2018 Officers for Upper Allen Fire Department

December 12th, 2017
Tonight at our regular monthly meeting our elections were held for line officers and admin officers for 2018. Congrats to all elected and we look forward to a strong year at UAFD.
Fire Chief Jim Salter
Dep. Chief Tom Shumberger
Asst. Chief Ryan Kunkel
Captain Ken Kise
Lt. 123 Jeff Stefanowicz
Lt. 223 Zach Shumberger
Lt. 323 Kevin Prest ** Won Election 12/12
Engineer Mike Leininger
Asst Engineer Darren Feaser
Fire Police Cp. Kevin Woolverton
Fire Police Lt. Dave Shafer
President Ron Dean
Vice President Ken Dean
Record Secty. Morgan Kunkel
Tresure Virgina Kise
Financial Sec Jane Seivers
BOT Matt Witmer
BOT Karl Kunkel
BOT Joey Heffelfinger ** Won Election 12/12
BOT Jim Natale
Chaplin Erline Ford
Membership Richard Uber

Santa is coming to Upper Allen FD Tomorrow at 10:00am

December 8th, 2017

We have our Annual OPEN HOUSE with Santa tomorrow morning (12/9/17) as he makes a quick stop before his big day. If you want to see Santa arrive via a Fire Engine please make sure you are at the station at 10:00 am tomorrow morning. Santa will be at the Fire Station from 10am till 12pm!

We will also have cookies and snacks for the kido’s and also firefighters will give you tour of the fire engines. Also we will be cutting FRESH Christmas Tree’s and will have them for sale.

Hope to see you out tomorrow for Open House with Santa!!!!

Christmas Trees ready to go!!!!!

November 30th, 2017

We have our annual Christmas Tree’s for sale that benefit the Upper Allen Fire Department.  These trees are FRESH Cut every Saturday’s and Sunday’s and we have Douglas Fir ($30.00) and Fraser Fir trees ($40.00).   We are set up in front and next to the Fire Station and we are open every weekend and weeknights.  Please come and support the Upper Allen Fire Department.

Lularoe Black Friday Hangover Bash!!!!

November 23rd, 2017

We have SUPER SPECIALS for this show ONLY!!!
So come one come all and bring your shopping lists!
You dont want to miss this event!
Lipsense and Jewelry as well.
The perfect outfit minus the shoes all in one place!

Happy Thanksgiving from UAFD!!!!

November 23rd, 2017

The Upper Allen Twp.  Fire Department would like to wish everyone a Safe, Healthy, Happy Thanksgiving. 

The following is safety tips released by the UAFD so everyone can enjoy their Thanksgiving Day and remain safe!


As you prepare your holiday meal, please make sure you follow some simple safety tips.

  • Never leave cooking unattended in the kitchen.
  • Always keep children away from sources of fire.
  • Remove loose clothing before cooking and use oven mitts, not kitchen towels, to handle hot pots and pans.
  • Keep a large lid and baking soda nearby to smother stove-top fires, but never keep dish towels, wooden utensils or potholders near cooking surfaces.
  • Keep towels and other combustible items away from your heat source and ensure all countertop appliances are plugged directly into the wall outlet and that their cords are not discolored or cracked. Don’t use damaged appliances or extension cords even if they appear to be functioning properly.
  • Only use large deep fryers outside, away from your home and potentially flammable items and never in your garage or shed.
  • Don’t use a deep fryer on frozen food.
  • Never let children near a deep fryer, even when it’s not in use.
  • When placing food into a deep fryer, use safety goggles and oven mitts.
  • Keep a fire extinguisher near the deep fryer and never use water to put out a fire.
  • Learn more about the dangers of deep fryers here.

While you are enjoying the holiday, remember to stay hydrated by drinking water. Get immediate medical care if you develop severe signs and symptoms like extreme thirst, a lack of urination, shriveled skin, dizziness or confusion.

When it’s time, make sure that you and your family feast safely:

  • Treat cuts by applying direct pressure with a clean dressing, and try to gently clean around the wound with bacterial soap and water, then keep the area around cuts dry and clean by applying a new dressing.
  • Make sure that everyone knows about potential allergens in the kitchen or meal before they eat your dishes.
  • Take a walk after eating to avoid food fatigue before you begin travelling, especially if you plan to drive.
  • Always remember – only call 911 in case of a real emergency.