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Bucks County Fire Service History Book

This book contains 390 pages, including the written history, pictures and an all-time list of fire apparatus of each of the 62 county volunteer fire companies in full color.

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Smoke Detector Education & Information

Smoke Detectors Part 1 Our Problem Whenever firefighters are dispatched to a residential fire, our system has failed. Fire codes, fire officials, fire prevention efforts and a lot of individual homeowners have failed. Although all fires are not preventable,...

Firefighters Fighting ALS Beef and Beef

Firefighters Fighting ALS Beef and Beef

The three of us have been fighting fires together on the same engine crew for almost twenty years.  Over the past two decades our friendship has grown along with our families.  We are always together, be it at the firehouse, on the sidelines of our kids’...

FDNY FF James Lee Jr Event

FDNY Firefighter James Lee Jr. On Wednesday Night, Sept 5th, 2018 at 1900 hours (Box Sandwich Dinner at 1800 hours) a very special presentation will be held at the Performing Arts Center at the Bucks County Community College, being arranged through the...

Bucks County Fire Service History Book ON SALE – $25

The History of the Bucks County Fire Service is a publication of the Bucks County Fire Chiefs and Firefighters Association. It contains 390 pages, including the written history, pictures and an all-time list of fire apparatus of each of the 62 county...

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I have to quote Past Chief Chuck Fox, this group is becoming nothing but a free meal once a month. Again and not the first time we had 3 sitting Chiefs at the meeting. I'm sure I will hear feedback but why do you and your Company join if you don't want to take part? Our Association used to be highly respected and our input on many activities in the County were requested and taken at one time. Without attendance of current Chiefs we are losing that Respect. With over 500 members and only 35 showing up for a meeting this Respect is going away. If you truly care about the Fire Service in our County Come To The Meetings! ... See MoreSee Less

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I understand it was a lively meeting focused on FEMA AFG grant

Maybe you should rotate what day of the week you have your meetings on.

Congratulations to all the Firefighters who completed the requirements for certification in Firefighter 1 while attending the summer 2019 session at the Lower Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center.Image attachment

Congratulations to all the Firefighters who completed the requirements for certification in Firefighter 1 while attending the summer 2019 session at the Lower Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations. Stay safe.

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ALL

Congratulations to all!

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Bucks County Chiefs & Firefighters Association
1760 S. Easton Rd.
Doylestown, PA 18901

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