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.

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Sun. Aug 30th 2015
It is with deep regret that the members of the Phoenixville Fire Department announce the sudden passing of Deputy Fire Chief Brian Gallagher at the age of 59.Brian has been a member of Phoenix Hose, Hook & Ladder Co., No. 1 since 1976 and the Kimberton Fire Company since 1972.  Brian was pa...
Fri. Aug 28th 2015
We regret to announce the passing of Deputy Fire Chief Brian M. Gallagher.  Brian joined our Department in 1976.  Through the years, Brian took on several roles including Lieutenant, Training Officer, lead Chef for dinners and cookouts, and overseeing our Junior Program.  Brian became...
Wed. Jul 15th 2015
At 5:34 AM Chester County Fireboard alerted Phoenixville Taskforce Units (Phoenixville, Kimberton, Valley Forge and Black Rock) for a house fire in the 200 block of Dayton Street.  Lieutenant 65-B arrived on location to find a twin house with fire through the roof and requested the assignment b...
Sun. Jul 5th 2015
At 10:34 PM Chester County Fireboard alerted Phoenixville Fire Department for an oven fire in a townhouse unit in the 1900 Block of Eland Downe.  Within minutes, Lieutenant 65-B arrived on location to find active fire in the townhouse and requested the assignment be upgraded to a working fire.&...
Wed. Jun 24th 2015
Shortly before 5 AM this morning Ladder 65 was dispatched on the initial assignment to assist Kimberton Fire Co. at a house fire.  The fire was reported in the 100 block of Stewart’s Court in Charlestown Township.  Chief 61 arrived in the area to find heavy fire and requested a secon...
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2015 Call Volume
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Jan49
Feb50
Mar37
Apr42
May47
Jun44
Jul45
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Phoenixville Fire Department
177 Church Street
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Non-Emergency: 610 933-9717
Emergency: 911