Citizen's Fire Company of Upper Milford Township 4093 Main Rd W, Emmaus, PA18049 Standing literally in the shadow of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, this all-volunteer fire company serves the eastern side…More of Upper Milford Township. It responds to about 165 fire calls a year, including emergencies on a 15-mile stretch of the turnpike. The company also is known as Vera Cruz Fire Company, named for the village in which it is based. It has 25 volunteer firefighters and always is looking for new recruits. Its social quarters are in the original firehouse building, directly across Main Road from the fire station. The fire chief is Jerry Schantz, who rides a fire engine-red Harley.
Emmaus Fire Co. No. 1 is a social hall and private bar located in Emmaus. The facility includes two banquet rooms, a…More social room, a commercial kitchen and a bar which can be rented out for social events such as weddings, fundraisers, auctions or sporting events.
The facility also features a full bar which is open daily, as well as a dinner menu. Emmaus Fire Co is open to members and their guests. Membership is paid through annual dues and membership meetings are held monthly.
Lehigh Valley Fire Protection Company 106 S 5th St, Emmaus, PA18049 Lehigh Valley Fire Protection Company is a general practice safety solutions company based in Emmaus, serving the town…More and surrounding areas. The company offers a variety of services to both residential and commercial clients, with a focus on fire extinguisher inspections and testing work. Some services include restaurant kitchen inspection, extinguisher replacements, repair services and pressure-testing work. Call the number provided for more information or to speak with an associate about services.
Upper Milford Western District Fire Co. No. 1 6341 Chestnut St, Zionsville, PA18092 Just as Upper Milford's other fire company is simply known as Vera Cruz, this one is called Old Zionsville. Its…More volunteer firefighters respond to about 115 calls a year in the western part of the township. It is located along Routes 29/100 just south of Old Zionsville. 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 is currently seeking new recruits.