COVID-19 Status update

The leadership of the Doylestown Fire Co #1 is in constant contact with Local, County, State and Federal authorities on the continuing COVID-19 outbreak. In order to minimize unnecessary contact, steps have been taken in both stations limiting visitors. We continue to be prepared to respond to any emergency.
We urge everyone in our community to take all warnings and directions seriously.  We’re all human, and understand that the necessary changes are difficult.
 As we do with all safety and fire prevention messages, we share these prevention messages so that we can come out of this situation in a quicker time-frame.
In the meantime, as you’re home with your families, take the time to check on your smoke detectors, making sure they all work. Please do not overload your power cords, surge strips or outlets.
We will continue to pass along information as we get it from authorities. Please practice fire prevention and home safety while you are at home
Please, stay at home, wash your hands, and stay safe.

Fire Company status and notices in light of COVID-19

The leadership and members of Doylestown Fire Company No. 1 want to let the community they serve to know that in light of the COVID-19 outbreak and resulting precautions that we are ready and able to respond to and handle emergencies on Doylestown and surrounding areas as we have since 1879. We are in contact with all of the local, county and state authorities and making sure that our members follow the proper protocols for their safety and yours.

With  that, on guidance from health authorities, we must restrict access to our stations and apparatus to fire company members and authorized individuals only. Any visits or public activities are now postponed until further notice, as are visits to the firehouses. Our members will do everything they can to be friendly in public areas but will be maintaining a safe distance to assure social distancing.

We will continue to update our channels with pertinent information as this unfolds. We urge everyone to follow the guidance of the health authorities to minimize the spread of the virus, and to wash your hands often and well. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please message us on our Facebook page or through the contact us button on our website at