Visit us to sign the Pink Fire Engine and buy your limited-edition Blue and Pink T-shirts at these upcoming events:
Saturday, October 1st, 10AM-2PM (event runs until 5PM)
Kiwanis Community Day in Reeves Park, Phoenixville
Saturday, October 1st, 2-5PM (event begins at noon)
Food Truck Festival in Downtown Phoenixville
Friday, October 7th, 6-9PM
First Friday in Downtown Phoenixville
Saturday, October 8th, 10AM-3PM
Lowes Home Improvement - Community & Safety Day, Oaks
Saturday, October 8th, 3:15PM-
Montgomery County Quarter Midget Club - Pink-Out Race, Phoenixville
Sunday, October 9th, 830AM-Noon
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk - Norristown High School
Friday, October 21st, 6:30-9PM
Phantom Football - Play For The Cure, Washington Field
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.
Sat. Jun 11th 2016
Today, a crew with Engine 65-3 participated as part of Chester County's Fire Task Force #2 in a regional disaster exercise. The scenario was a hazardous materials transportation incident involving a large quantity of Bakken Crude Oil. Engine 65-3 was assigned to water supply; boosting hydrant pr...
Fri. May 20th 2016
On April 1, 2016 the Phoenixville Fire Department, Phoenixville Police Department and West End Ambulance responded to assist an individual who suddenly fell into cardiac arrest. The quick efforts of the crews in administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and other lifesaving efforts brought t...
Sun. May 15th 2016
Today, we wrapped up a Water Rescue & Emergency Response Course. Firefighters received training on safely removing victims from floodwaters such as stranded motorists in flooded roadways as well as rescuing victims in waterways as a first response team (as conditions permit) until Water Rescue t...
Tue. May 10th 2016
Last week, your Phoenixville Fire Department (PFD) debuted one of our Engines which is now wrapped in “pink” to show support for Cancer awareness. This is the second time the PFD has joined the “Community Service Fighting Cancer” initiative. Our goal is to increas...
Wed. Mar 9th 2016
Shortly before noon today, the Department was alerted for a trash fire at Veteran's Park on High Street. The fire began in the cargo area of a trash truck. To prevent loss of the truck, the crew unloaded the trash in the parking lot prior to arrival of fire crews.