• Breast Cancer Awareness


    To Jefferson Hills Volunteer Fire Company.

  • Flood

    Floods & More…

    Be prepared for Floods and other Natural Disasters. Safeguard your Home, Family and Pets. Learn more at Links above.

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    Mesothelioma is a rare cancer, only affecting 2,000 – 3,000 patients a year. Although small relative to other cancerous diseases, it's almost always 100% fatal. The goal at Mesothelioma Guide is to increase  awareness. As a Fire Fighter, learn more at Links above.

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380 Wray Drive  Jefferson Hills, PA 15025  •  Non-Emergency Number (412) 384-5141  •  FAX (412) 384-3684

Emergency Number 911

885logo“Our Mission is rapid response to protect residents and properties in confronting both man-made and natural disasters. In fulfillment, members are dedicated to being physically prepared, trained and certified. Through technology, education, dedication, and growth, we maintain a state of readiness, and strive to improve methods in property protection and saving lives.“


* In Appreciation of Good Neighbor Contributions and Support **


Are You A Yellow DOT Participant?

Help us help you.  Jefferson Hills residents, it never hurts to be prepared.  Penndot now offers the Yellow DOT program.  If in the event of an emergency, police and local emergency services can obtain your emergency contact information. This could also be helpful if you have a family member who can’t get in touch with you during an emergency. Hop online and give it a try. It’s free and simple. For more information, or to participate  Click Here

Do You Have What It Takes…
To Be A Volunteer Firefighter?

Looking for new members.
Stop by the station and talk to one of our firefighters,
for more information.

Tips from FEMA to Make Your Home Safer.

Changing our clocks twice a year is a Great time to remember to change batteries in our smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. The batteries should be replaced at least once a year to make sure the alarms operate  properly.

By maintaining the alarms in your home, you can increase your chances of surviving a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning.  When fire breaks-out, you only have seconds to escape its heat, black smoke, and deadly gases. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that fuel-burning heating and cooking devices often produce. It is often called the silent killer becasue it is odorless and colorless. The National Fire Protection Association offers tips for making your home safer:

  • Place smoke and carbon monoxide alarms on every level of your home and outside each bedroom. If you keep your bedroom doors closed, place a smoke alarm in each bedroom;
  • Test alarms once a month;
  • Never disable a smoke alarm when coking;
  • Replace smoke alarms that are ten years old.