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Mon. Jan 1st 2018
This past year has been another busy one for the department! With close to 500 calls (489 to be exact) we are below our average call volume of 550 for the year. We are always glad to see that number d...
Fri. Dec 15th 2017
Keep your eyes open this weekend! The "Big Man" will be taking a ride around the township on our trucks to make sure everybody is behaving themselves! Don't tell him we warned you, but h...
Thu. Dec 14th 2017
On Tuesday, December 12, Sunoco Pipeline and its parent company, Energy Transfer Partners, awarded the Derry Township VFD with a $12,500 grant that will go towards buying an ATV.This ATV will be used ...
Tue. Nov 28th 2017
It is with great sadness that we inform the community that Senior Member and lifelong friend of all of here at the department, Don Stiffler, passed away yesterday, Monday, November 27, 2017. Don was a...

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          Operating out of one station in Bradenville, we are responsible for the 105 square miles of Derry Township. In the township, we have approximately 14,560 residents, and run an average of 550 calls per year. We own 2 Engine-Rescue trucks, one of which is utilized mainly as an engine, and the other as our rescue. We also have a tanker truck, brush truck, and squad truck. The people who man these trucks are 36 active members that volunteer their time and money to making the township a better place, whether it is through running fire calls, assisting people, or working events throughout the township. All of our personnel are trained in firefighting operations and hazardous materials, and most of our personnel are trained in EMS, vehicle rescue, and wild land firefighting. We also have 12 members that are trained in swift water rescue and boat operations. These water rescue members are part of the Westmoreland County Team 175, which also includes New Alexandria VFD, and Lloydsville VFD. They can respond to anywhere in the state if requested or required.

 

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