Horsham Township citizens and businesses are protected by highly-trained and well-equipped volunteer firefighting and rescue organizations operating from two (2) stations strategically located in the Township. The dedicated firefighting companies cooperate on a regular basis to ensure the safety of our residents, travelers and property. They are on-call 24/7 and have a proud history of heroic service backed by ongoing training and support from Horsham Township’s municipal government, businesses and citizens.
The Horsham Fire Company has been serving our citizens and businesses since 1913. Aside from their firefighting activities, they are also very active in the community and play an important role in the social and fundraising activities happening throughout the calendar year.
Horsham Fire Co. No.1 Ambulance was started with Theodore Miller Sr.'s personal ambulances. In 1941 the Fire Company took over operations. Today Horsham Fire Co. No. 1's Ambulance Corps. Division proudly protects an estimated 26,000 people living in an area of 16.77 square miles. We operate out of our main station which is located at 315 Meetinghouse Road.
Because they are volunteer organization, the fire company is always interested in individuals looking to make a positive difference by getting involved as firefighters, fire police, event planners, fundraisers or administrators. We are looking for Fire Fighters, EMS members and Fire Police. Stop by and see us or call @ 215-675-9859 for more information. Training is held on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 PM.