The job of a firefighter can be physically, emotionally, and psychologically demanding. It takes special people who can perform this task while managing their own personal lives. To help in this regard Department members work at maintaining a close knit family, creating strong bonds with each other, and we make every effort to provide for our own safety while providing for the safety of others. Members on the Princeton Fire Department may have less than one year, and as many as 30 years of experience in the fire service, but they function as an effective team none the less. Our team makes every effort to insure the service and experience you have with our organization is a positive one, and we hope that in the end we will have made a difference. To see more information on the people who serve the Princeton community and our apparatus click the links below.
Central Fire Station located at 510 Woody Street, named for “Pappy” Woody, former Fire Chief and a founding member