Craft Show TODAY at UAFD! We are open.

April 16th, 2016


Looking for something to do. Come out to our CRAFT SHOW at the Upper Allen Fire Dept. We OPENED at 9:00am with more than 50+ crafters in our Engine Bay.

We will be open to 3:00pm today so when you are out and about….please come and support the FD today.

Kevin Woolverton Full Active Status with UAFD

April 13th, 2016


April 12, 2016 UAFD voted Kevin Woolverton into full active status.  Kevin runs with our special fire police and he is very helpful around the station.  Congratulations Kevin! 

Spring Craft Show at UAFD!

April 13th, 2016



Spring Craft Show at UAFD! This show is going to be AMAZING!!! I am adding crafters everyday! and the weather is going to be beautiful! Perfect for the whole family.

We even have a balloon artist at the show AND YUMMY food!

9:00 am to 3:00 pm this Saturday, April 16th.




Turnpike Dump Truck Fire!!!

April 3rd, 2016




March 31, 2016 UAFD was called out to mile marker 234.9 of the PA Turnpike for a reported dump truck fire. Units arrived on scene to find the bed of dump truck on fire and driver had disengaged a trailer. Squad 23 with help from 33 units extinguished the fire using small handline. The fire was out with 5 minutes of arrival and units cleared after about 25 minutes scene.

Fire started by smoking!

April 1st, 2016


March 24, 2016 around 10:47 PM, UAFD was called to 1700 block of English Drive for reported structure fire. Chief 23 arrived on scene and  found flames coming from the rear of a multi-unit town house complex. PD was also working on evacuated the homes next to the fire via forced entry.  Lower Allen FD coming back from another call was quick to arrive establish 2 handlines and also LDH for water supply.  Engine 23 arrived and assisted with handline deployment and also with search.  Command 23 called for 2nd alarm due to the size of  the fire and also manpower.  Crews worked on scene for 3.5 hrs and no injuries reported.

The cause of the fire was linked to a cigarette container outside the rear of the unit where the fire started.