We’ve proudly been volunteering to serve our community since 1948
The members of Greenfield Township Volunteer Fire Company have been providing Fire and EMS protection for Greenfield Township and surrounding communities, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 70 years.
Who are we?
We have approximately 20 members, who have various levels of medical, fire, rescue and fire police training. In 2017, we ran 511 calls – which included calls in the township, as well as mutual aid responses to surrounding communities. None of these calls went unanswered, which is a great accomplishment!
Where do we cover?
Greenfield Township is located in northeastern Erie County, PA and is a rural community of 34.2 square miles. There were 1,933 residents as of the 2010 census residing in the township. Greenfield Township is bordered by North East and Harborcreek Townships to the north, Harborcreek Township to the west, Venango Township to the south and Chautauqua County, New York to the east. We cover the 7 miles of Interstate 86 from its terminator at I-90 (including all ramps) to the New York state line.
We also have mutual aid agreements with North East Fire Departments (Crescent Hose and Fuller Hose), Wattsburg Hose Company, Brookside Fire Company, Harborcreek Fire Department, Kuhl Hose Company. We have also covered as far as Union City and Corry, Findley Lake and Sherman, NY, and down to Wesleyville and Belle Valley. If we are called, we strive to answer every call – to provide not only for our residents, but surrounding departments who need our aid.