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Phone: 717-652-8378
Fax:      717-545-2411
(For emergencies dial 911)

433 South Houcks Rd.
Harrisburg, PA 17109



Monthly Calls

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Fire20513231320
Pins000111104
Total Calls7943664370816765514
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**ENGINE AND TOWER RUN 1ST DUE APARTMENT FIRE**

Last night Engine and Tower 33 responded along with mutual aid from Progress Fire 32, Paxtonia 34 Fire Company, Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook, and Paxtang Fire Company #1 for a report of a 1st due fire on Trent Road. Engine 33 arrived and dropped line from the hydrant at Trent and Byron and pulled past the building. The Engine reported smoke and fire presenting from the rear of a two-story apartment, that they’d be stretchin’, and that there was room for the Tower to the Bravo side. Tower 33 split their crew, searching the fire apartment and laddering the building while the engine’s first line made quick work of the fire. A secondary backup line was stretched, charged, and used for overhaul.

This quick stop of fire on the top floor middle apartment in a row of apartments was possible due to fast response times, fast water, and SOP-Driven aggressive firefighters and tactics.

Lower Paxton Fire
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**ENGINE AND TOWER RUN 1ST DUE APARTMENT FIRE**
Last night Engine and Tower 33 responded along with mutual aid from Progress Fire 32, Paxtonia 34 Fire Company, Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook, and Paxtang Fire Company #1 for a report of a 1st due fire on Trent Road. Engine 33 arrived and dropped line from the hydrant at Trent and Byron and pulled past the building. The Engine reported smoke and fire presenting from the rear of a two-story apartment, that they’d be stretchin’, and that there was room for the Tower to the Bravo side. Tower 33 split their crew, searching the fire apartment and laddering the building while the engine’s first line made quick work of the fire. A secondary backup line was stretched, charged, and used for overhaul. 
This quick stop of fire on the top floor middle apartment in a row of apartments was possible due to fast response times, fast water, and SOP-Driven aggressive firefighters and tactics. 
Lower Paxton Fire

This last weekend, Tower 33 transferred to Franklin Fire Company in Chambersburg while Franklin members handled their annual gun raffle. While there, crews covered a response and crews back home at the Southside handled an additional two calls for service. ... See MoreSee Less

This last weekend, Tower 33 transferred to Franklin Fire Company in Chambersburg while Franklin members handled their annual gun raffle. While there, crews covered a response and crews back home at the Southside handled an additional two calls for service.

****AVOID LONDONDERRY AND AVILA ROADS***

A paint spill has Avila and Londonderry Roads closed during cleanup. Please avoid the area while crews work. All apartments are accessible from alternate entrances.
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****AVOID LONDONDERRY AND AVILA ROADS***
A paint spill has Avila and Londonderry Roads closed during cleanup. Please avoid the area while crews work. All apartments are accessible from alternate entrances.

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Apparently someone stole a work truck

It’s also throughout Lakewood hills

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Fire Prevention Tips
Did you know that it is recommended to change your smoke detector batteries once every six (6) months?

About US

The Colonial Park Fire Company is located in Lower Paxton Township in the south central portion of Dauphin CountyPennsylvania, one of the fastest growing townships in the region. The City of Harrisburg, the state’s capital, is about four miles to the southwest of us.

The Colonial Park Fire Company covers an area of approximately 11 square miles and 26,000 residents. Our response area consists of two large shopping complexes, six schools, five assisted living facilities, a large hospital and numerous strip malls. We also have three major roadways that run through Colonial Park; The Capital Beltway (Interstate 81 and 83) and US route 22; bringing commuters to and from our response district. The remainder of our area is primarily residential with one large industrial complex and several light industrial parks. The Colonial Park Fire Company is a group of dedicated professional volunteers committed to serving the community of Lower Paxton Township by protecting life, property and the environment through prevention, education and the providing of fire protection service. The Paxtonia and Linglestown Fire Companies cover the remaining area of the 28 square miles and 53,500 residents of the township.

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