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 FireFriday, April 9th, 2021 at 12:34am
Today's Volunteer Spotlight Series features volunteer Firefighter Joe Reilly. Camp Hill Fire is always looking for new volunteers to fill a variety of roles and invite anyone interested in learning more to visit our website at www.camphillfire.org or email us at join@camphillfire.org. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for future Spotlights and Fire Department News/Happenings. #joincamphillfire

Meet Volunteer Firefighter Joe Reilly

WHY VOLUNTEER?
Since starting to volunteer in my home town in 2006 before coming to Camp Hill, I am now coming up on 14 years with CHFD.

I have always been interested in becoming a firefighter. Grew up around the fire house. My father and grandfather were both firefighters in Merrimac, MA. Between that and my passion for helping people, there is no better way to try and help someone when they are having their worst day. I enjoy being an active member of the community and the brotherhood/sisterhood that comes with it. It’s a rewarding thing to do. A lot of hard work, but a lot of fun and the group of people involved make it all worth it.

Rank/Certifications:
FF1, Incident Safety Officer, Relief Association Treasurer
(Previous positions –Lieutenant , Relief Association Board Member, Fire Department Board Member)

FAVORITE ACTIVITIES:
I enjoy hanging out with family and friends. Love being outdoors and traveling. Cannot wait to travel again.
#joinchfd #whyivolunteerchfd #camphillfireteam
Camp Hill Fire
Camp Hill FireFriday, April 2nd, 2021 at 9:01pm
Today's Volunteer Spotlight Series features volunteer Firefighter Rob Kozicki. Camp Hill Fire is always looking for new volunteers to fill a variety of roles and invite anyone interested in learning more to visit our website at www.camphillfire.org or email us at join@camphillfire.org. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for future Spotlights and Fire Department News/Happenings. #joincamphillfire

Meet Volunteer Firefighter Rob Kozicki

WHY VOLUNTEER?
My family had been involved in the fire service for years. I had a light course load my first semester at Bloomsburg University so I had a lot of free time. I went down to Rescue Hose (Columbia County Station 20) which was the closest to campus and asked if they wanted help. They gave me an application and I was voted in that fall. I have been volunteering with Camp Hill Fire Department since March of 1992 and my son Rob is also a junior firefighter.

Don’t be intimidated by the time commitment, give what you can. It is great just to be part of a special group, where else would a regular citizen get to drive a vehicle valued at $1 million?

Rank/Certifications:
FF1, FF2, Fire Instructor I/II, Fire Officer I/II/III, Driver Operator Pumper, Driver Operator Aerial, Driver – E14, T14, R14, Old Engine 2
(Previous positions held – Lieutenant, Captain, Fire Chief)

FAVORITE ACTIVITIES:
Married to my wife Beth for 20 years, I enjoy playing golf, making sawdust in the garage, working on model train layouts with my sons Robert and Thomas and visiting my favorite Camp Hill spot Siebert Park.
#joinchfd #whyivolunteerchfd #camphillfireteam
Camp Hill Fire
Camp Hill FireMonday, March 29th, 2021 at 11:47pm
Thank you to Chief 13 Tim Mulhollan for being our guest speaker at tonight’s training. We appreciate you sharing your knowledge of hydrants and hydrant operation.
Thank you West Shore Bureau of Fire!

#EverWilling
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