Your Logan Township Volunteer Fire Service System provides fire and rescue services throughout the neighborhoods of LoganTownship.  Your firefighters are your neighbors – a dedicated group of volunteers who serve you during times of emergency.


Through a unique partnership between the Board of Supervisors of Logan Township, the Fire Chief’s Association, and our Citizens - a fleet of new fire apparatus was introduced in 1999 and 2008.  The 5, all volunteer fire departments, maintain the critical infrastructure necessary to assure solid fire protection services are delivered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to our citizens.


It costs approximately $65,000.00 annually to operate a single fire station – When we multiply that across five strategically located departments, the annual operating costs to our volunteers total approximately $325,000.00.


The volunteer fire departments are funded in several ways.  Through a community partnership, each company depends on its citizens to support their district firehouse through annual community fund drives and local fundraising events.  LoganTownship supports the volunteers by providing annual funding for fire apparatus, and direct municipal funding to help meet fire service budgets at each company level.  Each company supplements their budget with competitive grant applications at the federal, state and local level.


The Logan Township Volunteers train and certify in accordance with standards established by the NFPA and the office of the State Fire Commissioner.


For questions about the fire service, click on your neighborhood company page or contact:


Jeff Blake

Emergency Management Coordinator

814 – 329 – 5181

If you are interested in applying for membership in a Logan Township Volunteer Fire Department, please click on the link below to complete the application.