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Fire District No. 1 Mount Tabor Fire Department
909 Tabor Rd, Morris Plains, NJ 07950
This is the Mount Tabor Fire Department's Tarn Dr. Station. Built in 1965, it was the first modern station for FireMore District No. 1. 
Lake Hiawatha Fire Department
39 N Beverwyck Rd, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034

The Lake Hiawatha Fire Department -- Fire District No. 4 -- has been serving the community since 1935. It operatesMore with two engines, a ladder, a fire command vehicle and a support vehicle. The department is staffed by an all-volunteer crew of six officers, 25 firefighters and a chaplain.

Through the years, it has assisted residents in fires, floods, traffic accidents and other emergencies. In 1980, it also did protection duty for Vice President George Bush during his visit to Parsippany. The department sponsors numerous community events throughout the year, including Fire Prevention Week, when it opens its doors to residents and schoolchildren for firehouse tours and educational seminars.

Parsippany Fire Department
1001 Parsippany Blvd, Parsippany, NJ 07054

 The Parsippany Fire Department is comprised of companies in six districts. For emergencies, dial 911.


Fire District #1

Mount Tabor Volunteer Fire Department

Mount Tabor Area

PO Box 73

Mount Tabor, NJ 07878

Non-Emergency: 973-538-3047

Fire District #2

Rainbow Lakes Volunteer Fire Company

Rainbow Lakes Area

Fire District #3

Lake Parsippany Volunteer Fire Company

Lake Parsippany Area

255 Halsey Road, Parsippany, NJ 07054-5212


Fire District #4

Lake Hiawatha Fire District

Lake Hiawatha Area

39 N. Beverwyck Road, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 

Telephone:  973-334-1762

Fire District #5

Parsippany-Troy Hills Volunteer Fire Company

Eastern Parsippany

Fire District #6

Parsippany-Troy Hills Fire Association

Central Parsippany

60 Littleton Road

Parsippany, NJ 07054-2802

Telephone: 973-334-4540

Lake Parsippany Rescue & Recovery
100 Centerton Dr, Parsippany, NJ 07054
Lake Parsippany Rescue & Recovery is a volunteer-run organization. It provides heavy rescue, vehicle extrication,More confined space rescue, dive rescue, downed tree and limb removal, elevator entrapment, pump outs, and emergency power generation. It also assists six fire departments, one EMS and two ambulance squads.
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