Manheim Fire Company

2017 Incidents
Jan 21
Feb 27
Total 48

2016 Incidents
Jan 34
Feb 30
Mar 34
Apr 42
May 35
June 34
July 32
Aug 35
Sept 33
Oct 34
Nov 40
Dec 37
Total 420

2011 523
2012 345
2013 394
2014 413
2015 434
2016 420

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Sep 23, 2017

Our 2017 Fund Drive is well underway. Only 20% of our residents have contributed to our Fund Drive this year. If you would like to make a contribution online, you may do so by clicking on the "Donate" link provided for our PayPal account.  


Vehicle Rescue Training

September 11

Over the course of the last two weeks, Monday night training consisted of reviewing stabilization and rescue tools in preparation of a vehicle rescue drill this week. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members Participate in 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb

September 10

On Sunday, September 10th, four members of the Manheim Fire Department participated in the 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb. Each member received a tag of a firefighter who perished in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle Fire Assist to Station 28

September 07

Around 4:00PM today, Tanker 26 and Engine 26-1 were dispatched to assist station 28 with a vehicle fire involving a straw trailer and SUV. Tanker 26 hauled two loads of water ot the scene while the Engine crew assist containing a fuel spill and extinguishing the fire. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fund Drive Update

September 06

Our annual fund drive is underway. This is the main source of income for our volunteer fire department. Currently, 20% of our residents have donated to the fire department. Reminder letters were sent out in the last few weeks to all residents who did not donate. Some of the letters may have crossed in the mail with your donation.

In addition, we have been made aware a company is soliciting donations ... (Full Story)

CO Alarm in Penn Township

September 01

On Friday, Crews responded to a CO detector activation in Penn Township. Upon arrival, high levels of CO were detected in the house. The issue was traced back to a gas hot water heater vent pipe that failed in the basement. The house was ventilated and crews rechecked the house finding no levels of CO after the issue was mitigated. If the residents of the house did not have a CO detector, the outcome ... (Full Story & Photos)


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