MONTHLY CALLS
Month

Jobs

Pins

Total

  Jan

3

0

61

  Feb

5

0

65

  Mar

1

0

20

  Apr

  May

  Jun

  Jul

  Aug

  Sep

  Oct

  Nov

  Dec

 Total

9

0

146

YEARLY CALLS
Year

Jobs

Pins

Total

 2019

19

5

671

 2018

14

6

701

 2017

26

5

762

 2016

26

11

638

 2015

16

5

662

 2014

24

10

638

 2013

23

7

607

 2012

34

8

682

 2011

23

9

903

 2010

25

10

747

 

Upcoming Events
Maintenance Night
First and Third Tuesday at 1830 hrs


Company Training
Second and Fourth Tuesday every Month at 1830 hrs


Company Meeting
First Thursday of every Month 1900 hours


Board of Supervisor Meeting
Lower Paxton Township Board of Supervisor's Meeting
First and Third Tuesday Regular Meeting at 1930 hrs
Second Tuesday is Work Shop Meeting at 1930 hrs



 

Check it out!Congratulations to Lower Paxton Township on the purchase of their Seagrave 95' Aerialscope for the Colonial Park Fire Co. #1. in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. This purchase is in conjunction of a rescue pumper recently delivered to the Paxtonia Fire Company. Thank you Director Adam Kosheba and Lower Paxton Township for your continued business.

Some features of this apparatus include:
* Seagrave Marauder 131" Stainless Steel Cab
* Cummins X12 500HP
* 37" Cab Access Compartments
* Federal Signal LED Upper Warning Light Package
* Stainless Steel Low-Low Body
* Onan 6kW Hydraulic Generator
* Fire Research LED Scene Light Package
* 95' Aerialscope Boom
* FireTech HIVIZ Full Brow Light
* Dual Platform Monitors
* Stokes Mounting Bracket
* 5000 lb Lifting Eye On Lower Boom
* 237 Inch Wheelbase

For additional information about this apparatus or another Seagrave product contact your local representative or call 715-823-1975.

www.seagrave.com
SO#: 56238
Dealer: 10-8 Emergency Vehicle Services
Salesman: Troy Wenger
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Check it out!

 

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Another ‘Tower 33’!! Congrats guys!

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I can’t wait to see the big beautiful Tower 33

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Box 33-5 was struck just after midnight for a structure fire muti-family. Engine 33, Truck 33 and Chief 33-1 went in route. Engine 33 arrived to find nothing showing stretching and stretched a single line. Upon investigation crews found a small fire in the bathroom ceiling and the apartment charged with smoke. The incident was quickly scaled back. Thank you to to all mutual aid Companies who responded this morning. Paxtonia 34 Fire Company Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 South Central EMS Harrisburg Lower Paxton Fire ... See moreSee less

Box 33-5 was struck just after midnight for a structure fire muti-family. Engine 33, Truck 33 and Chief 33-1 went in route. Engine 33 arrived to find nothing showing stretching and stretched a single line. Upon investigation crews found a small fire in the bathroom ceiling and the apartment charged with smoke. The incident was quickly scaled back. Thank you to to all mutual aid Companies who responded this morning. Paxtonia 34 Fire Company Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 South Central EMS Harrisburg Lower Paxton Fire

Back to back babies! Today at 1211 PM FF Eddie Rehn and his wife Krystal welcomed Bryce Alexander Rehn to their family at 9lbs and 3oz! Congratulations to the Rehn Family! This was the second firehouse baby this week after Captain Minieri and his wife Heather’s baby two days ago. ... See moreSee less

Back to back babies! Today at 1211 PM FF Eddie Rehn and his wife Krystal welcomed Bryce Alexander Rehn to their family at 9lbs and 3oz! Congratulations to the Rehn Family! This was the second firehouse baby this week after Captain Minieri and his wife Heather’s baby two days ago.

 

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Another beautiful blessing. Same weight as my baby girl who turns 16 in July. Enjoy the giggles and cuddles.

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Good morning everyone. We would like to welcome into this world another member of the Colonial Park Fire Company! Brantley Minieri was born at 9:21 p.m. weighing 7lbs 15oz. Both mom and Brantley are doing well. Congratulations to the Minieri Family! We are all looking forward to meeting Brantley! ... See moreSee less

Good morning everyone. We would like to welcome into this world another member of the Colonial Park Fire Company! Brantley Minieri was born at 9:21 p.m. weighing 7lbs 15oz. Both mom and Brantley are doing well. Congratulations to the Minieri Family! We are all looking forward to meeting Brantley!

 

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Gorgeous Baby 😍! Prayers for safety and good health for the family.

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Engine and Ladder 33 along with Chief 33-1 and mutual aid from Paxtonia 34 Fire Company and Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 are currently working a first due box on Locust Lane for a report of smoke in the basement.

Lower Paxton Fire turned out 26 volunteers on the box.
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Engine and Ladder 33 along with Chief 33-1 and mutual aid from Paxtonia 34 Fire Company and Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 are currently working a first due box on Locust Lane for a report of smoke in the basement. 

Lower Paxton Fire turned out 26 volunteers on the box.

 

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⚠ Due to the large amount of speculation regarding COVID-19, this is a reminder to rely on OFFICIAL sources for accurate information.

Help control the spread of rumors by sharing this page: fema.gov/coronavirus-rumor-control

Sign up for the latest updates, localized information and rumor control from your local & state officials.

You can always find the latest updates from federal agencies at: coronavirus.gov #rumorcontrol
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⚠ Due to the large amount of speculation regarding COVID-19, this is a reminder to rely on OFFICIAL sources for accurate information.

Help control the spread of rumors by sharing this page: fema.gov/coronavirus-rumor-control 

Sign up for the latest updates, localized information and rumor control from your local & state officials.

You can always find the latest updates from federal agencies at: coronavirus.gov #rumorcontrol

It’s important to know when to call 911, especially during the COVID-19 outbreak.

📞 Keep lines open for emergencies.

Call your healthcare provider or 1-877-PA-HEALTH with COVID-19 questions. Learn more from the Pennsylvania Department of Health ➡️ bit.ly/CoronavirusPADOH.

(*Special thanks to our friends at Georgia Department of Public Health for their original infographic.)
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It’s important to know when to call 911, especially during the COVID-19 outbreak.

📞 Keep lines open for emergencies.

Call your healthcare provider or 1-877-PA-HEALTH with COVID-19 questions. Learn more from the Pennsylvania Department of Health ➡️ bit.ly/CoronavirusPADOH.

(*Special thanks to our friends at Georgia Department of Public Health for their original infographic.)

The Colonial Park Fire Company #1 is restricting access at the fire station to non-essential personnel due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is to protect the first responders but also the public from the virus. We want to take all precautions possible so our department can continue to provide emergency services. This decision was not taken lightly. During this time we also will not be accepting outside food donations or attending any public events.

If anyone has any questions please contact Deputy Chief Kelly Lemmons at 717-215-5549 or Klemmons@colonialparkfire.org
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The Colonial Park Fire Company #1 is restricting access at the fire station to non-essential personnel due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is to protect the first responders but also the public from the virus. We want to take all precautions possible so our department can continue to provide emergency services. This decision was not taken lightly.  During this time we also will not be accepting outside food donations or attending any public events.

If anyone has any questions please contact Deputy Chief Kelly Lemmons at 717-215-5549 or Klemmons@colonialparkfire.org

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More photos from today’s one line fire at the Catalina Apartments.

 

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433 S. Houcks Road

Harrisburg, PA 17109

Phone: (717) 652-8378
Fax: (717) 545-2411
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