Mt. Penn Fire Company

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day
This morning Mt. Penn joined with Exeter(Co25), Lower Alsace(Co4) and Oley(Co5) in the annual Exeter Twp. Memorial Day Parade. We all enjoyed great weather and a very nice ceremony at Forest Hills Memorial Park that honored and remembered all of the men and women of this great nation who paid the ultimate sacrifice so that freedom shoul [...]

CONGRATS!

CONGRATS!
The Mt. Penn Fire Company wishes to congratulate FF Tim Eisenhard on the recent successful completion of his PA EMT certification as well as passing his NREMT testing. He has been with the department over 10 years, starting as a junior firefighter and working up to becoming certified as Firefighter 1 and Vehicle Rescue Tech since then. Thi [...]

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
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 [...]

4 firefighters earn certification

4 firefighters earn certification
Over the past several weeks 4 of our firefighters spent quite a bit of time reviewing and practicing the requirements for Firefighter 1 at the Montgomery County Fire Academy. This certification, which they all passed, shows that they have met a set standard for book knowledge as well as practical skills as they apply to firefighters in [...]

Training time

Training time
Recently the crew headed to the Berks County Fire Training site for our fall burn. The focus was on hoseline management which everybody, especially our newer members, found was not as easy as they thought. All lines had to be advanced through the baker’s alley then into the basement & up to the first or second floor to attack the [...]

Special Message

Special Message
Due to the current situation with the Corona virus in Pennsylvania and the rest of the country it has become necessary to implement some restrictions at the Mt. Penn Fire Company. 1. Access to the station is limited to Mt. Penn Fire Company personnel only. 2. No tours of the station or other public access is permitted at this time. 3. [...]

Firefighter II

Firefighter II
Congratulations go out to FF Tyler Neiswender and LT David Okonski for the successful completion of the Firefighter II written and skills test this past weekend.  They spent quite a few days studying, reviewing and practicing the needed skills, as well as the bookwork, to pass this course.  GREAT JOB & CONGRATULAT [...]

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!

CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!
  We would like to take a minute to say CONGRATULATIONS to all of those students all around Berks County who graduated from high school this year.  Great job and we wish you all the best as you move on to the next big thing!      Best of luck to our Mt. Penn Fire graduates, Caleb Gibson and Tyler Okonski as you move on [...]

Mt. Penn Banquet

Mt. Penn Banquet
On March 23rd the crew from Mt. Penn along with family and friends took a break and gathered at the Hilton Double Tree in Reading for their dinner and awards banquet.  Awards were presented for length of service and  completion of fire school classes as well as a Unit Citation to several members for actions which saved a woman̵ [...]

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
The officers and members of the Mt. Penn Fire Company would like to wish you and your family a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!  We hope you get what you wished for and are surrounded by friends and family during this holiday season. Please be safe and make memories!

Mt. Penn Fire Company

Phone 610-779-6723

Department Activity

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Previous Years

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2019656
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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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