For more than half a century, the North Fayette Township Volunteer Fire Department has proudly stood as a pillar of support for the residents of North Fayette Township, Pennsylvania. Since 1972, our committed volunteers have been responding to emergencies, working tirelessly to keep our community safe.
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of our department, donating their time and expertise to ensure the well-being of our neighbors. These selfless individuals undergo rigorous training to handle various emergencies, from fires to medical situations, and everything in between. They are always ready to spring into action, day or night, to lend a helping hand.
In addition to our dedicated volunteers, we have paid fire inspectors stationed at our central hub, Station 1. These inspectors play a crucial role in maintaining safety standards within our community, conducting inspections and assessments to prevent potential hazards. Together, as a united team, we are committed to safeguarding the lives and property of North Fayette Township’s residents, fostering a strong sense of security and peace of mind for all.
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Contact Us & Frequently Asked Questions
Does the department issue fire alarm permits?
No, the Township’s Department of Community Development handles all permitting and code enforcement in the township
Do we dispose of used fire extinguishers?
No, once a fire extinguisher is used its considered hazardous. Various municipalities in the area will do collection events but you’d have to call a private company to pick them up.
Do we give station tours?
Yes! Please use the contact us form and input your information, we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Do we fill swimming pools?
No, you’d have to call a water supply company or reach out to the Western Allegheny Community Water Authority.
Do we have support or administrative positions?
Yes, we have multiple positions that don’t involve structural firefighting. Please visit the Join Us page for more information.
Are we a volunteer fire department?
Yes, daylight 6AM to 6PM we have paid Township Fire Inspectors stationed at our Station 1. While we have these paid staff and the Township helps fund us, we still heavily rely on donations.
Does the department issue burn permits or authorize open burning?
No, the Allegheny Health Department regulates and controls all burning within Allegheny County. To speak to someone regarding open burning within the Township please contact the Townships Department of Community Development at 724-693-3080.
Do we handle Fire Inspections in the Township?
Yes, our paid Fire Inspectors handle all fire inspections within the township. Questions can be directed to Chief Gary Hamilton at 724-693-3081.
Is the hall still for rent at our Station 1 on Steubenville Pike?
No, when we remodeled our station the old hall space was remodeled into a training room, offices, a gym, offices, a lounge, and multiple bunk rooms.
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