News Headlines
Thu. Sep 19th 2019
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Hope to see every one at the 9th Annual Memorial Paddle Out for Lt Andy Boyt. Monday October 14th, Steger's Beach. Followed by a pasta fundraiser from 2-6pm at the Cape May VFW.
Sun. Apr 14th 2019
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Mon. Sep 24th 2018
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Only a few weeks to go to the 8th Annual Paddle out for Lt. Andy Boyt. There are several great ways to help support the Andy Boyt Memorial fund.You can click on the link below to make an immediate don...
Thu. Sep 20th 2018
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Cape May Firefighters Montgomery and Szemcsak are currently in Kelly, North Carolina with New Jersey Task Force 1 assisting with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. The team has been activated since ...
Thu. Sep 13th 2018
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On September 13th, the TBFC Marine Unit & Fire Boat 61 were notified of a subject in the Canal. This subject had allegedly fallen off of the Seashore Road bridge into the water below. Upon arrival...
Fire Museum

UPDATE 5/01/20  The museum is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we look forward to re-opening as soon as it is safely possible. 

 

The museum is open and free to the public. Please come visit and enjoy the history of the City of Cape May Fire Dept.  Shirts can be purchased inside the Station. The career personnel on staff will be happy to assist you. Our Antique Fire Engine is a 1928 American La France and is housed inside the museum. Enjoy your visit!

The 1928 La France pumper is currently getting a full frame off restoration, we hope to announce it's return soon. 

 

 


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