Mt. Penn Fire Company

Mt. Penn assists at AVCP 5k run

Mt. Penn assists at AVCP 5k run
On Saturday April 30 the crews from Mt. Penn joined with Lower Alsace (Co4) to provide assistance for the Antietam Valley Community Partnership’s second annual 5K run.  The personnel provided extra eyes on the course and played a large part in assisting with traffic control as the racers crossed over the intersections along the route [...]

Monday Madness Part II

Monday Madness Part II
Monday April 25th was another busy day for Mt. Penn just as last Monday was.  We had one less call but it still kept everybody on their toes throughout the day. It began with a call to the Goodwill store in St. Lawrence just before 8a.m. along with Exeter (Co 25) for a reported odor of natural gas in the loading dock area.  Crews monitored [...]

2nd Alarm assist to Reading City at P...

2nd Alarm assist to Reading City at Prizer-Painter
On April 22 at 2:50p.m. Ladder 1 was dispatched with several other county companies on the second alarm to Box 4-02, 600 Arlington St. at Prizer-Painter Stove works for a structure fire.  When the A platoon crews arrived to this reported oven fire they found heavy fire and smoke showing from the roof.  Shortly after their arrival the roof be [...]

Antietam Valley Community Partnership...

Antietam Valley Community Partnership 5K Run
On April 30, 2016 the Antietam Valley Community Partnership will be having their 2nd annual 5K run and the 1 mile Fun Run beginning and ending at Carsonia Park.  Information is provided below: April 30 • Saturday – 2nd Antietam Valley 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run 7:30 – 8:45 – Registration 8:45 a.m. – Warm Up 9:00 a.m. – 5K Run 9:30 – 1 Mile War [...]

Monday Madness

Monday Madness
Monday April 18 turned out to be quite the busy day.  It started out with two quick back to back calls to assist the City of Reading, one for a possible structure fire at 952 N 10th St. at 10:39a.m. and one for a fire alarm at 1965 Linden St. at 10:51a.m.  Fortunately both were found to be minor incidents and we were quickly cancelled and [...]

3 run Sunday for Mt. Penn

3 run Sunday for Mt. Penn
Sunday April 17th got off to an early start just before 7:30a.m. with the engine being dispatched to Berkshire Commons at 5485 Perkiomen Ave. in Exeter for a structure fire.  It had originally been dispatched as an AFA but Exeter crews found no visibility in the basement due to smoke and the call was upgraded bringing assistance from several [...]

Another run to Turkey Hill

Another run to Turkey Hill
On April 13th just after 5p.m. Mt. Penn and Lower Alsace were dispatched to the Turkey Hill at 2450 Perkiomen Ave. in the boro for a haz-mat reported as a gas pump struck.  This is the third call there since mid January with one being a dumpster fire and the other a vehicle through the front store window. Chief 1 (Waldman) arrived and quickl [...]

Assist to Oley on structure fire with...

Assist to Oley on structure fire with entrapment
On April 9th just before 1:30a.m. Mt. Penn was dispatched as RIT to assist Oley (Co5) on a structure fire with reported entrapment at 653 Main St. in the Village of Oley.  The first arriving units found a working fire on the second floor of the residence and confirmed that one person was trapped.  Chief 5 (Kline) struck a second alarm as wel [...]

Assist to Robeson Township on structu...

Assist to Robeson Township on structure fire
On April 6 about 2:30p.m. L1 was dispatched as the RIT company for a reported structure fire involving a garage at 71 Fountain Dr. in Robeson Twp.  Deputy 23 (Favinger) arrived and reported the structure, which was actually a storage shed, on the ground but a quickly spreading brush fire that was a result of the original fire.  The respondin [...]

Vehicle crash in Mt. Penn

Vehicle crash in Mt. Penn
On April 5 just after 5p.m.  Mt. Penn was dispatched along with Lower Alsace (Co4) to the 300 block of Carsonia Ave. for a vehicle crash.  Asst. 1 (Eisenhard) arrived quickly and reported 2 vehicles but no patient as the driver had fled the scene.  On further investigation it was found to be one vehicle that had lost control and crashed into [...]

Mt. Penn Fire Company

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Department Activity

Summary of department activity
2016
MonthTotal
January32Prior Year (2015) Stats
January - 36
4 less call(s) this year.
February46Prior Year (2015) Stats
February - 33
13 more call(s) this year.
March33Prior Year (2015) Stats
March - 31
2 more call(s) this year.
April52Prior Year (2015) Stats
April - 45
7 more call(s) this year.
May7Prior Year (2015) Stats
May - 40
33 less call(s) this year.
June0
July0
August0
September0
October0
November0
December0
Totals170
Working Fires11


Previous Years

2015453

Our Mission

The mission of the Mt. Penn Fire Company is to protect the lives and property of the people of Mt Penn from fires, natural disasters, and hazardous materials incidents; to save lives by providing Rescue services; to prevent fires through prevention and education programs; and to provide a 100% Volunteer work environment that values health, wellness and cultural diversity and is free of harassment and discrimination.

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