During the COVID-19 crisis of 2020, many West Windsor public
and private groups came together to help our community.
Today, Mayor Marathe and the Township Council would like to publicly thank:
Volunteer Fire Company - Station 44
Providing fire and rescue protection to the residents and visitors of West Windsor Township.
Throughout the duration of the COVID-19 crisis, the volunteers of Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company continued to provide service to the community. When called for service, all the men and women of the department donned their fire gear while strategically implementing social distancing and mask protocols to ensure all involved were protected. Regardless of the nature of the emergency, the volunteers of Princeton Junction Fire Company selflessly answered the call. Back at our station, sanitizing the apparatus, fire gear and equipment was of the utmost importance to eliminate the possibility of spreading the virus. Although we had to limit our Community Outreach by restricting the publics access to the station, our interaction and education with the residents was made possible at small fund-raisers, social media and calls for service.
Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company - Station 44 is composed of:
All of the volunteers members of Princeton Junction Fire Company. Membership comprised of
firefighters, junior firefighters, fire police and associate members.
Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company - Station 44 would also like to thank:
- Mercer Mask Project
- West Windsor Volunteer Fire Company
- West Windsor Fire & Emergency Services
- West Windsor Township Administrator & Council