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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
645
2021
618
2020
712
2019
727
2018

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Fairview Township Fire Department

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*** WORKING FIRE ***

This morning at 4am Company 68 sent 10 personnel to assist with this garage fire. Units returned around 6am.
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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 Fire 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, Tanker and Utility.  Station 3 is in Lewisberry Borough and houses Engine 3 and Utility.

Fairview Township covers parts of both I-83 and the PA Turnpike highway systems.  Fairview Fire 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 Fire responds to around 700 calls for service each year.  Many of them are auto accidents and an average of 20-30 working structure fires.