MONTHLY CALLS
Month

Jobs

Pins

Total

  Jan

3

0

61

  Feb

5

0

65

  Mar

1

0

49

  Apr

5

0

37

  May

1

0

57

  Jun

2

0

  Jul

  Aug

  Sep

  Oct

  Nov

  Dec

 Total

17

0

279

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



 

Ladder 33 just returned from a fire in Swatara Fire-Rescue first due on Evelyn Street. The company took side alpha, provided ladders and positive pressure before metering the structure for command 91. Units were out about an hour with the fire. ... See moreSee less

Ladder 33 just returned from a fire in Swatara Fire-Rescue first due on Evelyn Street. The company took side alpha, provided ladders and positive pressure before metering the structure for command 91. Units were out about an hour with the fire.

Busy day today in the Park as members were literally scattered all over the state and Elizabethtown Fire Dept Station 74 was requested to cover Lower Paxton Township. Member Chris Henry was getting married in Butler and although not everyone was able to attend the wedding because of COVID, 3 personnel were able to. Meanwhile, two members were completing BVR training at York and 3 other members were attending an acquired burn hosted by Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 through Shumaker Public Safety Center. Since so many people were all over the place, and the rest of Lower Paxton Fire was out of service for the burn, Station 74 was asked to provide manpower with our drivers to protect the township. ... See moreSee less

Busy day today in the Park as members were literally scattered all over the state and Elizabethtown Fire Dept Station 74 was requested to cover Lower Paxton Township. Member Chris Henry was getting married in Butler and although not everyone was able to attend the wedding because of COVID, 3 personnel were able to. Meanwhile, two members were completing BVR training at York and 3 other members were attending an acquired burn hosted by Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 through Shumaker Public Safety Center. Since so many people were all over the place, and the rest of Lower Paxton Fire was out of service for the burn, Station 74 was asked to provide manpower with our drivers to protect the township.

 

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I grew up just up the hill from St. Michael's In Butler! And now I live 3 streets down from 33! Best wishes!

Union Deposit Road in the area of Country Lake Drive will be closed until a large tree is removed and power/communication lines repaired in the area. ... See moreSee less

Union Deposit Road in the area of Country Lake Drive will be closed until a large tree is removed and power/communication lines repaired in the area.

 

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I drove up on that this morning right after it happened. That tree is huuuuge.

Wow

The Southside was honored to be able to support the procession in remembrance of Chief Mowry from Progress Fire 32. While Engine 33 joined in the procession, Ladder and Rescue 33 set up a flag to pass under during their procession to Fort Indiantown Gap. Please keep the Mowry family, Progress Fire, and all of both their extended families in your thoughts and prayers during the loss of a great husband, father, and Chief. ... See moreSee less

The Southside was honored to be able to support the procession in remembrance of Chief Mowry from Progress Fire 32. While Engine 33 joined in the procession, Ladder and Rescue 33 set up a flag to pass under during their procession to Fort Indiantown Gap. Please keep the Mowry family, Progress Fire, and all of both their extended families in your thoughts and prayers during the loss of a great husband, father, and Chief.

 

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PRAYERS FOR BOTH PROGRESS 32 AND RESCUE FIRE 37 FOR THEIR LOSS AS WELL ! PRAYERS TO ALL THE FAMILIES !

Congratulations to Philip Crea who is one of the first three career firefighters ever hired for New Kingstown Fire Co.! Phil is still a member at the Southside and routinely comes home to visit family and catch calls. Phil is currently a career firefighter in Lafayette Louisiana and also played semi-pro hockey with the Louisiana Ice Gators. We couldn’t be happier that he’ll be back in the area with us and just in time for his wedding! Congratulations Phil, we are just as excited as you are! ... See moreSee less

Congratulations to Philip Crea who is one of the first three career firefighters ever hired for New Kingstown Fire Co.! Phil is still a member at the Southside and routinely comes home to visit family and catch calls. Phil is currently a career firefighter in Lafayette Louisiana and also played semi-pro hockey with the Louisiana Ice Gators. We couldn’t be happier that he’ll be back in the area with us and just in time for his wedding! Congratulations Phil, we are just as excited as you are!

 

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Congratulations and thank you for your service

Congrats Phil! This is awesome!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations 👏 🥰

Congratulations !!

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!

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2 weeks ago

Colonial Park Fire Co. #1

This afternoon, Southside members joined with Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35, Paxtonia 34 Fire Company, and West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 to help congratulate graduates of the Central Dauphin High School class of 2020. Amongst those graduates was Dillon Linville, son of life member and previous chief officer Ron Linville. Due to the unique circumstances of this year, the Southside members couldn't have been happier or more proud when Chief Linville asked if Dillon could pick his diploma up in a fire truck, with no one other than his father driving him. Congratulations to the class of 2020, sorry this year wasn't what you thought it would be, but hopefully we made it just a little bit better! ... See moreSee less

This afternoon, Southside members joined with Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35, Paxtonia 34 Fire Company, and West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 to help congratulate graduates of the Central Dauphin High School class of 2020. Amongst those graduates was Dillon Linville, son of life member and previous chief officer Ron Linville. Due to the unique circumstances of this year, the Southside members couldnt have been happier or more proud when Chief Linville asked if Dillon could pick his diploma up in a fire truck, with no one other than his father driving him. Congratulations to the class of 2020, sorry this year wasnt what you thought it would be, but hopefully we made it just a little bit better!

