Fire Station Building Project Has Started

September 17th, 2018

It has started!!!!! The building project at Upper Allen Fire Department. We are underway on the project to demolish the existing Admin side of the station. We will keep you posted on here during the entire process.  Building is expected to be completed in about 8-9 months

The pictures are of the scaffolding being build to remove the wall between the bays and admin side.





Vehicle Fire held to Engine Compartment!

September 17th, 2018
September 17, 2018 @ 4:10 pm, UAFD was called to the intersection of Gettysburg Pike and S. Market St. for a reported vehicle fire. Squad, Engine and Tanker all reposed and found a small fire in the engine compartment and was contained there. Fire Police assisted with traffic control and unit returned to service after about 20 minutes on scene.

2018 Golf Tournament is Accepting Golfers!!!!

August 15th, 2018

UAFD 13th Annual Golf Tournament is new ready for registration of golfers for this event.  This year we are hosting at a new location (Rich Valley Golf) and a new starting time of 1:00pm registration and shotgun start at 1:30pm.  We will have lunch for everyone when you arrive and a nice dinner at the end of play.  If you want to attend and support and play please email your  home address to so that you can be mailed a registration form.

Engine 23

June 19th, 2018

Engine 23 arrived today at the Fire Station. It was picked up in Lancaster at Glick Fire Equipment. Tonight members did some loading of hose and other small things to get it prepared for going in service.

Auto Accident on Rt. 15 on Saturday afternoon!

June 10th, 2018

On June 9, 2018 at 12:39 PM UAFD and York County Rescue 64 were dispatched to RT 15 N at MM 36.6 for an auto accident. YC Rescue 64 arrived on scene and started cleaning up debris. Squad 23 arrived behind YC Rescue 64. Squad 23 placed 64 available and squad 23 crew finished up cleaning debris. Traffic 23 provided traffic control while units worked on the scene. Units remained on scene for  about 20 minutes before being placed in service.

By: Lt. Kevin Prest