Standing on the same historic site that was home to Comstock’s Central Station for 60 years (1950-2010), the Comstock Township Firefighter’s Memorial is a tribute to, and a reminder of, the service and sacrifice made by members of the Comstock Township Fire Department—past and present. For nearly 100 years, they have bravely served their community with honor, dignity, and devotion.
Phase 1 of construction has been complete, and the memorial site currently features a walkway, memorial rock, and flagpole. This is only the beginning, however. Phase 2 of construction is underway, with plans to build a memorial wall and mural, erect a bronze statue, and improve the landscaping around the site.
Phase 2 was completed in 2020, except for the bronze statue. We are still raising money to complete this final phase of the memorial project. We added benches, planted pine trees, plants/shrubs, and perennials around the paver areas. Power was restored for the flagpole light and irrigation system.