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

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

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Volunteer
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.
Camp Hill Fire
Camp Hill FireMonday, December 17th, 2018 at 9:56pm
Well Santa just left the station to head back to the North Pole for some rest before the big night so Operation HO-HO 2018 is officially in the books. It was great seeing so many of you out and about over the 6 different nights it took . Hopefully we brought some holiday cheer to young and old. Please feel free to share any photos you may have taken and wouldnt mind sharing. We would love to see them. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to one and all.
Camp Hill Fire
Camp Hill Fire shared their photo.Monday, December 17th, 2018 at 9:12am
Operation Ho-Ho will be on the Northside tonight from 6-8 pm. This is the last night for Santa and then he is headed back North. Come on out and see a Camp Hill tradition.
Camp Hill Fire
Camp Hill Fire updated their status.Wednesday, December 12th, 2018 at 10:07pm
Well Night #5 of Operation Ho-Ho is in the books. It was great seeing so many people out tonight. Santa is headed back to the North Pole for a few days to make sure the elves keep cranking out the toys. Santa will be back next Monday the 17th, weather and emergency calls permitting, from 6pm to 8pm to finish the last night of Operation Ho-Ho 2018. Please find the attached map for your viewing and planning pleasure. If you didnt get a chance to see us please feel free to meet up with us along the route Monday. Have a great evening and we hope to see lots of smiling faces Monday.