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Protecting homes and properties since 1942, Upper Milford Western District Fire Co., commonly known as Old Zionsville Fire Department Station 19, is a 100% volunteer organization, with thirty fire fighters and fire police.

Due to experiencing costly fires which destroyed several Upper Milford business places and having in mind the hazards of World War II, citizens of the township decided to organize a Fire Company for their mutual protection. With a meeting on March 4, 1942 in Zionsville Reformed Church it was decided to have two Fire Companies, one in Vera Cruz and the other at Old Zionsville.

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Any donations can be mailed to: PO BOX 302 Old Zionsville, PA 18068.

The first Sunday of each month we serve a breakfast buffet including pancakes, french toast, made to order eggs, home-fries, sausage, bacon, cream chipped beef and coffee.

Breakfast is served from 7:30 am – 12:30 pm, on the 1st Sunday of each month. Breakfast costs: $8.00 for adult, $7.50 for seniors, and $4.00 for kids.

Hope to see you there!

Planning a special event? Our social hall holds up to 150 people comfortably, and our commercial style kitchen is available to use.

For more rental information, please call 610-966-3541, leave a message, and one of our committee members will return your call.

So think of us to when planning your next special event, reunion, shower, or reception.

This year’s Sportsman’s Drawing is September 15th, 2018.

Grand prize is a 2018 Can-Am Outlander plus 14 other prizes for guns or money.

Come on out for the drawing and listen to music from Bootleg Express!

You can buy tickets at Waterman’s meats, Countryside Ice Cream, Blackman’s Cycle, from any member, or at our station. Tickets are just $10!

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If We Can’t Find You … We Can’t Help You!

Safety Officials Ask Citizens to Go Buy the Numbers
It’s 1:30 a.m. and the police department gets a report from a woman afraid there is a burglar in her home. She hides in a closet with a cordless phone and dials the dispatcher and gives her address to the dispatcher. Police arrive quickly to the neighborhood, but have trouble finding the residence because there is no visible house number. This is just an example of the many cases that can be pointed out by members of the Pennsylvania State Police. Both Upper Milford Fire Departments along with the Emmaus and Macungie ambulance corps. can not stress enough, the necessity for large reflective numbers on homes and businesses.

Reflective Address Marker

Click below to download our reflective address marker order form. Print out the form, fill it out, and mail it with your check to:

MAIL IT TO:
Upper Milford Western Dist. Fire Co. # 1
PO Box 302
Old Zionsville, PA 18068

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
UMWD Fire Company

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All our workers are volunteer firefighters who risk their lives to protect our community. Join today and be part of something great.

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