Our 2017 Fund Drive is well underway. We are progressing toward our goal, but have only seen about an 18% rate of return from the residents and businesses in our first due. We strive to provide top-notch service to our community, however, we can not do that without your support as well.
Our annual fund drive provides the funding for us to continue to operate. We receive grants from both Federal and State agencies, but that is not enough to cover daily operations as well as other financial obligations. We as a department have been, and continue to be, vigilant with our spending. Continue reading “2017 Fund Drive Progress”
Company 7 was dispatched along with Rescue 80 (Columbia Borough Fire Department) to the intersection of 462 (Columbia Ave) and Prospect Rd for a reported 2 vehicle accident. Chief 7 (Gantz,Jr) and Captain 7 (Duquin) arrived and confirmed the report with WHTPD already on the scene. Crews controlled fluids and cleaned up the debris field while awaiting the tow company. Crews cleared the scene a short time later.
As you may notice, we have taken on a new, simplified look that is more compatible with the diverse number of different devices that people use to view the web these days.
Please bear with us as we continue to move some of our static content and customized site features over to the new site, and tweak the layout until we get it just right.
Thank you for the support and patience throughout this process.
The 2017 National Night Out will be held on July 28, 2017 at the Mountville Park (Woodworks) and will be co-hosted by the West Hempfield Township Police Department and the Mountville Fire Company No. 1. More details will follow as we get closer to the event.