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Welcome to the Official Website for the East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department

The East Allen Township Fire Department is committed to safeguarding the lives and properties of approximately 5,000 residents across our expansive 14.7 square mile area. Operating from a single station, we proudly serve a primarily residential community. As a public department, our dedicated members volunteer their time and expertise to ensure the safety and well-being of our neighbors.

However, to continue fulfilling our mission effectively, we are actively seeking new members, regardless of gender. If you're considering joining our ranks or simply curious about our operations, we invite you to reach out to us at (610)-262-6700. If we're unable to answer, feel free to leave a voice message, or better yet, drop by our station any Monday evening or Saturday morning. Rest assured, there's no obligation for members to participate in every activity; we value your contribution, no matter how big or small.

Come be a part of our dedicated team and make a meaningful difference in our community. Together, we can ensure the safety and security of East Allen Township for generations to come.

Incentive Programs

Chief Joshua Smith, May 14

Want to know more?
Email recruitment@eastallenfire.org
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Chief Joshua Smith, May 13

Members participated in a joint Vehicle Rescue training with Catasauqua Fire Department District 2 at USA Salvage on Monday evening. Deputy Chief Henry went over numerous techniques throughout the evening.... (Full Story & Photos)

John McDevitt Dedication

Chief Joshua Smith, April 25

On Thursday April 25th, 2024 at 7pm John McDevitt was recognized for his 45+ years of dedicated service to the residents of East Allen Township and the East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department.

The Board of Supervisors and Township Manager presented John with Resolution 2024-002, the naming of the fire station driveway to “John McDevitt Way”, and dedicating the fire station as the “John McDevitt ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Joshua Smith, April 21

At 03:22am Tower 46 was alerted with Fire 40 and 48 for an alarm activation, upgraded to a high occupancy fire due to multiple calls and a sprinkler activation.

Companies arrived with active alarms sounding and water flowing in one apartment. Crews investigated and found a sprinkler head that was activated due to a malfunction.

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MVA Car into a House

Chief Joshua Smith, April 20

At 12:09pm Fire 46, Rescue Engines 45, 42, and Medic 49 were dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Accident, vehicle into a house with an unresponsive patient.

Units arrived confirming a vehicle into the garage with structural damage and an oil tank leaking. Crews worked to control the leak as well as stabilize the rear wall that was damaged.

Companies operated on scene for approximately an hour and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Joshua Smith, April 10

At 10:43 this morning Engine 46 was alerted to assist Hanover Twp. Lehigh County with a shipping container fire.

Engine 46 responded with 4 members. Our members provided manpower as needed. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Thursday Morning

Chief Joshua Smith, April 04

This morning shortly before 9am our Fire Police were dispatched for traffic control due to a tractor trailer stuck in the mud blocking Airport Rd.

At 9:04am a second call was recieved for a Motor Vehicle Accident with Rescue in the area of Nor-Bath Blvd. and Tanglewood Rd. Safety 42 arrived reporting a single vehicle off the road between a utility pole and tree with an uninjured occupant unable ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Joshua Smith, March 25

On Monday, members finished up an 8 hour technical rescue awareness program through Bucks County Community College. The program was an overview of the many technical rescue disciplines such as: rope rescue, confined space, trench, and structural collapse.

Members finished the class with some hands on skills including patient packaging and tie in to a stokes basket and basic lowering and haul systems. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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A reminder to the businesses of East Allen Township

The East Allen Township Volunteer Fire Department is in the process of checking all Knox Boxes. This is being done to make sure the keys work, and to update the emergency contact information. We are finding many businesses have changed the building keys or locks rendering the emergency key(s) in the Knox Box useless.

  • Are the keys in your Knox Box up to date?
  • Have you changed the keys or locks?
  • If so, the keys in the box must be updated as well.

Township ordinance 2003-4 requires that most businesses and some apartment buildings install and maintain lock boxes. It also requires that the keys be current. If you need to update any of the keys in your Knox Box or if you have any questions, please email knoxbox@eastallenfire.org to make arrangements.


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