OPERATION SANTA 2020

It's that time of year again!

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company will be escorting Santa Claus through Princeton Junction on Saturday, December 19, 2020. 

Below is the list of developments and streets he will be visiting. If your development/street is not listed below, please check with the West Windsor Volunteer Fire Department, www.westwindsorfire.com.

Exact times that Santa will be in each neighborhood are not available, please DO NOT call the West Windsor Police Department for the information.

Saturday, December 19
Princeton Terrace
Avalon Watch
Clarksville Road
Sherbrooke
Cranbury Road
Millstone Road
Joanne Street
Stobbe Lane
Perry Drive
Dean Court
Steele Drive
Melville Road
Channing Way
Yeger Road
Bolfmar Ave
Penn Lyle Road (from Clarksville Rd to Colonial Ave)
Canoe Brook Drive
Nassau Place
Colonial Ave
Princeton Place
Ziff Lane
Arnold Drive
Hereford Drive
Hawk Drive
Worchester Lane
Yorktown Court
North Post Road (from Alexander Road to Indian Run Road)
Indian Run Road
Wellington Drive
Benford Estates
Berrien City
Alexander Road (from North Post to Rt. 571)

Saturday, December 19
Penns Neck
Glenview
Princeton Greens
Canal Pointe
Colonnade Pointe
Charlotte Rachel Wilson Apartments
Windsor Woods Apartments
The Estates at Princeton Junction
Bear Brook Road
Windsor Haven
Enclave
Parcs

DIVE INTO SUMMER EVENT - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19

MAYORS BALL INVITATION

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Join us on Sunday, October 7th, 2018, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm for our annual pancake breakfast. Cost $5.00. Thank you for your support.

UNDERSTANDING & FIGHTING BASEMENT FIRES

The Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company and the Mercer County Fire Academy have partnered with the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) to offer the Understanding & Fighting Basement Fires course under an AFG Grant. 


The ISFSI “Understanding and Fighting Basement Fires” program is one of the most talked-about educational experiences in the fire service today. Basement fires present a significant hazard and make tactical choices a challenge for even the most seasoned firefighter. Line of duty deaths and injuries have encouraged departments to reflect on their current tactics, effects of flow path, and safety considerations for basement fires. 


The ISFSI “Understanding and Fighting Basement Fires” 8-hour classroom curriculum addresses types of basement access, fire attack tactics, nozzles and appliances, and tactical considerations based on research and real life experience. The ISFSI partnership with UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute under an AFG grant brings the research to the classroom and from the classroom to the streets.

        BLEEDING CONTROL COURSE        STOP THE BLEED PROGRAM

"Stop the Bleed" event is a nationwide, free course on the principles of bleeding control and providing first aid until the arrival of emergency responders.


Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company, West Windsor Police Department, West Windsor Fire & Emergency Services and Penn Medicine Princeton Health have partnered to educate the public on bleeding control techniques, display and demonstrate the West Windsor Township SWAT/ Tactical Team.


The "Stop the Bleed" course will focus on how to use a tourniquet, perform wound packing and use direct pressure to stop life-threatening bleeding. Show up, be engaged and learn how to save a life. 

     3RD ANNUAL 2018 FIREHOUSE      CHILI CHALLENGE

Save the date! West Windsor Volunteer Fire Co. #1 is hosting its 3rd Annual 2018 Firehouse Chili Challenge, Sunday, 3/18/2018, 3pm-6pm, $5 per person, all ages welcome. Cast your vote for the best firehouse chili in Mercer County! Fire truck tours and demonstrations, apparel sales, 50/50 raffle, free hot dogs, coloring books and plastic hats for kids, 153 South Mill Rd., West Windsor, NJ 08550. More info at http://www.westwindsorfire.com/chili

OPERATION SANTA 2020

Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company

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245 Clarksville Rd, Princeton Junction, NJ 08550, USA

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