About Us

The Warrington Fire Department is dedicated to the safety of those living and visiting our community. Our purpose is to protect life and property from the destruction of fire. Your fire department is also dedicated to protect the environment from natural and man-made disasters through education, prevention, rescue and Emergency Medical Support Services. Warrington Township Fire Company #1 was organized March 27, 1924 with twenty-two members. Currently Warrington Township is served by 53 active firefighters. The Warrington Township Fire Department operates out of two stations. Station 29, the main station, and is located at Easton Rd and Freedoms Way. Station 78 is the sub station which is located at Pickertown Rd and Mill Creek Rd on the west end of the Township. As your community continues to expand with new homes and businesses, your fire department is meeting the needs with superior training and equipment.






Operates one Engine Company, Heavy Rescue Company, Ladder Company, and two Chief's vehicles.







Station 78

  • Operates one Engine Company, a Utility, one Chief vehicle, and houses our Reserve Engine as well.