Manheim Fire Company

2019 Incidents
Jan 43
Feb 36
Mar 32
April 32
May 49
June 28
July 31
Aug 32
Total 283

2018 Incidents
Jan 34
Feb 24
Mar 36
Apr 33
May 31
June 29
July 32
Aug 111
Sept 52
Oct 34
Nov 33
Dec 40
Total 489

2004 468
2005 424
2006 437
2007 469
2008 462
2009 422
2010 476
2011 489
2012 345
2013 394
2014 413
2015 434
2016 420
2017 336
2018 489

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Our 2019 Fund Drive is currently in progress. Over the last month, all residents of our first due area should have received fund drive letters in the mail. 

If you would like to make a contribution online at any point during the year, you may do so by clicking on the "Donate" link provided for our PayPal account.  


The Obers in front of Howie when it arrived June 6th (Gina, Duane, Kaylee, Riley)
The Obers in front of Howie when it arrived June 6th (Gina, Duane, Kaylee, Riley)

Return of 1970 Howe Open-cab Pumper to Manheim

Secretary Duane Ober, June 16

On June 6th, one of Manheim Fire Dept.'s former fire engines, a 1970 Howe pumper, returned to Manheim. Assistant Chief Duane Ober, with help from his brother Brian, also a firefighter, and Kenny Boughter, was able to negotiate a deal with Copeland Fire Department in Millry, Alabama, to purchase the pumper from them and bring it back to Manheim. The pumper, now known as "Howie", is privately-owned ... (Full Story & Photos)

Benefit Softball Game Between Manheim Fire Dept. and Manheim Boro Police

Secretary Duane Ober, June 16

Just a reminder that this Wednesday, June 19th at 6:30pm, is the benefit softball games between Manheim Fire Dept. and Manheim Boro Police, to raise money for the Boro Police's K9 program. Please come out and cheer on our firefighters as we try to show off our athletic skills against the cops! Money is being raised through donations, food sales and raffle tickets - so bring your cash!

Also making ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Engine 26-1 Arrival

March 08

In the spring of 2018, Manheim Fire Department formed a committee to replace our current Engine 26-1. Through careful planning and consideration of the changing needs of our community, Manheim Fire Department purchased a 2019 Pierce Arrow XT custom pumper with a 1000 gallon water tank and 1750 GPM pump. Over the next few weeks, the station will be training on the engine. Following the mounting of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor Trailer Vs. Car

March 07

Around 8:30 this morning, Station 26 was dispatched to a vehicle accident involving a tractor trailer in Rapho Township. Crews arrived to find a tractor trailer and suv that collided, pulling the saddle tank from the tractor trailer. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Working Dwelling Fire in Station 28's First Due

March 04

Around noon today, Engine 26-1 and Tanker 26 was dispatched as part of the first alarm assignment in Penryn's first due. Station 28 officers arrived with a working fire. Engine 26-1's crew assisted with fire suppression while Tanker 26 hauled 8 loads of water to the scene. Photos curtesoy of Penryn Fire Com... (Full Story & Photos)


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