Established in 1913 and located in the borough of Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania, Eagle Fire Company #1 serves the borough of Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania and the Eastern half of East Manchester Township.  Eagle Fire Company #1 also provides mutual aid to surrounding companies.


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2015 Fundraising Campaigns!

YAUFR Affiliation Ceremony

A Ceremony was held to celebrate the signing of the affiliation agreement between York Area United Fire and Rescue and Eagle Fire Company on February 17th 2015 at YAUFR headquarters in York, Pennsylvania. We were joined by local, county, and state officials as well as family and friends of our organization.

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Media Release 02/06/2015

The Eagle Fire Company of Mount Wolf Borough is proud to announce the company will become an Affiliate Member of the York Area United Fire and Rescue (YAUFR). A ceremony will be held at the York Area United Fire and Rescue Commission meeting at 7PM, February 17, 2015, at the YAUFR Headquarters, 50 Commons Drive in Springettsbury Township.

The Official Media Release is linked below

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Call Breakdown for 2014

Structure Fire Response – 61
Medical Assist (includes cardiac arrests) – 33
Vehicle Fire – 5
Brush Fire – 4
Vehicle Accidents – 27
Hazmat Incident – 8
Standby / Transfer Assignments – 16
Fire Alarm / Smoke Detector Activation – 42
Public Assist Calls – 41
Other Various Nature - 26


Officially R.I.T. Certified

Eagle Fire Company has officially become certified as a Rapid Intervention Team (RIT). The concept of RIT is to have a company of firefighters standing by at an incident (structure fire, gas leak,etc) to assist firefighters who may become injured, trapped, etc. Many hours of training and hard work has gone into making this happen. Our volunteers gave up weekends and family time to accomplish this. We are proud to be a RIT certified department and look forward to the challenges that lie ahead.


Fire Prevention Week 2014

This Years theme for Fire Prevention Week is Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives. If you do not have working smoke alarms in your home please get in touch with your local fire department for assistance. We have free smoke alarms for any residents in the communities that we serve.
Call us 717-266-2342.
Don't Wait Till It's Too Late!

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2015 Incidents

January 19
February 25
March 26
April 18
May 32
June 19
July 24
August 25
September 20
October 44
2015 Total 252
2014 Total 263
2013 Total 260


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