To provide volunteer rescue and recovery services to serve the township of Parsippany-Troy Hills.
Parsippany is a suburban town, covering approximately 24.89 square miles in Morris County. With a population of 50,649, Parsippany is the most populated town in Morris County. We have 20,066 housing
units and a total of 14 schools, which includes High, Middle, and Elementary.
Highways, Waterways and Companies
An extensive transportation network, including Routes I-80, I-287, I-280, US 46 and US 202 as well as State Highways 10 and 53 serves the community. In addition to our residence, commuters traveling to and from New York and Pennsylvania on our highways produce accidents and vehicle extrications. With excellent access to
the New York metropolitan area (30 minutes away), Parsippany has become a major employment center for New Jersey with five high-end corporate business campuses all containing elevators. Parsippany is the largest suburban commercial real estate market in New Jersey and is host to many Fortune 500 companies.
Parsippany-Troy Hills was recognized by Money magazine as the 17th-ranked of the Best Places to Live in the United States - the highest-ranked location in New Jersey. Because of the 24 plus miles of Interstates, highways, as well as major industrial parks/ business campuses, residential areas, 2 large lakes and 13 smaller ones, 3 rivers, a major dam, bridges, forest areas, the New Jersey State Psychiatric Hospital, as well as the County Police and Fire Academy, the town has dedicated 6 rescue trucks to our hard working volunteers.