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5 days ago
ATTENTION PLAINSBORO RESIDENTS!!!
Over the last two months, Plainsboro Fire Company, Plainsboro Rescue Squad, and Plainsboro Police Department have been working together to put a smile on your children’s faces during this pandemic by conducting Siren Parades for birthdays and graduations. With this said, our volunteers nand career staff are happy to do so, but have to limit our parades to two days a week, due to an increase in emergency calls with warm weather and overwhelming requests for siren parades. We will be stopping the siren parade requests on Sunday, June 14, but will finish off with one big FINAL HURRAH!
On the weekend of June 27 & 28, we will be conducting a Township Wide Siren Parade for all of Plainsboro Twp. We want to congratulate all Plainsboro High School Seniors that graduated, our college graduates, and push the America Spirit as our country approaches July 4th and progresses through fighting this pandemic!!! We are excited to put on a great show for our residents.
If you would like to have the parade drive by your residence, please email Fire Police Captain Paul Gaspar, Plainsboro Rescue Squad Chief 100 Ankit Parikh, and Plainsboro Police/OEM Coordinator Dan Reichard at the following email:
We are not specifying times for the June 27/28th parade, due to emergency calls commonly hindering schedules, but we will give you a day and approximate time frame of when we would be rolling through your resident’s vicinity.
Further details to follow!!!
Thank you for your patience and god bless America!! 🇺🇸 ... See MoreSee Less