On Saturday April 30th, Tac 9 was dispatched as part of a regional strike team to respond with Sta 58 (Trumbauersville) on a 2 alarm fire off of Rich Hill Rd. in West Rockhill Township. Crews were ba...
Shortly after 2100 hours, Box 8-10 was transmitted for the Laundry Depot on Durham Road in Penndel Borough. Assistant 8 arrived on scene with heavy smoke on the interior. Engine 8 arrived and establ...
PFC was dispatched for a reported brush fire in the 1600 block of Ramble Road. Deputy 9 arrived with a 40 x 20 fire involving rubbish and brush extending out. Engine 8 and Engine 21 were added to as...
1838 hours, Engine 9 was dispatched on Tactical Box 21-8 for a reported garage on fire in the 800 block of Bellevue Avenue. Deputy 8 and Chief 21 arrived to report light smoke coming from the roof of...
Thank you to the Daisy Scouts for stopping by to pay a visit! The girls were given a tour of the trucks and got to see what a firefighter wears into a fire.
Haz Mat Refresher
Thursday, February 11th, 2021
Crews from both Station 9 and Station 21 completed their annual HazMat Refresher training this week. Thank you to our instructor David Harris as well as Harris Fuels for putting one of their delivery vehicles on display for crews to review.
We would to say Thank You to everyone who came out to visit us and help us celebrate a Century of Service! The day's events kicked off with the bike parade, hosted by the Parkland Presbyterian Church and led by the Uptown String Band.
On Tuesday March 1st, the Parkland Fire Company held it's Board of Governor's meeting. Typically, this meeting is held every five years, but this round was delayed due to the COVID pandemic. Thank you to BOG members Lorne Ott, John Ott and Lyle Winters for coming up from sunny Florida for ...
The last Tuesday of each month, our crews perform our SCBA, battery operated equipment and gas tool inspections. This session allows for these vital pieces to be thoroughly checked for readiness as well as battery rotation.
The officers and members of the Parkland Fire Company regret to announce the passing of retired Middletown Township Police Department Sergeant Mark Wert, who passed away on December 1, 2021. Sergeant Wert served with the Middletown Township Police Department for 33 years.
This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms make. Knowing what to do when an alarm sounds will keep you and your family safe.
Members from PFC and some neighboring companies completed their Pump 1 training over the weekend. Crews completed 2 classroom sessions and a practical session. The students were able to demonstrate their skills of drafting and flowing masterstreams.
PFC along with other agencies participated in the annual National Night Out at the Middletown Township Building. Crews displayed their apparatus as well as performed an auto extrication demo. Thank you to the Middletown Township Police for the invite as well as those who stopped by to say hi.
Members from PFC as well as some of our neighboring departments completed the Firefighter Survival Course. This course started with a few classroom sessions followed by some rigorous hands on scenarios teaching members techniques on getting out of some unthinkable situations.