 

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GONGRATULATIONS ! PRAYERS FOR THE FUTURE !

Congratulations

Congratulations

NYES ROAD TO CLOSE MONDAY, JUNE 22!

Nyes Road will be closing for approximately 110 days on Monday, June 22nd. The closure will allow for the intersection of Nyes Road and Devonshire Heights Road to be re-aligned, a stop light added, and drainage culverts installed.

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has a detour set up along Old Jonestown, Jonestown, and Locust Lane. While the road closure will be a nuisance for local residents who are accustomed to using Nyes Road, it's needed to fix the heavily traveled and oddly angled intersection.

Please share with everyone this week so they know Nyes and Devonshire Heights Road will be closed starting Monday!
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NYES ROAD TO CLOSE MONDAY, JUNE 22!

Nyes Road will be closing for approximately 110 days on Monday, June 22nd. The closure will allow for the intersection of Nyes Road and Devonshire Heights Road to be re-aligned, a stop light added, and drainage culverts installed. 

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has a detour set up along Old Jonestown, Jonestown, and Locust Lane. While the road closure will be a nuisance for local residents who are accustomed to using Nyes Road, its needed to fix the heavily traveled and oddly angled intersection. 

Please share with everyone this week so they know Nyes and Devonshire Heights Road will be closed starting Monday!

 

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May E. Rodriguez

Abby Marzzacco Jordan Marzzacco Chris Marzzacco

Eileen Gilbert Amber Gilbert

Cheryl Witmer

Amber Fox

Vivian Shiffler Tabatha L. Nunnally

Wes Poleshuk

Haley Burns

Tanya L. Fegan how do u get to ur house?! 😂😂

Don’t get lost in the neighborhood

Carlee Lewis FYI

I live off Nyes rd, the Devonshire heights Rd turn. Gonna be a long summer,!

I use that part of Nyes about 4 times a day. Ugh. Big detour for me.

All of Nyes?

Elizabeth Mutek in case you back to work

Are they going to take off some of the hill coming north to the intersection

Thx Dottie. I saw the signs and wondered how long it would take

For how long

David...I’m assuming you know about this.,

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This afternoon, Rescue 33 responded for a report of a house fire in Penbrook Fire 30's first due on Boas Street. Rescue 33 arrived and went to work as a special service splitting personnel between the roof, ladders, and investigation. Crews opened the roof to completely extinguish a small fire in the void space of the house. Rescue 33 was out about an hour on the fire.Box 30-1 2600 block of Boas Street (Penbrook) for a structure fire. ... See moreSee less

This afternoon, Rescue 33 responded for a report of a house fire in Penbrook Fire 30s first due on Boas Street. Rescue 33 arrived and went to work as a special service splitting personnel between the roof, ladders, and investigation. Crews opened the roof to completely extinguish a small fire in the void space of the house. Rescue 33 was out about an hour on the fire.

 

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Thank you for all that you do.

Awesome Job

Thank you

Last week on Wednesday, our German visitor Luca Arsic returner to Germany after 90 days at Colonial Park. Although the experience from March through June wasn’t one of “normal American life” that he was looking to experience while he was here, he still had a great time and we were happy to have him! Thanks for a great three months of hanging with us Luca! ... See moreSee less

Last week on Wednesday, our German visitor Luca Arsic returner to Germany after 90 days at Colonial Park. Although the experience from March through June wasn’t one of “normal American life” that he was looking to experience while he was here, he still had a great time and we were happy to have him! Thanks for a great three months of hanging with us Luca!

 

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Welcome home Luca :)

Congratulations to former live-in and current firefighter Aaron Kroh on his marriage this last weekend to his wife Brooke Kroh! Aaron came to us from Elysburg Fire Department and stayed several years while attending college at HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College Shumaker Public Safety Center. During college he also got hired and graduated the Anne Arundel County Fire Department! Now it’s on to the next chapter of his life with his own house and wife. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the pandemic, many people including our members weren’t able to attend the official wedding, but all of our members are looking forward to the unofficial ceremony in the fall! Congratulations Brooke and Aaron! We wish you both all the best! ... See moreSee less

Congratulations to former live-in and current firefighter Aaron Kroh on his marriage this last weekend to his wife Brooke Kroh! Aaron came to us from Elysburg Fire Department and stayed several years while attending college at HACC, Central Pennsylvanias Community College Shumaker Public Safety Center. During college he also got hired and graduated the Anne Arundel County Fire Department! Now it’s on to the next chapter of his life with his own house and wife. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the pandemic, many people including our members weren’t able to attend the official wedding, but all of our members are looking forward to the unofficial ceremony in the fall! Congratulations Brooke and Aaron! We wish you both all the best!

 

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How wonderful!!! Congratulations to both and wishes for every success!!

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR A GREAT FUTURE TOGETHER !

Congratulations best wishes and God's blessing on your marriage. <3

Congratulations to you both!

Congratulations!

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations to both

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Harrisburg, PA 17109

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