For Hall Rental: 609-927-0029 or Email hallrentals@scullvillefire.org

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Address:
1708 Somers Point Rd
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

Phone: (609) 927-2588
(For emergencies dial 911)

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The Scullville Vol. Fire Co. is a 501c3 non-profit, 100% volunteer organization

Donations to our company are welcome and help to ensure we can continue to provide the residents of Egg Harbor Township the quality, professional service they expect and deserve.

Department News

Mark your calendars, along with Terror in the Junkyard, this popular event is also returning again this year!

Visit us at Egg Harbor Township’s National Night Out, Tuesday August 2nd, from 6-9pm. This is a great event showcasing the resources of the township and building comradery within the community. Get to know police officers, firefighters, EMT’s and various community leaders, followed by fireworks at dusk.

Our Chaplain is also the Pastor at Asbury United Methodist Church. Please consider supporting them this year at their annual Chicken BBQ Saturday August 6th, from 1pm-6pm. Rather than cooking, have a delicious home made take-out meal. Only $15 per person includes consists of 1/2 BBQ Chicken, Baked Beans, Mac...
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Hall Rental

Call 609-927-0029, submit an inquiry on the hall rental page, or send a message to hallrentals@scullvillefire.org
The first fire truck was purchased January 21, 1935 for $30.00 in Oceanville. A 6-cylinder Reo was purchased December 1936. A 1933 Ford was purchased in December 1939, then an all-wheel drive Chevy truck was purchased in 1952

About US


The Scullville Volunteer Fire Company No. 3 was organized August 16, 1934 with 13 members present. Meeting was called to order and the following officers were elected. Philip Cavanaugh – President; Richard Somers – Vice President; Raymond Tallman – Secretary; George Sourides – Treasurer; Arthur Tallman – Financial Secretary; Charles Smith, Martin Lee and Albert Steelman – Trustees; Line Officers included Raymond Tallman – Chief; Lawrence Swift – Asst. Chief; Philip Cavanaugh – Captain; Joseph Fennell , – Lieutenant.

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