2020 Fund Drive
Feasterville Fire Company is a fully volunteer run department. We rely solely on the support of taxpayers and the charitable contributions of the community. Your generous donations provide life saving equipment and training for our fire fighters as well as the maintenance and acquisition of life saving equipment to provide emergency services to the community.
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Send your donations to:
Feasterville Fire Company
attn: Fund Drive Committee
20 Irving Pl.
Feasterville, PA 19053
Feasterville Fire Company is in need of new members! If you have reached the age of 16, recently retired or just want to become more active in your community and have some extra time? We NEED you!
Our current membership is comprised of ordinary people just like you. Our staff includes retirees, police officers, sheriff deputies, construction workers, truck drivers, college professor, teachers, nurses, business owners along with college and high school students. Whatever your occupation, we're sure you will fit right in.
We are always in need of emergency responders; Firefighters, Paramedics, E.M.T.s, and Fire Police. Feasterville Fire Company also needs people interested in filling administrative positions and staffing various committees that are vital to our daily operations. We will provide all training and cover the cost of professional coursework and certification through Bucks County Community College's Public Safety Training Programs. All specialized equipment, gear and uniforms are provided by Feasterville Fire Company.
JUNIOR FIREFIGHTER PROGRAM
Our Junior Program is ideal for individuals who are 16, maintain a "C" average and a willingness to train in the field of firefighting. Pennsylvania State Law restricts the scope of participation of minors. However, there are many tasks, training and duties performed by Jr. Firefighters.
If you are interested in joining the Feasterville Fire Company, stop by for a tour and to complete an application
Monday or Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
Do you have a working smoke detector on each level and every bedroom of your home?