Lakeland EMS operates out of three stations covering nearly 50 square miles of Andover Borough, Andover Township, & and Byram Township.
Station 1 is known as the Cranberry Building and is located on Route 206 in Byram Township just South of Cranberry Lake before Cat Swamp Hill. In addition to housing two ambulances, our first response unit, and our special operations trailer, Cranberry also has a large meeting/training room, kitchen, lounge, and offices for the Line and Executive Board.
The picture above shows Cranberry in 2002, with old 230, old 232, and old 231. This station currently houses BLS 4351, BLS 4352, Heavy Rescue 4356, FRU 4358, and Special Services Trailer Sussex SAMT-1.
Station 2 is located at the intersection of Route 206 and Goodale Road in Andover Township. Our Goodale sub-station houses two ambulances and one of the first response units. On October 27th, 2017, Station 2 was dedicated in the memory of Past Chief E. Scott Danielson, who died in the line of duty in January 2016.
This station currently houses BLS 4353, Rescue BLS 4355, & SSU 4359.
Station 3 is another sub-station located in the Public Safety Complex on Lee Hill Road, Byram Township. Lakeland has a bay available here and shares space with the Byram Township Police Department and Fire Department.
Our bay in this station is used for extra storage at the moment as there are no EMS apparatus permanently assigned here. However, during surge times or inclement weather, an ambulance may be stationed here to assist with coverage.