The Phoenixville Fire Department is a multi-service department that provides fire and rescue services to Phoenixville Borough and surrounding communities. The Department is staffed by a combination of career and volunteer firefighters operating out of the Phoenix Hose, Hook & Ladder Co., No 1 on Church Street. The Phoenix Hose, Hook & Ladder Co. was established in 1874 and is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization with a Board of Directors made up of Firefighters and Community representatives. All fundraising and administrative functions are performed by volunteers. The Department is always looking for volunteers from our Community to help as Firefighters, Fire Police or with Administration, Fundraising and Public Relations. The Department is funded from a mixture of tax monies, grants and equipment from Local, County, State and Federal government, and donations from our Community.

 

Recent Calls
Tue. Nov 21st 2017
Shortly after 2am, Ladder 65 and Engine 65-1 were alerted for a building fire in the Meadows Condominium complex in the Mont Clare section of Upper Providence Township. First-in crews encountered heavy smoke and fire and made a quick knockdown of the fire, holding it to the apartment of origin. Crew...
Fri. Nov 17th 2017
Shortly after 11pm last night, Engine 65-2 was assigned to cover the Goshen Fire Company along with Ladder 49. Goshen Firefighters were busy fighting the 5-alarm fire at the Barclay Friends Home in West Chester. After about two hours, Engine 65-2 was requested to the fire scene in West Chester where...
Wed. Oct 25th 2017
Engine 65-1 assisted the Ridge Fire Co. by operating a fill-site to refill tankers for a barn fire in the 200 block of Ridge Road in East Vincent Township. There are no fire hydrants at the scene of the fire so water tankers and a remote fill-site were required. This fill-site was located ...
Wed. Oct 25th 2017
Firefighters participated in a vehicle rescue refresher for weekly drill. Vehicle rescue generally consists of extricating one or more persons who are trapped in, around or under a vehicle. The scenario was two cars with occupants trapped inside; one car on its roof.Thank you to JP of Abel Brothers ...
Sun. Oct 15th 2017
Shortly before 7:30 pm last evening, County Fireboard alerted our Department and Trappe EMS of Phoenixville for an automobile accident with unknown injuries on Westridge Drive. Units arrived to find one vehicle which had crashed into three parked cars. One occupant was transported to the hospital. N...
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2017 Call Volume
 Fire
Jan43
Feb46
Mar52
Apr48
May56
Jun60
Jul47
Aug44
Sep44
Oct47
Nov29
Dec 
Total516

Call Volume History

Contact Information
Phoenixville Fire Department
177 Church Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Non-Emergency: 610 933-9717
Emergency: 911