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Chief Shaun Dlabik and President Kris Palmer welcome you to
Lawrence Road Fire Company's homepage on the Internet.

During 2009, Lawrence Road volunteers were dispatched
to 581 emergency assignments.

Lawrence Road Fire Company was organized May 1, 1914, by residents of the Eldridge Park section of Lawrence Township, Mercer County, N.J. The original name of the organization was Lawrence Volunteer Fire Association, but even then it was often referred to as Lawrence Road Fire Company since the first firehouse (a small, wood-frame building) was built on Lawrence Road. In 1953, the organization's name was officially changed to Lawrence Road Fire Company.

Today, the fire company operates out of a modern firehouse located on the same plot of land. Designated as Mercer County Fire Station 22, Lawrence Road Fire Company provides first-due fire protection to the homes and businesses in Lawrence Township Fire District 2, as well as mutual aid to the township's two other fire districts and also to neighboring municipalities, including the state capital, the City of Trenton. The fire company presently is staffed by over 30 active volunteers, with one career firefighter (Robert Santello), who works from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Lawrence Road Fire Company's current fleet of apparatus include: Telesquirt 22 (a 2003 KME 2,000 gallon-per-minute FireStix pumper equipped with a 75-foot ladder); Engine 22 (a 1998 KME 2,000 gallon-per-minute supply pumper); Rescue 22 (a 1996 KME heavy rescue/pumper equipped with a 1,500 gallon-per-minute pump and onboard cascade system); Car 22 (a 1999 Ford Expedition chief's car); Car 22-1 (a 2004 Ford Excursion deputy chief's vehicle); two boats (Marine 22 and Marine 22-1); and a fire safety trailer.

Lawrence Road Fire Company
1252 Lawrence Road
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648

Voice: (609) 883-0559
Fax: (609) 530-1880
E-mail: LawrenceRoadFire@verizon.net

Lawrence Road Fire Company would like to thank Joe Kolodey and Educational Testing Service for their help in designing this website.

Updated: 04/08/2010



December 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

12/3 Three-Alarm Structure Fire; 12/12 Two-Alarm Structure Fire; 12/17 Structure Fire; 12/18 Structure Fire; 12/18 Operation Santa Claus; 12/30 Structure Fire

November 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

11/5 Vehicle Fire

October 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

10/2 Stand By Assignment; 10/14 Structure Fire; 10/17 Structure Fire

September 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

9/3 Accident With Entrapment; 9/9 Natural Gas Leak; 9/11 Stand By Assignment; 9/11 Overturned Vehicle

August 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

8/2 Back-To-Back Structure Fires; 9/22 Major Flooding; 8/27 Structure Fire; 8/28 Accident With Entrapment

July 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

7/6 Two-Alarm Structure Fire; 7/14 Structure Fire; 7/16 Accident With Entrapment; 7/18 Serious Motor Vehicle Accident; 7/20 Accident With Entrapment; 7/26 Stand By Assignment; 7/29 Stand By Assignment; 7/30 Overturned Vehicle; 7/31 Three-Alarm Structure Fire

June 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

6/22 Accident With Entrapment; 6/22 Structure Fire; 6/23 Structure Fire; 6/28 Four-Alarm Structure Fire

May 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

5/3 Structure Fire; 5/4 Accident With Entrapment; 5/13 Rubbish Fire; 5/29 Accident With Entrapment

April 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

4/18 Stand By Assignment; 4/18 Structure Fire; 4/23 HazMat Incident; 4/26 Structure Fire; 4/27 Stand By Assigmnet; 4/27 Brush Fire With Extension To Shed; 4/29 Structure Fire

March 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

3/7 Dumpster Fire; 3/16 EMS Assist; 3/16 Three-Alarm Structure Fire; 3/17 Stand By Assignment

February 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

2/12 Hazardous Condition; 2/12 Stand By Assignment; 2/14 Brush Fire; 2/16 Brush Fire; 2/21 Motor Vehicle Accident; 2/21 Structure Fire;

January 2009

Noteworthy Incidents

1/3 Animal Rescue; 1/21 Structure Fire; 1/24 Structure Fire; 1/28 Smoke Condition; 1/30 Structure Fire