Beverly City Fire Commission Mission Statement:
The first responders from Station 1, Station 2, and Beverly Fire Police will help protect the lives and properties from fires, help with public safety assistance, and assist in medical emergencies to the residents, businesses and visitors within the City of Beverly and the Township of Edgewater Park. The Fire Commissioners advancement in public safety awareness will be through fire prevention, investigations and educational programs that will help minimize the hazards in our communities.
Beverly Fire District #1 is happy to announce our two newest certified firefighters:
Firefighter Sorena Joseph and Firefighter Brooke Richards. CONGRATULATIONS!
The Board of Fire Commissioners has resumed conducting its public meetings in-person. BOFC_Agenda 20220516-draft
Beverly City Fire District No 1 - 2022 Adopted Budget CERTIFIED
Severe Weather Emergency Preparedness
FEMA Awards $241,040 SAFER Grant To Beverly City Fire District No. 1
Recent Storms: The City recently received notification from a few of residents that their properties sustained heavy water damage (flooded basements) during the July 12th storms. Since the storms were so sporadic and only affected a few towns in Burlington County,...
Emergency Preparedness - the best time to prepare is before disaster strikes. Are you READY?
Winter and Holiday Safety Tips
Beverly City BOFC-Juvenile Firesetter Program NJ-Youth Firesetter Contacts
"Close The Door" So if there's a Fire out there and the person is in here, if this door is closed, it could get to 1,800 F degrees in the room where the fire is, but it will stay less than 100 F degrees in the room behind the fire if the door's shut. Controlling the...
A burning question…. Aah, summer. Warm temps, beautiful starry nights, parties on patios, and a nice smoky fire to keep the bugs at bay. The only problem is many residents do not realize the regulations that restrict some of those fires. First, fire safety cannot be...