Mt. Penn Fire Company

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Lower Alsace Structure Fire

Lower Alsace Structure Fire
On January 19, just after 1:30p.m. Mt. Penn was dispatched along with several other companies to assist Lower Alsace(Co4) on a reported structure fire at 500 Spring Ave. in the township. Deputy 4-1(Mountz) reported smoke showing from High St. & Carsonia Ave. and on arrival corrected the address to 516 Fountain Ave. with a working struct [...]


Well, we’re almost there! Good riddance to another year full of problems for everybody. The members of the Mt. Penn Fire Company are looking forward to a fresh start and we would like to wish all of you a Happy & safe New Year! It looks like we will finish up with just about 650 emergency calls for the year. We have taken p [...]

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!
Well it’s that time again. We are not sure where the year has gone but Christmas is just about here and 2022 is just around the corner. Santa Claus has made his rounds and has headed back North to finish his final preparations for the big day. Hopefully everybody is on the Nice List! The Mt. Penn Fire Company members and office [...]

Early morning crash

Early morning crash
On December 22 shortly before 5:30a.m. Mt. Penn was dispatched to assist Lower Alsace(Co4) on Angora Rd in the area of the Mother’s Tree for a vehicle crash with unknown injuries. Arriving units found the actual location to be on Angora Rd a little bit past the mudcatcher parking area. Roads in the area were slicky and icy. One [...]

Mt. Penn Thursday Night

Mt. Penn Thursday Night
Well we stayed local for Thursday with a crash and car fire. Just after 5p.m. Mt. Penn was dispatched, along with Lower Alsace(Co4) & Lower Alsace EMS(Squad555) to the intersection of Perkiomen Avenue & S. 27th St. for a vehicle crash with unknown injuries. On arrival 2 cars were found with one having been pushed up over the cu [...]

St. Lawrence Structure Fire

St. Lawrence Structure Fire
On December 8th shortly after 7p.m. Mt. Penn was dispatched along with Exeter(Co25) and several other companies to 3200 St. Lawrence Ave. for a reported kitchen fire. First arriving units found smoke showing from the front door and a working fire in the kitchen involving the stove area with extension into the cabinets and ceiling area. One [...]

Santa Claus is coming to Mt. Penn �...

Santa Claus is coming to Mt. Penn & Alsace Township!
Yes, it’s true. After negotiations between borough council, fire company officers and township supervisors with North Pole Central Command (NPCC), that jolly old elf and everybody’s favorite guy with a twinkle in his eye, Santa Claus will be making his way around Mt. Penn Borough AND Alsace Township on a fire truck. He has [...]

Letters to Santa

Letters to Santa
Yes it’s true! In special cooperation with the US Post Office (North Pole station) and that jolly old elf, Santa Claus, the Mt. Penn Fire company is now accepting letters for Santa! There is an official mail box in front of the fire station at 2711 Grant St. for those Christmas letters to Santa. Specially deputized “Secre [...]


Well we’ve made it to the beginning of the end of the year. Thanksgiving is upon us and the holiday season officially starts despite what many stores would have you believe. We want everybody to be safe and enjoy time with family and friends. Since everybody changed the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors a few [...]

Fall Back & Change your batterie...

Fall Back & Change your batteries
It’s that time of year again! We are not sure what happened to summer but here we are. Before you go to sleep this Saturday remember to roll the old clocks back 1 hour as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. Although DST is essentially a useless thing of the past, it does provide an important reminder for all of us to change t [...]

Mt. Penn Fire Company

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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.