Welcome to Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company's official web page.
This company was formed exclusively to promote fire prevention within the community. To protect lives, reduce property damage from fire, and to provide assistance to persons and property at other emergencies and disasters occurring within the jurisdictional boundaries of the township of West Windsor in Mercer County, New Jersey. Princeton Junction Fire Company was created in 1926. For more information on the progress of the Fire Company through the years, please click on the History link. We currently have about 25 responding members, but are always looking for more. If you are interested in becoming a member, please click the Join Today link. In 2015 we responded to 555 incidents. For a complete listing of prior year and current month to month responses, click on the Statistics link. For information regarding hosting your child's birthday party or scheduling a tour of the firehouse, please click on the Visit Us link. Please check back often, as there are continuing updates to several sections of the site.

"Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Co. #1 is not affiliated or associated with Ready Response USA, Inc. or Princeton Junction Emergency Services, further we do not  authorize or endorse in any way Ready Response USA, Inc. or Princeton Junction Emergency Services or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates."


  • Pancake Breakfast 2016 Its that time again to come join your local volunteers for some Pancakes!THE PRINCETON JUNCTION VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTIS HOSTING A PANCAKE BREAKFASTDate: Sunday, October 9thTime: 8 ...
    Posted Sep 8, 2016, 4:54 PM by Princeton Junction
  • Congratulations! On Monday 20th June we had the proud opportunity to welcome into the firefighter family our newest firefighter, Nalini Madhavan.Nalini has shown a huge amount of determination and perseverance ...
    Posted Jun 22, 2016, 8:45 AM by Princeton Junction
  • 2015 Top Responders The Fire Company is pleased to announce, and recognize, the following members for their dedication in responding to incidents during 2015.  These individuals represent the responders with the ten highest ...
    Posted Jan 21, 2016, 2:29 PM by David Terzian
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