Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
The BFD responded and extinguished a brush fire off Glenwild Ave.
Sunday, February 19th, 2017
Ladder 664 responded to the scene of a Second Alarm House fire in Ringwood NJ on the evening of Sunday February, 19, 2017
Engine 661 covered Pompton Lakes to cover while they responded to a working house fire. Other units responded to several calls in town.
663 and 664 were requested to the scene of a fire in the Apshawa section near the town line for a RIT request
Tuesday, May 11th, 2021
The BFD is hosting a Car & Bike Show on Saturday, July 24th, 2021 from 9 am to 3 pm at the Bloomingdale Firemen's Hall, 97 Hamburg Tpk., Bloomingdale, NJ. Music and entertainment to be provide...
This Saturday, December 12th (rain date 12/14) Santa is visiting the Boro! The BFD is proud to continue this tradition, although, it will be a bit different this year. Santa and his elves will follow ...
Monday, November 30th, 2020
The BFD would like to thank our community for supporting our take out ziti dinners this past fall! We regret to announce that we will putting a pause on our dinners for the winter months. Thank you fo...
As Fire Prevention Week™ approaches, Bloomingdale Fire Department reminds residents:“Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!™ October 4, 2020 – The Bloomingdale Fire Department is...
The "USA"

In June 2010, members of the fire department brought a piece of history back to the community, a 1940 Holabird BF-750, that saw duty in Bloomingdale following World War II until the late 1970's. A Holabird BF-750 is U.S. Army triple combination pumper built at Camp Holabird in Baltimore, Maryland. Holabird Fire Engines were built from 1925 until the onset of the second world war. The BF-750 was in a sense, the largest model built with a 750 gallon per minute rotary gear positive displacement pump. The truck originally saw duty at the Elmira Army Forces Service Depot at Horseheads, NY.

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