Fairfield Township Office of Emergency Management
The Office of Emergency Management uses an All-Hazards approach to protect the citizens of the Township of Fairfield.
The Office of Emergency Management is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Emergency Management Coordinator:
Emergency Management Deputy:
To report a Fire, Accident, or other emergencies: CALL 9-1-1
To contact Fairfield Township Emergency Management:
Telephone: 856-451-9284 x 116
Address: P.O. Box 240 / Fairton, NJ 08320
The Fairfield Township Emergency All-Hazards plan is New Jersey State Certified every four (4) years after it is reviewed for completeness and upgrades. The plan is also reviewed by the Fairfield Township Emergency Management Office annually to keep it current and accurate.
Major tasks assigned to each of the following listed functional annexes and identify by title, the individual responsible for each annex.
- Emergency Operations Center
- Public Information
- Fire and Rescue Services
- Law Enforcement
- Public Works
- Resource Management
- Social Services
- Damage Assessment
- Emergency Medical Center
- Hazardous Materials
- Public Health
- Shelter/Reception and Care
This All-Hazards Plan for Fairfield Township contains guides and operating procedures to be used in any and all types of emergencies, (man-made and natural) that may occur within the township.
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