Lower Macungie Fire Dept. - Brandywine Station 6229 Sauerkraut Ln, Macungie, PA18062 Lower Macungie Township Fire Department opened its second fire station in January 2010 at Sauerkraut and Willow lanes.…More The new station allows faster response times to emergencies for some areas of the township and provides additional space for equipment and activities. The township has approximately 50 volunteer firefighters and fire police officers between this new station and its existing facility in Wescosville.
Upper Milford Western District Fire Company 6341 Chestnut St, Zionsville, PA18092 The Upper Milford Western District Fire Company is also called Old Zionsville. Its volunteer firefighters respond…More to about 115 calls a year in the western part of the township. The fire chief is Joseph Kernick. Up to 250 people come to the fire station the first Sunday of every month to enjoy an all-you-can eat breakfast buffet, including eggs made to order. It's one of the company's major fund raisers. The station welcomes new recruits.
Alburtis Fire Department 328 S Main St, Alburtis, PA18011 Alburtis Fire Department was founded in 1917 as an all-volunteer organization. It remains so today, providing fire…More and rescue services to borough residents and mutual aid to its surrounding neighbors.
Macungie Fire Department 31 S Walnut St, Macungie, PA18062 Macungie Fire Department is an all-volunteer organization whose history dates to 1907. Today's approximate 40 members…More perform fire and rescue services for the borough and surrounding neighbors.
Lower Macungie Fire Department 958 Brookside Rd, Allentown, PA18106 The Lower Macungie Township Fire Department began as the Wescosville Fire Company. Although its name has changed to…More better reflect coverage throughout the township, the station that was built on this site in 1974 -- and enhanced in the 1980s -- recently has become one of two stations in the township. A second facility -- known as the Brandywine Station -- was opened earlier this year under the same organization along Sauerkraut Lane near Willow Lane.