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Lincroft Fire Co.
601 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft, NJ 07738
Also known as Station 10 of the 11 in the Middletown Township Fire Department, Lincroft Fire Co., which wasMore founded in 1932, serves the southwestern portion of the township known as Lincroft. Due to the growing population in Lincroft, the company is now equipped with a "tower" ladder truck, a brush (fire) truck and an engine truck. Along with their brethren at River Plaza Hose Co., the firemen of Lincroft Fire Co. assist neighboring towns when the need arises; they are part of one of the largest all-volunteer fire departments in the world.
Port Monmouth Fire Co.
Main St & Wilson Ave, Port Monmouth, NJ 07758

The Port Monmouth Fire Company is station number six of the 11 volunteer fire companies that make up theMore Middletown Township Fire Department; this is one of the largest all-volunteer fire departments in the world.  

The Port Monmouth Fire Company was incorporated in November of 1922, at a meeting at Port Monmouth School. It purchased its first fire truck in 1923. Presently, the company operates three fire engines and two support vehicles, including a brush fire truck. It is equipped to respond to a variety of calls, ranging from fires to carbon monoxide alarms. 

Belford Independent Fire Co.
State Hwy 36, Belford, NJ 07718
The Belford Independent Fire Co. is also known as Station 7 in the Middletown Township Fire Department, which is one ofMore the largest all-volunteer fire departments in the world. It serves the Belford and New Monmouth sections of the township, from the more northern central to easterly parts of town. Equipped with a 2007 American-LaFrance aerial ladder, a 2000 Smeal Class A pumper and a brush (fire) truck, Belford Independent has roughly 30 members, 10 associate members and a ladies' auxiliary.
East Keansburg Fire Co.
State Route 36 E & Thompson Ave, Middletown, NJ 07748
Also referred to as Middletown Township Fire Department Station 5, the East Keansburg Fire Co. is one of 11 fireMore companies. The East Keansburg station serves the northeasterly portion of the 42-square mile township, or what is referred to now as North Middletown. Equipped with a brush fire vehicle, two pumpers and a retired Suphen (which serves as a back-up truck), the East Keansburg Co. welcomes new volunteers and offers tips and advice on its Web site.