Thank you for stopping by our home on the web! The Lower Macungie Fire Department proudly protects 31,000 people living in an area of 23 square miles. We now operate out of 2 stations that protect a primarily residential area. Our department is a public department, whose members are on a volunteer status.
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If you are interested in joining,please contact us at (610) 398-0996 or stop by Station 30 on our Wednesday training nights at 7pm. Recruitment Contact Form
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2015 POINTS OF INTEREST: Total responses for LMFD: 425 (up from 398 in 2014) 350 responses in LMT and 75 responses outside LMT Of the 425 responses, 148 (34.8%) were false alarm activations (111 I 27.8% in 2014) Average turnout per incident: 15 (same from 2014) Average response time: 4 min 21 sec (4 min […]
Here is a compilation of photos from 2015 LMFD events and responses put together by one of our members. A lot of people know we are out there but don’t necessarily know what we do or to the extent that we do it. This video gives people a quick glance into a year in the […]
As the LMT community mourns the loss of residents Doug Jackson and Doug Jackson III, who lost their lives in an early morning fire on Thursday, the community also continues to offer support to the rest of the Jackson family in the form of love, prayer and donations. Overseeing that community support is Kathy Grovatt. […]
Lower Macungie Township has officially adopted ordinance number 2012-lO regulating open burning and/or outdoor fi res for the safety and general welfare of its residents. Outside or Open burning within Lower Macungie is only allowed under certain conditions and restrict ions without a permit if the fi re is contained within an approved container and […]
A composition of photos from 2014 LMFD events and responses put together by one of our members. A lot of people know we are out there but don’t necessarily know what we do or to the extent that we do it. This video gives people a quick glance into a year in the life of […]
What is carbon monoxide? Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is called the “Invisible Killer” because it’s a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. More than 150 people in the Unites States die every year from accidental nonfire-related CO poisoning associated with consumer products, including generators. Other products include faulty, improperly-used or incorrectly-vented fuel-burning appliances such as […]
Automatic Fire Alarm Pamphlet If you cannot view this document on your device please use the link below to download the PDF version of the document.
Join Our Team The Lower Macungie Fire Department would like to thank you for considering joining our team. Our fire department responds to an average of 375 to 400 calls per year. That’s approximately 1 call per day. We also have departmental training every week. Active members do not have to be interior firefighters. There […]
Lower Macungie Fire Department
P.O. Box 3002 Wescosville, PA 18106
Lehigh County Station 30