Tuesday, December 4th, 2018
Just after 23:00 hours the station was dispatched to 100 block of Crescent Ave for a dwelling. Full Story
Just after 02:30 hours Ladder 516 was dispatched to 532 Woodbury Glassboro Rd in Woodbury Heights for a building fire. Full Story
Saturday, November 24th, 2018
Just before 10:30 hours station dispatched to W Red Bank Ave and N broad St for Motor Vehicle Crash. The day continued from there 11:47 hours station dispatched to 526 Mantua Ave for a Motor Vehicle C...
Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
Around 18:15 hours engine was dispatched to Woolwich township, the 200 block of Broad Street for a reported dwelling fire. Full Story
Fire Marshal Office

Fire Marshal Office

Mission Statement

The mission of this Bureau is to prescribe and enforce minimum requirements and controls to safeguard life, property and the public welfare from hazards of fire and explosion arising from the storage, handling or use of substances, materials or devices in the use or occupancy of building, structures, sheds, tents, lots or premises. The Fire Prevention Bureau is responsible for enforcement of the Fire Prevention Code, inspection of buildings and structures for fire hazards and protective equipment, investigation of the causes, origin and circumstances of all fires in the City, and for fire safety education.


What is Fire Prevention?

The primary goal of the Fire Marshal’s Office is to prevent fires by assuring that all publicly occupied structures are maintained in accordance with nationally recognized fire safety standards. The Fire Prevention Bureau was established in 1980, to promote fire safety for the residents of City of

Woodbury. Due to the high increase loss of life, during the 1970’s, and 1980’s, the State of New Jersey adopted The Uniform Fire Codes of New Jersey. These codes help business and homeowners create a safer working and living condition. Currently, the Fire Prevention Bureau consists of four inspectors. The Fire Marshal oversees all inspections of commercial establishments, businesses and multiple dwelling residences within the City. The Fire Marshal also assists local businesses in the town set up and operates within the guidelines of the New Jersey State Uniform Fire Code. All personnel are fully certified in accordance with New Jersey State requirements and are current fire fighters. An important function of the Fire Marshal’s Office is to respond and investigate all reported fires or explosions occurring within the

City of Woodbury as trained fire investigators, the Fire Marshal’s Office determines the origin and cause of the fire. On a daily basis the Bureau works closely with the Township’s Code Enforcement and Construction Department Personnel as well as interfacing with firefighting personnel of the Woodbury Fire Department, who provide fire protection service to the District.

The fire marshal also has a Fire Prevention and Inspections office which provides :

Fire Prevention and Education

The Woodbury Fire Department offers and performs fire prevention and education to all public, parochial and private schools in the district and all residents and merchants.

In classroom instruction

  • Public Assemblies
  • Tours of the fire station
  • Fire engine and ambulance demonstrations
To schedule an inspection please contact office at 856-845-0066. Ext. 6

Click here for the Fire Marshal Forms

Request of a fire report or Questions about fire safety email or contact the Office of the fire marshal

Fire Marshal Office

29 Delaware Street Woodbury, NJ 08096

Office Hours M--F 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Contact Information: 856-845-0066

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