The Central Volunteer Fire Company is one of six fire stations responsible for providing fire and rescue services to the Town of Elizabeth. The town is made up of approximately 22 square miles of commercial, residential, and rural areas with a population of about 13,000 people.
A completely volunteer department, they currently operate out of one station consisting of a pumper, heavy rescue, tower ladder, special operations all terrain vehicle, squad, and a support truck.
A key facility is the McKenery Memorial Social Hall, which was named in honor of a firefighter who died in the line of duty in 1955. The hall will comfortably seat up to 250 people and is handicapped accessible. It has heating and air-conditioning, a well lit parking lot, a full kitchen, and an outdoor patio with picnic tables. The hall is perfect for meetings, weddings, graduation parties, or birthday parties.
Varies per event; call for information.
Free, on-site parking is available.