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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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Christmas tree sales are underway from now until all trees are sold! Trees are in short supply across the country this year and we were only able to get 500 trees total! Sales are Monday through Friday from 5PM until 9PM and Saturday/Sunday from 10AM until 9PM. Come support the local volunteer nonprofit fire company and pick out your perfect tree! Cash, Check and Card accepted for payment. ... See MoreSee Less

Christmas tree sales are underway from now until all trees are sold! Trees are in short supply across the country this year and we were only able to get 500 trees total! Sales are Monday through Friday from 5PM until 9PM and Saturday/Sunday from 10AM until 9PM. Come support the local volunteer nonprofit fire company and pick out your perfect tree! Cash, Check and Card accepted for payment.

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How much are the trees ? Or different prices? On average cost?

So your telling me Covid stopped Christmas from growing what a joke I guess we will be in short supply of cold weather next can’t wait

Do you still have trees and what are your hours Wednesday if so?

Do you have any 9ft or taller trees?

Joyce Savitsky Johnson Arianna Johnson

Do you have any 5 foot? If so how much are they?

LaBoricua Gonzalez

Will Marshall be there at scheduled times?

Good luck and don't let Sparky pee on the trees lol!

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Christmas tree sales are up and running! We are open Monday-Friday 5pm to 9pm and Saturdays/Sundays 10am-9pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Christmas tree sales are up and running! We are open Monday-Friday 5pm to 9pm and Saturdays/Sundays 10am-9pm.

Yesterday crews ran a first due box alarm on Catalina Lane for an odor of smoke in a building. Engine and Tower 33 responded along with mutual aid units. Engine 32, 33, and Tower 33 arrived together with Engine 32 taking 1st due, 33 picking up their hydrant, and Tower 33 taking first due special service.

The box was quickly scaled back to Companies 32 and 33. We know the public doesn't care which fire truck shows up in front of their house, and neither do we, as long as a common set of procedures are followed and everyone knows their job for a successful outcome.

Photos courtesy of Dustin Weese.
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Yesterday crews ran a first due box alarm on Catalina Lane for an odor of smoke in a building. Engine and Tower 33 responded along with mutual aid units. Engine 32, 33, and Tower 33 arrived together with Engine 32 taking 1st due, 33 picking up their hydrant, and Tower 33 taking first due special service.  The box was quickly scaled back to Companies 32 and 33. We know the public doesnt care which fire truck shows up in front of their house, and neither do we, as long as a common set of procedures are followed and everyone knows their job for a successful outcome.  Photos courtesy of Dustin Weese.

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Just shows a reminder to the community of every day staffing problems in the volunteer setting. And as long as everyone works towards the same goal and works together it doesn’t matter who’s rig is there first. The key is teamwork. And the solid working relationship between those is Susqueanna and Lower Paxton twps. Shows on every call. Good job lady’s and gents. Keep up the solid work.

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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 20,000 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 estimated 45,000 residents of the township.

This year’s National Fire Prevention Week is slated for October 3-9, 2021.  Please look for us at various venues throughout the month of October as we help you “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety.”

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