Penn Township has five volunteer fire departments: Claridge, Grandview, Harrison City, Level Green, and Paintertown, which provide fire and emergency services for the community.
These organizations depend upon public donations to remain open and operational. In 2012 the Penn Township Commissioners will provide $40,600 to each department for a total contribution of $203,000.
Unlike some cities, these fire departments are not totally funded by your local taxes, so please be generous during their annual fund drives. Also, these organizations depend on trained volunteers to staff their organizations, and they are constantly recruiting new volunteers.
|Claridge||2037 Baloh Street
Claridge, PA 15623
|724-744-2400||Robert Bankosh firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Grandview||1655 Ridge Road
Jeannette, PA 15644
|Harrison City||P.O. Box 419
Harrison City, PA 15636
|Level Green||536 Harrison City Road
Trafford, PA 15085
|Paintertown||R.D. 9 Tray Road
Irwin, PA 15642
Located near the Pennsylvania Turnpike Maintenance Building, Rescue 6 is centrally located in the township in order to provide emergency and routine medical transportation. Rescue 6 is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health as an Advanced Life Support ambulance provider.
Rescue 6 is a nonprofit organization made up of professional and volunteer personnel that relies on donations from the public in the form of a subscription plan. Offered each year between January 1 and December 31, new and renewal subscription plans offer residents in its service area the benefit of membership.
If you would like to become a subscriber, call Rescue 6 at 724-744-4112 to have a subscription brochure mailed to you that explains all of the details.
|Address:||1030 Sandy Hill Road, Irwin, PA 15642|
|Supervisor:||Edgar C. Grant|