Units have just cleared a vehicle fire in the 34-2. Units arrived to find a small engine compartment fire. Pictures/Video courtesy of President John Reed, Chief Dustin Ross, Captain Sinkkanen ... See moreSee less
*Important Announcement* Effective Immediately Station 34 will be closed to the public. Only members will be allowed within our buildings, this includes any previously scheduled social hall events. This is an indefinite restriction as we deal with the COVID-19 outbreak. This action is an attempt to keep our membership as healthy as we can in order to continue providing the same level of service to our community. We apologize for any inconvenience. ... See moreSee less
Yesterday, while everyone was out buying toilet paper and hand sanitizer, Truck 34 was handling emergency incidents in Harrisburg City. Initially, Truck 34 was alerted for a transfer assignment at Harrisburg City Station Two. During the transfer, units were notified of a kitchen fire. Truck 34 responded and operated on the scene for approximately one hour while the fire was extinguished! Thanks Dustin Weese for the Photos!! ... See moreSee less
Due to unforeseen and uncontrollable circumstances we have canceled our Easter Pancake Breakfast and Flea Market. We will not be rescheduling the event as of this time. Sorry for any inconveniences this may have caused. ... See moreSee less
If you haven’t yet heard the news! There’s a new Engine 34-1 in town. Congratulations to Dustin Weese for being the first person to photograph this beast!Congratulations to the Paxtonia 34 Fire Company on the delivery of your beautiful new Rescue Engine.
Also thank you to the little birdie whom suggested I go by the fire station after work. 😎📷 ... See moreSee less