Fire Poice Needed

Anyone intrested in volunteering we are in need of people for Fire Police. Please contact any member or contact the station at 570-636-3244


FUND RAISING

Hoagie Sale, September 28


Training

NIMS 300- 9/15, 9/18, 9/29, 10/6, 10/9, 10/13

NIMS 400 - 10/16, 10/20, 10/23, 10/27

 


Recent Calls

Wed. Sep 17th 2014
Engine and Rescue Engine on the Chair FIre on the Hill

During the mid evening Luzerne County dispatched FFD for a reported chair on fire in a yard in the 700 block of School St. in...

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Wed. Sep 17th 2014
STRUCTURE FIRE IN FOSTER TOWNSHIP

After returning from the public park assignment Luzerne County 911 dispatched Foster Township and Freeland Fire Department to...

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Wed. Sep 17th 2014
SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT IN PUBLIC PARK

Early last evening  Engine 136-2 and  Utility 136-1 were dispatched for a clean up in the Freeland Public Park one ...

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Fri. Sep 12th 2014
MMI PJ PARADE

Freeland Fire Department along with the Freeland Community Ambulance and Freeland Police Department participated and provided...

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Thu. Sep 11th 2014
FFD Participates in 9/11 Tributes

FFD participated in tributes to all the fallen emergency services workers and civilians who were slain in the horrific attack...

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Wed. Sep 10th 2014
FFD Participates in 138 th. Anniversary Celebation of Freeland Boro

FFD manned up the truck and engine and attended the 138 th. Anniversary of the founding of Freeland Boro. The event was well ...

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FREELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 28
FREELAND,PA.18224



Non-Emergency:
570-636-3244

Emergency:
911

Fax:
570-636-0221

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                    FOR SALE

Contact Freeland Fire Chief Joseph Stepansky at 570-636-3244 or 570-233-0857

1980 Seagrave 100 ft. Aerial  Low Profile

Completely Refurbished in 2005

Recent Aerial test completed September 2013

Detroit 8v71 Diesel Engine Automatic Allision  HT 740D Transmission

1250 Waterous Single Stage Pump

150 Gallon Water Tank

On Spot Chains 

4 - Riding Positions

Equipment included:

Ground Ladders - 40', 35", 14'
Straight Ladders - 20', 16', 14'
Folding Ladder 10'

5 Fixed 500 watt scene lighting
250 ft. cord reels off each side

Lighting and electrical to tip of ladder

Onan 6kw Diesel Generator

****Click on Side Tab L-57 Pictures to Left to see more!!!****

 



News Headlines
 
MMI PJ PARADE
Fri. Sep 12th 2014
Freeland Fire Department along with the Freeland Community Ambulance and Freeland Police Department participated and provided safe passage through the streets of Freeland to the students of MMI school  for their annual school pajama parade....

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FFD Participates in 9/11 Tributes
Thu. Sep 11th 2014
FFD participated in tributes to all the fallen emergency services workers and civilians who were slain in the horrific attacks of 9/11. During the morning Chief Joseph J. Stepansky and other regional emergency services personnel attended a solemn ceremony held at the Freeland Elementary/Middle Schoo...

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FFD Participates in 138 th. Anniversary Celebation of Freeland Boro
Wed. Sep 10th 2014
FFD manned up the truck and engine and attended the 138 th. Anniversary of the founding of Freeland Boro. The event was well attended with the highlight of the evening being the End of Summer Concert by Freeland's own, St. Ann's Band. A proclamation was presented from the office of Congressm...

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Truck Gets Some Compartment Changes
Wed. Sep 10th 2014
In reviewing the equipment accessibility on the truck and types of incidents it responds to it was determined to provide a dedicated space to the equipment utilized at chimney fires. During the upcoming cold weather season this type of incident is one that is responded to the most whether on a local...

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9/11 Service at St. Luke's
Sun. Sep 7th 2014
This morning the truck and engine crewed up and attended the weekly service at St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church in the boro. Annually the church includes on the Sunday prior to 9/11 an appreciation service for all first responders. The department appreciates the thoughtfulness of the parish an...

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Recent Calls
 
Engine and Rescue Engine on the Chair FIre on the Hill
Wed. Sep 17th 2014
During the mid evening Luzerne County dispatched FFD for a reported chair on fire in a yard in the 700 block of School St. in the Hill Section. Also another report to county reported a smoke condition in the mid town section of the boro. The engine fully manned and discovered a Laz-y-Boy burning in ...

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STRUCTURE FIRE IN FOSTER TOWNSHIP
Wed. Sep 17th 2014
After returning from the public park assignment Luzerne County 911 dispatched Foster Township and Freeland Fire Department to a report of a shed fire and explosion that started with a burn barrel in the 900 block of Hazle Street. Freeland Engine 136-1 and Ladder 136 responded along with Foster 134 E...

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SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT IN PUBLIC PARK
Wed. Sep 17th 2014
Early last evening  Engine 136-2 and  Utility 136-1 were dispatched for a clean up in the Freeland Public Park one of the basketball backboards shattered and required the cleanup....

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Vehicle Fire in the Boro
Mon. Sep 15th 2014
During the NIMS Class Luzerne County dispatched the local box for a confirmed by FPD vehicle fire in the 400 block of Centre St. The engine, rescue engine, truck, and utility responded in that order all with full crews. Chief Joseph J. Stepansky arrived with an engine and passenger compartment ...

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Rescue Engine on the Cover Assignment in the City
Sun. Sep 14th 2014
During the mid afternoon Hazleton City Fire Department, West Hazleton Fire Department, and Medic 11 were working a mercantile structure fire with exposure issues in the Alter St. Business District. Hazleton City Deputy Chief with the command, Brain Mandak, committed all 4 city engines and both the t...

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Fire Challenge Warning

NFPA issues "fire challenge" warning

Fire ChallengeThe National Fire Protection Association is joining the Phoenix Society warning of a new “fire challenge” trending on YouTube and social media.  We have experience with the effects of fire, understand the devastating impact of fire on lives, and hope our efforts to warn youth through our social media network will prevent future injuries and deaths from this dangerous activity. A burn injury resulting in life long scarring and possible death can occur in seconds.


PA State Certification

             


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Sun. Sep 28th 2014
Hoagie sale


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Tue. Oct 7th 2014
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