Monthly Calls
 Month
Fire
 Jan
30
 Feb
40
 Mar
32
 Apr
28
 May
28
 Jun
40
 Jul
41
 Aug
41
 Sep
36
 Oct
44
 Nov
 Dec
 Total
360

Calls By Year
2019
446
2018
469
2017
452
2016
419
2015
444
2014
394

Upcoming Events
Tree Lighting 12/5 (No Santa/Cookie Event for 2020)


October 2020 brings big changes to Linglestown Fire
Fri, Oct 16th, 2020 6:00:00 am - The month of October brings much change and excitement to the Linglestown Fire Company No.1!

On Monday, October 12, 2020, Engine 35-1 left the station for the last time. Members of Madera Fire Company of Clearfield County visited the station for training before taking ownership of the engine. While there is no replacement scheduled for this engine, the wildland firefighting capabilities are being replaced by the in-house conversion of Utility 35 into Brush 35, which is ongoing.

On Monday, October 19, 2020, Air 35, the longest in-service fire apparatus of the current fleet, will leave the station for the final time. Members of the Wiconisco Fire Engine Company No. 1 (Dauphin County Station 23) will visit with us to transfer ownership of the apparatus. Linglestown is donating this unit to Wiconisco as part of the Dauphin County local share municipal grant agreement, which will bring mobile air capabilities to the northern part of the county. A new air unit is currently under construction at Swab Wagon Company of Elizabethville, with an anticipated delivery of February 2021.

As mentioned, the in-house brush truck conversion continues to move along while the new Truck 35 enters the final stages at KME Fire Apparatus. A November 5, 2020, final inspection of our new ladder truck is anticipated. The Madera Fire Company is expected to take ownership of the current Truck 35 once the new Truck 35 s is placed in service.

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Members from Madera Fire receive training before taking ownership of E 35-1
Wiconisco Fire Engine Co. No.1 takes ownership of Air 35.
Air 35 Drawing
Progress on Air 35 body
Progress on Air 35 body
Progress on the new Truck 35
Progress on the new Truck 35
Brush 35 continues its progress, awaiting the skid unit.