We are the Union Volunteer Fire Company of Felton, York County, PA Station 43. The Felton Fire Company was founded in 1929. We are located in the borough of Felton, PA.
As to covering the borough, we also have first due in Windsor Township, Chanceford Township, and North Hopewell Township.
The current Chief is Scott Gingrich and we have about twenty-five active Fire Fighters.
We also have around ten active Fire Police and about twenty members of the F.A.S.T. Team (Felton Auxiliary Support Team).
Union Volunteer Fire Company averages about 150 to 160 calls a year. Our current fleet includes Engine 43, Tanker 43, Brush 43, and Utility 43. We strive to protect and serve the community and people of our district. We also provide mutual aid to many of our neighboring Fire EMS and police departments.
The mission of Union Volunteer Fire Company is to ensure that Officers and Members are prepared with equipment and training so, as ONE, we can protect lives and property from the effects of fire and provide rescue services to our area communities.