The mission of the King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company is to provide cost effective and efficient emergency response services to the community, protecting lives and property. In addition, we promote safety through our fire safety awareness programs to those who live and work in Upper Merion Township.


Jun
21
2016

5th Annual 9/11 Memorial Run

2016 9/11 Run
5TH ANNUAL ANNUAL KING OF PRUSSIA 9/11 MEMORIAL 5K Run & 1 mile Fun Walk September 11, 2016 $25 Adult pre-reg. 4/15 – 7/15 $30 Adult pre-reg. 7/16 – 9/6 $35 Day of Registration 12 & under FREE Registration opens at 7:30am Run beings at 9:00 Proceeds help build and maintain the memorial Register at:
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May
11
2016

Busy Saturday for KPVFC Volunteers

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At 0408 hours on Saturday, May 7th, members were alerted for a stand-by assignment at Station 27D (Fairmount Engine Company) while Norristown (Station 27) and neighboring companies were operating at a working building fire with entrapment in the unit block of Dekalb Street.  While enroute, the 2nd alarm was sounds and the Squad was diverted
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Apr
21
2016

KPVFC Attends the MCCC Public Safety Career Day

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Lt. Alex Clark, Joe Flint and Gabrielle Rosanova attended the MCCC Public Safety Career Day promoting the KPVFC Live-In Program. Student firefighters can live at the fire station while attending classes, not only at Montgomery Count Community College, but while attending any of the 134 colleges and universities in the Philadelphia Metropolitan area.
Mar
24
2016

2 Members Graduate Police Academy Class #1504

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The most recent Montgomery County Police Academy Act 120 class graduated on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016. Class 1504 featured two members from King of Prussia Fire. First, is Engine Company Lieutenant Alex Clark who is starting his career with the local Upper Merion Police department. Next, is firefighter Bianca DeLuca who will be starting her
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Jan
22
2016

Help us, Help You!

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With winter storm Jonas quickly approaching and threatening significant snowfall, please take the time to adopt a fire hydrant on or near your property.  Be sure to shovel at least 3ft around the hydrant so that we will be able to access it easily if needed.  We will have crews ready to respond quickly to
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Jan
21
2016

Operation Save a Life

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On Thursday, January 21st Channel 6 WPVI hosted its 24th annual Operation Save a Life campaign at the Philadelphia Fire Academy. This is a campaign sponsored by the Home Depot and Kidde Fire Protection to promote fire prevention by handing out free smoke detectors to area fire departments for people who are in need. KPVFC
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Jan
17
2016

Afternoon Vehicle Fire

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Right as the NFL Divisional Playoffs were kicking off, Station 47 was alerted to respond to a vehicle fire at the entrance to the King of Prussia Mall near Nordstrom and Seasons 52.  Engine 47-2 (Asst. Chief M. Gallagher) arrived on location to find a two vehicle accident with one vehicle on fire.  Crews began
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Jan
15
2016

Congratulations Firefighter Montero!

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It is with great pride that we would like to congratulate our newest fully certified firefighter, Christian “Bull” Montero!  Chris moved here from New York City in 2013, became a certified mechanic, and went to work at a local auto shop.  He then wasted no time in joining the King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company
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Nov
13
2015

Congratulations FF Massaad and FF Rapine

FF Rapine and FF Massad
On behalf of the officers and members of KPFVC we would like to congratulate Firefighter Sam Rapine and Firefighter Michael Massaad for successfully completing their National Firefighter 1 program at the Montgomery County Fire Academy.  This past year both Firefighter’s Massaad and Rapine joined as probationary members almost one year ago and have been actively
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Nov
7
2015

Forcible Entry, KPVFC’s Training Topic of the Week

The crews learned that teamwork counts when forcing doors
On Wednesday evening, November 4th the firefighting brigade embarked on its weekly fire company training.  18 of the bravest were treated to some classroom and then hands on forcible entry training.  Norristown Fire Department Assistant Chief, Richard Lockhart was our instructor for the evening.  Rich did a great job explaining the various entry challenges firefighters
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