The 2017 Fort Lee Fire Department Chiefs are:

Chief of Department: Lane Goldstein​

Deputy Chief: Christopher Richter​​

Battalion Chief: Christopher Ipek

F.L.F.D. Profile

Fort Lee Volunteer Fire Department

 1365 Inwood Terrace, Fort Lee, NJ, United States


Founded: July 18, 1888

About Fort Lee Fire Department

About Us

The Fort Lee Fire Department boasts a reputation of serving the community for over 125 years! Currently there are over 100 men and women that comprise the Fort Lee Fire Department. The Fort Lee Fire Department provides protection to over 35,000 residents. The Borough of Fort Lee is comprised of residential homes, high rises, hotels and various commercial establishments. This brings the daytime population of Fort Lee to over 100,000 people. Fort Lee New Jersey is located in northern Bergen County at the entrance to the George Washington Bridge.   The department operates out of four firehouses covering each section of town from East to West and North to South. For more details see below links::

Mission Statement


The Fort Lee Volunteer Fire Department is committed to the preservation of life and property for those who live, work and visit the Borough of Fort Lee; and to utilize the highest standards of education and training permitting all of the firefighters to execute their duties with professionalism and dedication; and to uphold the highest tradition of the fire service.

Fort Lee Fire Department Mission Statement



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