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About The Oldwick Volunteer Fire Company

The Oldwick Fire Company was founded in 1938 and is an all-volunteer company comprised of your neighbors. Sons serve alongside their fathers, and we have welcomed a third generation to our proud heritage of firefighting. The background and age of our volunteers is varied, but we all share a common bond in the desire to serve and protect our community. The firehouse is located just south of the village of Oldwick, at the cross roads of Route 517 and Route 523, in Tewksbury Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Our highly trained company of approximately thirty-five volunteers responds to emergencies both within Tewksbury Township and to the surrounding townships as a mutual aid force. We respond to structure, vehicle and brush fires, accidents, hazardous material events, floods and rescue situations. Our response area includes a section of heavily travelled Interstate 78. The company is also a member of the Hunterdon County Tender Task Force and Foam Task Force. The company responds with five pieces of apparatus: an engine, a pumper/tender, a tactical, a brush and a chief vehicle. To honor our history, we have retained an antique engine. The Oldwick Fire Company responds to over 100 calls per year in addition to conducting routine training both in-house and with the mutual aid forces.

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