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Fire Department Notices
In an effort to keep our residents safe, the Borough of Red Bank wants to offer several reminders to our residents this Halloween Weekend ranging fr
On Sunday, April 12, Broad Street and Monmouth Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from 6am to 7pm due to the Red Bank Streetfair.  Broa
The winter storm headed for our area will bring possibly as much as two feet of snow accompanied by high winds.  Power outages are possible.&nb

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RBFD Chiefs and Executive Council

RBFD Chiefs

The Office of the Chief is occupied by an elected, active member from one of the six Red Bank fire companies. The term is for one year in office, normally preceded by 2 years as deputy Chief; first year as Second Deputy and a second year as First Deputy Chief, respectively.

The chiefs are elected each December from nominees presented by the fire company in turn for chief selection. The rotation among companies is in the following order, Navesink Hook & Ladder, Independent Engine, Westside Hose, Liberty Hose, Union Hose and Relief Engine company.

In the 1800s the RBFD Chief was predominantly a member of the Navesink Hook & Ladder Company, with sporadic designations from Relief and Independent. The first Liberty Hose designated chief occured not until 1905. This same year, the position began its rotation among the fire companies with a typical two year tenure for each chief, and then changing to a one year term in 1931. The first designated chief out of Union Hose was in 1907 and for Westside Hose (the youngest company) it happened not until 1929. The currently established cyclical rotation among the companies began in 1925, which starts with Hook & Ladder and ends with Relief Engine company. The Year 2000, coincidentally starts the rotation again with the RBFD Chief being a member of the Navesink Hook & Ladder Company.

RBFD Executive Council

The Executive Council consists of five member delegates from each of the six fire companies and the duly elected Chiefs of the Department. The Council meets once a month to conduct business and to make executive decisions and policy affecting the RBFD.

The RBFD Executive Council is established by law as per Borough Ordenance Code 2-37.11. The Council is thereby tasked with the responsibility for all administrative policies of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department.

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