Thanks to a generous donation from the Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Service Foundation and the Lancaster Lions Club, Twenty 2 in 1 Strobe Light Smoke Detectors were made available for installation by the Lancaster City Firefighters in homes where a standard smoke alarm would not alert a deaf resident to the

As we head into October, it’s important to make sure you home and family are protected. Fire Prevention Month was created in 1922 by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Today, Fire Prevention Month is used to raise fire safety awareness

Several members of Lancaster City Bureau of Fire took part in a multi-agency response to the triennial airport exercise at Harrisburg International Airport, Middletown, PA. Did you know? Lancaster City Bureau of Fire provides direct support to the state, regional, and county special operation teams.

Firefighters joined Mayor Sorace and community volunteers today at the Locust Street mural as part of LOVE YOUR BLOCK! Check out the images below to see our team helping the mural come to life!

The Fire Foundation has been instrumental in securing funds to outfit new fire apparatus for Lancaster City. We understand our Firefighters need the best equipment on the market to best protect our community. Over the past three years, Lancaster City leadership has concentrated on six key areas. These focus areas

The Lancaster City Fire Bureau offers free smoke alarms to city property owners at no charge. There is no limit to the number of free alarms a property owner may have installed. The alarms are required in every city bedroom, on every level and outside of sleeping areas under the