Fire Services
Camp Hill has several fire apparatuses that respond to fire and rescue emergency calls throughout the borough.

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View a list of our current Boards of Directors, Administrators, Fire Police, and volunteer firefighters.

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The personal rewards and satisfaction received from what we do is often beyond description. Join us as a Camp Hill Volunteer Firefighter!

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Live-in Program
The Camp Hill Company No 1 is always looking for new college Live-Ins. Only 4 miles away from Harrisburg Area Community College and it’s Fire Science program, the CHFD offers state-of-the-art living quarters.

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Camp Hill Fire

Our apparatus responds on many mutual aid calls to the surrounding boroughs and townships. We are located on the corner of 22nd and Walnut Street in the borough of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. The borough is a residential community spanning approximately 2.15 square miles with 8,000 residents.
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Camp Hill FireWednesday, July 10th, 2019 at 9:24pm
At this evening’s Camp Hill Borough meeting, Mayor and Fire Chief Mark Simpson presented Robert (Bob) Clemm with a citation of appreciation for 60 years of dedicated service to the Camp Hill Fire Department.

In his 60 years of service, Bob has not only served as an active firefighter, but also as an officer, a fire instructor, organized and run fire department trainings, is currently an active member of the fire police and is our fire department historian.

A simple “thank you” does not begin to express our gratitude for all Bob has given this community and fire department over the past 60 years. A special thank you as well to Bob’s loving and supportive wife Sandy, we appreciate the sacrifices made by the spouses and families of our volunteers. THANK YOU Bob and congratulations!
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Camp Hill FireTuesday, July 9th, 2019 at 9:21pm
A huge THANK YOU to Amelia and Samuel for their donation to the fire department!! In this hot weather, these will really come in handy! We appreciate your thoughtfulness, gratitude and support!! 😊😊
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Camp Hill FireWednesday, July 3rd, 2019 at 11:00am
This week we practiced our vehicle rescue skills. Highways and byways are an everyday part of life in the U.S. Unfortunately, accidents happen. As emergency services personnel, we must train and practice preparedness for all types of emergency situations.

Please help us in remembering and reminding others, that distracted driving, drunk and impaired driving all have the potential to be fatal. The link below to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has some great tips on how to stay safe on the roadways.

Have a happy and safe Independence Day Camp Hill!