1 week ago
On Tuesday, our Westampton Township Public Works Department received training on CPR, using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and choking. Did you know our Township Building, Recreation Fields on Bridge Street and our Recreation Center are all equipped with public access AEDs? Quality CPR and the early application of an AED saves lives! ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome great job learning cpr and aed
Happy Valentine's Day to all of you
In addition to our daily training activities, every Tuesday our Firefighter/EMTs conduct hands on training at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center in Westampton ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Participating at the RV Wellness and Fitness Day event. A special thank you to the staff for all that you do. ... See MoreSee Less
Today’s training was cutting metal with our Portable Band Saw, Sawzalls and Angle Grinder, which may be needed in various rescue situations ... See MoreSee Less
Today’s training was on Forcible Entry and was held at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center ... See MoreSee Less
An accident at Rancocas and Tallowood will cause both traffic delays and possible power outages for the next few hours. Rancocas Road is open in both directions. ... See MoreSee Less
First, I would like to say I hope all involved are OK. That being said I am not surprised this does not occur more frequently. Motorists waiting to make the left onto Tallowood have to contend with motorists passing on the right (at high speed) crossing over a solid white line and driving on the shoulder mere inches from the turning vehicle, I have had drivers pass me on the right so fast that I now make the safer left at Irick road to make my way home.
Hopefully everyone is ok. Another argument for a traffic light???
Hope everyone is alright
Happy New Years
Update: Woodlane Rd is closed between Maple Tree Dr and Irick Rd (westbound) due to a down telephone pole. Please use caution in the area. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
Westampton Township Emergency Services shared a post.
2 months ago
We have seen an increase number of fires over the last several months at the recycling center located here in Westampton. Please be extra careful with your recycling.Please DO NOT put any batteries in your recycling container!
Batteries can cause fires at the recycling plant.
This also includes the small batteries that come contained within musical greeting cards. ... See MoreSee Less