It's not just about fires for the Maplewood Fire Department. They're also busy with fire prevention and handling…More non-fire-related emergencies. Their fire prevention bureau issues fire safety permits and conducts fire inspections, in addition to other duties. The fire department also heads the town's office of emergency management, which uses federal and state resources to maintain an emergency preparedness plan.
ADT 122 Dunnell Rd, Maplewood, NJ07040 ADT is a home security franchise with a location in Maplewood. ADT offers home and business security services to clients…More throughout the United States. These services include home security systems, video surveillance, emergency response systems, fire safety products, instrusion detection systems for businesses, mass notification systems and security system design services. ADT also offers free security reviews. For further inquiries, phone ADT in Maplewood.
Also known as the Firemen's Mutual Benevolent Association Local #25, this organization works to protect the interests…More of firefighters. Since the earliest days of firefighting in New Jersey in the 18th century, firefighters have formed associations to help members, or the families of members, who are in need. Today the organization works to improve benefits and working conditions for firefighters as well as to increase public education about firefighting and fire prevention.
The FMBA conducts fundraising campaigns for worthy causes; one current effort collects aluminum cans to raise money for burn victims. Maplewood residents can drop off cans 24/7 in the trailer at the back of the fire station to benefit St. Barnabas Hospital's programs for burn victims.
Through the T-Shirts for Troops program, you can buy one tee and have two sent to a U.S. soldier in Iraq. Contact Michael Dingelstedt at email@example.com or 973-763-6500, voicemail #2223.
The state firefighters' association website includes a lengthy history of the organization, tracing how it has changed as firefighting itself has grown from a largely private endeavor to an important government activity.
East Side Fitness 1865 Springfield Ave, Maplewood, NJ07040 Maplewood local Brian Crowell and his father Wayne Crowell (the former Maplewood fire chief) have teamed up with Ron…More Glass to create a 6,500 square foot facility set to feature workout areas, training, showers and lockers. East Side will provide space for do-it-yourself workouts, cardio circuits, and personal training sessions. Classes in cardio, strength training, and group exercise will be added in 2010. The 5 am weekday opening time will allow commuters to come for an early workout, take a shower, and then catch the nearby jitney to the train station, while childcare will allow parents to work out while their kids are nearby.