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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
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
The Red Bank Fire Marshal's Office and Office of Emergency Management are aware that some residents may rely on generators to power their home in a

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Fire Marshal's Office

We are located at:
Borough of Red Bank
3rd Floor
90 Monmouth Street
Red Bank, NJ 07701
We can be reached at:
Telephone: (732)530-2764
Fax: (732)530-2766
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday: 8:00AM—5:00PM


NameTitlePhone #
Stanley J. Sickels Fire Marshal (732)530-2764
Thomas Welsh Deputy Fire Marshal (732)530-2764
John Drucker Fire Inspector (732)530-2760
Robert Talerico, Sr. Inspector, P/T (732)530-2760
Rosa Brown Senior Secretary (732)530-2760


New Jersey Uniform Fire Code (UFC)

What It Is

The purpose of this code is to establish the minimum requirements consistent with nationally recognized good practice for providing a reasonable level of life safety and property protection from the hazards of fire, explosion or dangerous conditions in new and existing buildings, structures and premises and to provide safety to fire fighters and emergency responders during emergency operations.

How It Works

The Uniform Fire Code is designed to assure that fire safety provisions in existing buildings are maintained and that specific target hazards are retrofitted with fire protection systems, fire resistive construction or other fire safety features that the state has identified as benefiting the health, safety and welfare of the public. Buildings and their associated occupancies are broken down in two categories, Life Hazard Uses and Non Life Hazard Uses. Life Hazard Uses (LHU's) must be registered with the state. Both Life Hazard Uses and Non Life Hazard Uses are inspected in accordance with the code. The UFC is provides for temporary situations such as special events, tents, canopies, construction site safety and use of flame producing equipment.

Who Enforces It

The primary responsibility of the Fire Official is the enforcement of the New Jersey Uniform Fire Code and other local fire safety regulations. Major activities within the scope of this office include:

  • Inspections of Life Hazard Uses
  • Inspections of Non-Life Hazard Uses (except owner-occupied one- and two-family dwellings)
  • Fire Safety Complaints
  • Fire Permit Control
  • Fire investigations to determine origin and cause