|Mon. Sep 21st 2015|
This date LFC was dispatched to the 200 block of Thompson Mill Road in Upper Makefield Twp. for an investigation of a smoke o...
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|Mon. Sep 21st 2015|
This date LFC was dispatched for the report of a residential fire alarm in the 200 block of Jane Chapman Drive E. in Wrightst...
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|Sun. Sep 20th 2015|
This date LFC was dispatched for the report of a residential fire alarm in the 1900 block of Swamp Road, Buckingham Twp. It w...
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Profile of the Month
Profile of the month is going to be a regular column featuring a different Company Member each month. Each month we will feature a different Line Officer, Firefighter, Executive Officer, Associate Member or a Past Member of the Company, to highlight their career. There have been many people that have passed thru the doors of the firehouse, some briefly and some for a significant amount time, but all have left their footprint on the character and history of the Lingohocken Fire Company.
Chief Dave James
The first profile is to introduce the New Fire Chief. Taking over the command of the Lingohocken Fire Company for 2015 is Dave James. Dave has been with the Fire Company for 20 years, moving up the ranks of the company, holding positions of Lieutenant, Captain and Assistant Chief.
Dave is employed by Wrightstown Township in the road department. His background includes 4 years in the United States Army, where he acquired his drive to do a job right, to the best of your ability and seeing it through to the end. Dave has never been someone to stand back and watch. He has always been one of the members to be out in front of whatever the emergency is.
In taking over as Chief, Dave states the hardest thing will be standing back and running the whole fire scene. Chief James states " I believe in delegating jobs, because no one can do everything. I'm surrounded by a great group of Line Officers and a group of Firefighters that are second to none! We are a small department but have always been progressive and forward thinking. I hope to make the same great strides in moving the Company forward, that the other Fire Chief's before me, have been able to make."
Dave resides in Wrightstown Township and is a father with 2 children.
CONGRATULATIONS TO NICK GALLINA AND 4 OTHER COUNCIL ROCK SENIORS FOR THEIR MILITARY COMMITMENTS!
For the full article click the above box marked "files" and go to news articles!
Properly display your house numbers so emergency personnel can find your residence quickly. Lingohocken Fire Company, Police and Emergency Medical Services strongly encourage all residents to properly post their address.
To assist residents, the Lingohocken Fire Company has begun processing orders for blue reflective address signs that can be displayed near the street. They may be displayed either on a mailbox or a post in the front yard. If your mailbox is not located on your property, it is recommended to have the reflective sign posted on a post, at least 3 feet high in your front yard or at the end of the driveway so it is visible in both directions.
- Signs are double sided, blue with white numbers on each side.
- Signs are 6" by 18" with rounded corners and 3" numbers.
- Highly reflective background and easily seen at night.
-Rust and weather proof heavy gauge aluminum sign.
******Signs are $15.00 each and it includes mounting hardware******
To order send: Name, Phone number, Street Address, want the numbers to be Horizontal (left/right) or Vertical (up/down)
Check made out to: Lingohocken Fire Company, PO Box 102, Wycombe, PA. 18980
It’s safe to resume controlled burns. Remember to have a water source and a safe distance from any structure.
If you are going to have a controlled burn, prior to burning please call Bucks County Emergency Communications at 215-345-1411 and advise them of your address and about how long you will be burning. Upon completion call back and advise it has been extinguished.
Wrightstown Township: Burning permitted 2 hours after sun rise and needs to be extinguished 2 hour before sun down. Needs to be 50' away from any structure. No construction materials permitted. Bon fires or ceremonial fires, need to contact Township Fire Marshall during normal business hours at (215) 598-3313, Ext 104 the week prior to your request for approval.
Buckingham Township: Burning is permitted 1 hour after sun rise and needs to be extinguished 1 hour before sun down.
Upper Makefield Township: No open burning permitted!
Emergencies can happen at anytime without any advance notice. Click on the "file" tab and printout the BCEmergencyPreparedness guide. Guide has contact phone numbers for emergency services, hospitals and media outlets. The guide also has sample diagrams of family escape plans, family contact forms and checklists for emergency preparedness kits as well as "To Go Kits".
Emergencies aren't just storms! They can be as simple as a fire in your neighborhood which prevents you from getting home, to a Police standoff which restricts you access to your home.
If you have an interest in becoming a volunteer, no matter if it is a firefighter or an associate member click on the file tab. There you will find a listing for "Fire Company Application". Print one out and you can either mail it in to PO Box 102, Wycombe, Pa. 18980 or drop it off on any Tuesday night at the Main firehouse located at 1090 Washington Ave. Wycombe, Pa.
No matter what your background is there is a position for you. Your training is completely paid for by the Fire Company, the only thing we ask is your time. Once you clear basic training, your training can go in multiple directions of your choosing. You can make it a family affair, we have a number of Father and Son teams, as well as families of firefighters and associates.
If you want to give back to your Community, help your neighbors in a time of need or just meet new people, the Fire Company is the place for you.
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