Comprised of all volunteers for over 100 years, the Cape May Point Volunteer Fire Company is responsible for providing fire and rescue service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to the Borough of Cape May Point, portions of Lower Township and automatic mutual aid to the Borough of West Cape May.
The most southern tip of the state and just under 200 acres in size, Cape May Point is comprised of several hundred residences and non-profit facilities. The municipality is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Delaware Bay, and Higbee Beach Wildlife Management Area.
In addition to fire protection services, volunteers are in charge of water rescue when lifeguards are not present.
The fire company is responsible for raising the majority of funds used to satisfy the fire company’s annual operating budget. Our volunteers work hard during the year to raise these necessary funds through a variety of community drives and events. It is through the success of these fundraising efforts that we are able to provide the community with new and improved fire fighting and rescue equipment, and our volunteer firefighters with the latest training in fire fighting and rescue techniques.
Please join us when we host our various events throughout the year as listed in the calendar section of our site. These events provide a fun and exciting way for you to visit the firehouse, and meet the volunteers dedicated to protecting you, your family, and our community.