The Fairview Township Fire Department is proud to host, along with Fairview Township EMS, Fairview Township Police, and other community organizations, NATIONAL NIGHT OUT.
On Tuesday August 5th from 5:00PM- 9:00-PM come join the Police, Fire, EMS and other community organizations for a fun filled evening of free food, and family activities.
At Roof Park, located beside the Fairview Township Building. Please consider bringing a non-perishable food item to benefit the Red Land Community Action Program.
The Fairview Township Fire Department will have its smoke house there, along with apparatus displays, fire prevention materials, and Sparky the Fire Dog! Communities across america will be participating in National Night Out by performing many of the same activities, come out and help participate in one of the nations largest get together’s!
The members of the Fairview Township Fire Department wish to invite you out for our annual Memorial Day Chicken BBQ, Saturday May 24th, at our Station 1, 340 Lewisberry Rd. Dinners come fresh off the rack starting at 10am, are served until sold out, and feature out home made sauce that has become a local favorite. $8 gets you half a chicken, baked potato with butter, applesauce, and roll. We also feature drive thru service in our bays so you never need to leave your vehicle! Come out and help support your local VOLUNTEER fire department.
On Monday at shortly after 4PM units from Fairview Township were alerted for a reported house on fire in the 500 block of Bridge St in New Cumberland Borough. Rescue 68 (Lt Freistat) was out in seconds with a crew of 5. Chief 10 arrived to find a well involved fire on the 2nd floor of a 2 story multi-family dwelling that doubled as a business on the first floor. Rescue 68 arrived and proceeded to attack the fire from the front yard due to heavy fire conditions. Once the fire was darkened downed crews then assisted interior crews with further fire attack. Additional crews from Company 68 arrived and assisted with overhaul and hot spots. Chief 68 assisted Chief 10 with Command and Operations. Crews remained on scene for approximately 3 more hours doing overhaul and clean up.
Pictures are courtesy of Thomas Benner of New Cumberland.
The members of the Fairview Township Fire Department were proud to escort home the Red Land Color Guard after placing 8th overall out of 120 at a competition in Ohio over the weekend. Apparatus met the buses at the end of the Interstate 83 Ramp and escorted them back to the High School to awaiting friends and families. This trip was made possible for the Color Guard by the Make A Wish Foundation. Congratulations to all the winners!