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Mailing Address:
340 Lewisberry Road
New Cumberland, PA 17070

Organization Phone: 717-774-3080
(For emergencies dial 911)

Yearly Calls

Fire / EMS
750
2023
609
2022
645
2021
618
2020

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Fairview Township Fire Department, Stations 68-1, 68-2 and 68-3. Providing fire protection to the res

Thank you to New Cumberland Fire Dept for attending opening day for Red Land softball opening day at Roof Park.Today is Redlands Softball 🥎 Opening Day. If you happen to be at the game today, stop by, check out the ladder truck, and say hello. We would love to meet you. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to New Cumberland Fire Dept for attending opening day for Red Land softball opening day at Roof Park.

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Nice stick

83 Southbound will be closed at Fishing Creek Road for most of the morning. Use another route ... See MoreSee Less

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Nice heads up. I don’t understand why 83 Is always such a nightmare to commute on in the morning. There’s literally An accident every day!

Thank you to your members who were responding at the scene this morning and also to the folks who were doing their best to keep traffic moving. Prayers to the families and friends of those who were killed.

Prayers to the workers families, such a Horrible tragedy! 🙏

Good thing I don’t work til 2 today!

Prayers for the 3 workers that were killed this morning so sad 😞 please slow down

Does anyone know what the name of construction company was?

Thoughts and prayers for the worker's families

So many prayers to those families.🙏

Why in the hell are they putting our guy's lives at risk to put tar down in the cracks? Come on, are roads suck, where is are tax being used for! Was it really necessary to put these husband's, and father's life at risk

That explains the amount of Lewisberry traffic !

Poor guys, just doing their jobs 😢

God be with there family. 🙏

Thanks it figures my first day back

Lindsey Michele

Hope that trucker is in JAIL!

No state troopers on our major highways!!!!! Governor

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Fairview Township Fire Department

****Working Fire****

Daylight crews assist sta 31 (Newberry Twp) today with a working fire in the Etters area. Crews supplied water and manpower.
E68-2, Tanker, Rescue and Traffic responded.

Thank you to New Kingstown Fire for cover while we worked.
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****Working Fire****

Daylight crews assist sta 31 (Newberry Twp) today with a working fire in the Etters area.  Crews supplied water and manpower. 
E68-2, Tanker, Rescue and Traffic responded.

Thank you to New Kingstown Fire for cover while we worked.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Look at Brandon going on all the calls before he leaves us and moves south!!

This evening E68-3 (Lewisberry) was dispatched to assist Sta 66 (Warrington Twp) for a landing zone due to a medical incident.
Crews set up the LZ in the area of the Pinchot Park office.
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This evening E68-3 (Lewisberry) was dispatched to assist Sta 66 (Warrington Twp) for a landing zone due to a medical incident.  
Crews set up the LZ in the area of the Pinchot Park office.Image attachment

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Those Fairview guys are everywhere, such a great bunch of volunteers y’all have

E68-1 (w-4) is currently transfered to Dover twp sta 9 while the work a 3 alarm fire in York City.

E68-3 along with Chief 68 just cleared a crash w/ entrapment in Warrington Twp.

Station 68-1 and 68-2 remain staffed in the Twp while others assisted mutual aide dept’s.

Be safe when driving. Many trees and wires are being reported down in the area.

Live-in opportunities available!!
[email protected]
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E68-1 (w-4) is currently transfered to Dover twp sta 9 while the work a 3 alarm fire in York City. 

E68-3 along with Chief 68 just cleared a crash w/ entrapment in Warrington Twp. 

Station 68-1 and 68-2 remain staffed in the Twp while others assisted mutual aide dept’s.  

Be safe when driving.  Many trees and wires are being reported down in the area.

Live-in opportunities available!!
Chief@fairviewfire.net

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Stay safe everyone.

Stay Safe Brothers!!

Thank you for covering!

Thank you!

***Congratulations***

To Live-in/ Lieutenant 68-1 Brandon Hatterer on accomplishing his dream job as a Career Firefighter for the City of Sanford NC.

Brandon came to us just under a year ago and we are sad to see him go but, proud to see him accomplish his dream.

The officers and members are proud and can’t wait to watch you evolve at your new house!
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***Congratulations***

To Live-in/ Lieutenant 68-1 Brandon Hatterer on accomplishing his dream job as a Career Firefighter for the City of Sanford NC.  

Brandon came to us just under a year ago and we are sad to see him go but, proud to see him accomplish his dream. 

The officers and members are proud and can’t wait to watch you evolve at your new house!Image attachment

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Thank you for your service and best wishes in North Carolina!!

Congratulations, sir! Very happy to hear this!

Congrats and best of luck. Enjoy the south

Congratulations to Brandon Hatterer. Welcome to the best job in the world!

Congratulations welcome to North Carolina

Congratulations brother kick some ash in your new job

Congratulations, Brandon !!!

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Congrats LT

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Congratulations!!!

Good luck Brandon Hatterer

Congrats RECRUIT

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Congratulations, LT! Brandon

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Department Organization

The Fairview Township Fire Department provides primary Fire and Rescue services to Fairview Township and Lewisberry Borough consisting of a roughly 36 square mile area.  Fairview Township’s population is around 17,541 per the 2020 census.  Lewisberry Borough has a population of roughly 300.  The response area consists of residential developments, hotels, agricultural, commercial and industrial business.  Fairview Township Fire Department operates out of 3 Fire Stations.  Station 1 is in the Northeast area of Fairview and houses Engine 1, Rescue, Brush and Utility.  Station 2 is in the Southeast area of the Township and houses Engine 2, and Tanker.  Station 3 is in Lewisberry Borough and houses Engine 3 and Traffic Unit.

Fairview Township covers parts of both I-83 and the PA Turnpike highway systems.  Fairview Township Fire Department provides regular mutual aid assistance to surrounding municipalities such as Lower Allen Township and New Cumberland Boro in Cumberland County and Newberry Township and Warrington Township in York County.  Fairview Township Fire Department responds to around 700 calls for service each year.  Many of them are auto accidents and an average of 20-30 working structure fires.

Fairview Township has implemented a KnoxBox program for all commercial businesses in the township. For more information about the KnoxBox program, visit Fairview Township Knox Box Information

If you have questions regarding the Fairview Township KnoxBox program, please contact us:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 717-774-3080 (Option 5)
Phone: 717-901-5290