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Fire Station 22

Engine 22 Fire Station located on North Kings Highway and Chelten Parkway was built in 2005/2006 and was first staffed in the late spring of 2006. This firehouse marked the first newly constructed firehouse in Cherry Hill in nearly 40 years. The site offered a location on the North Kings Highway corridor, long identified as a desirable strategic location for a balanced response across Cherry Hill.

Engine 22 houses a fire engine, relocated from the Erlton firehouse at Route 70 & Wesley, and one ambulance. Engine 22 & Ambulance 1392 are staffed 24 hours a day by Cherry Hill Firefighters and EMTs.


Station 22 Patch
Engine 22's Station Patch

Engine 1322
Engine 1322 was established on December 9, 2002, and originally housed at Fire Station 24 on Route 70 W.

Station 22's response local consists largely of residential properties, but with the Kings Highway corridor, the company also covers mid- to high-rise office buildings, nursing facilities, schools, places of worships, retail and restaurants. Engine 1322 also provides mutual aid response for major incidents to parts of neighboring Mount Laurel and Maple Shade.