East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department - 5354 Nor-Bath Blvd. - Northampton, PA 18067




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Mission Statement

Members Only

Volunteers Needed







2018 Run Stats

Jan. 33
Feb. 33
Mar. 0
Apr. 0
May 0
June 0
July 0
Aug. 0
Sept. 0
Oct. 0
Nov. 0
Dec. 0
Total 66


2017 Run Stats

Jan. 31
Feb. 26
Mar. 40
Apr. 26
May 22
June 26
July 34
Aug. 39
Sept. 31
Oct. 28
Nov. 25
Dec. 29
Total 357



Past Run Stats

2016 355
2015 300
2014 313
2013 223
2012 251
2011 304
2010 231
2009 262
2008 296
2007 260
2006 209
2005 251








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Forklift Rescue Training

Monday Janrary 15, 2018 - 1900 hours to 2130 hours, EAFD took part in Forklift Extrication and Rescue Training.

With the increasing number of warehouses and forklifts, this training is sure to benefit first responders and injured workers in the future.








Judy's Little Santa Shop at East Allen Twp. Fire Department

Saturday December 2, 2017 - 0900 hours to 1300 hours the East Allen Township Fire Department hosted Judy's Little Santa Shop once again. This is a group effort of the Northampton Quota Club, The Lioness Club, the Northampton Area High School Volunteer Club and girls basketball team. Many family members and friends also pitched in to help make Christmas enjoyable for families of the Northampton Area Food Bank.


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Thank you for coming out and supporting our Variety Bingo.




MVA tractor trailer vs train on Beth-Bath Pike.

Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 - 17:10 hrs, Fire Stations 45 & 46 were dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Accident, tractor trailer vs train on Beth-Bath Pike just north of Locust Rd. There were no injuries and the train remained on the tracks. Firefighters handled spill control and cleanup from the truck tractor. Fire Police fromStation 15 and 40 assisted with traffic control.

Rescue 4641 and Mini Pumper 4642 made the response with 8 members.





Spill in Allen Twp.

Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 - 10:25hrs F45 & 46 were dispatched to a spill in the area of Ace Hardware. Crews found a white powdery substance on the road. Route 329 was closed until Lehigh County Special Operations deemed the substance non-hazardous. 

Rescue 4641 and Mini Pumper 4642 made the response with 4 members.




PC Beverage donation 'Boot' raises $10,000

Saturday July 29, 2017 - Firefighters recognize a local business as a Partner in Public Safety

PC Beverage donation boot raises $10-thousand to benefit East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department. On July 29, a group of firefighters set up displays of fire apparatus and equipment at PC Beverage, 5966 Nor-Bath Blvd, East Allen Township, Bath.

We wanted to recognize and extend our thanks and appreciation to Chick & Liz Leibig, the owners of PC Beverage for ‘The Boot’. Back in late 2009 Chick asked the Fire Department if we were interested in placing a firefighter’s boot at the checkout counter for customers to throw their loose change or donations into.

Needless-to-say we said yes, and the boot has done very well ever since. By May of 2014 the boot had collected $5,000, and this July the boot surpassed the $10,000 mark, and is still going strong.

Of course we also want to extend our gratitude to the many generous customers of PC Beverage who regularly contribute to our support. If all of this weren’t enough, Chick also donates water, soft drinks and ice for use at emergency scenes and public events at the fire station.

Chick & Liz Leibig and PC beverage, you are truly Partners in Public Safety.




Bailout Systems

Friday July 21, 2017 - Four (4) members traveled to Rock-N-Rescue in Butler, PA, to take the train the trainer course for the Sterling FCX Bailout Systems. Members learned the ins and out of the entire system and performed approximately 20-25 bailouts throughout the 10-hour course. In order to pass, members were scored on 2 bailouts, then had to explain the ins and outs of the system to the instructor. 

D/C Smith, FF/Medic Butz, FF/EMT Higgins and FF/EMT Schmoyer successfully passed the program and are now certified to teach the use of the system. 







Nazareth Area MOMS Club visits EAFD

Friday July 14, 2017 - The Nazareth Area MOMS Club and their preschool children spent part of their morning recently visiting and touring the East Allen Township Fire Department. They got to see firefighter Chad Lutseo gear up and get high-fives from many of the children. They also got to watch Tower 46 demonstrate it capabilities, and those who wanted, got to operate a fire hose. The children, the moms and firefighters all seemed to enjoy the event.



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