stafford Schools during Fire Prevention week.
Fire Safety Permits
Township Knox-Box® program
requires all commercial occupancies with a monitored alarm system to
have a Knox security key box installed. Property owners in our community
store entrance keys, access cards and floor plans in high-security
Knox-Box® key boxes mounted near their building entrances. Each
Knox-Box® purchased by the property owner is keyed to a single master
key controlled by your department. With the Knox System, there is no
cost to the fire department, no waiting for a property owner to unlock
the door in the middle of the night, and no forcing the door open to
The Knox Rapid Entry System reduces response time,
property damage and the liability for lost keys. To order your Knox Box
please complete the online order form. The form will be forward to our office for approval and sent directly to you to be installed. Please be sure you select Stafford Township Fire Department or use 08050.
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