Ottsville Volunteer Fire Company


Ottsville fire company in need of life vests

Wednesday, March 29, 2017   Ottsville fire company is in need of a couple of type 3 life vests. Infant/ child/ small adult. Just one or 2 of each size. If anyone has some that your children have outgrown, we could put them to good use. Please contact me directly. 610-587-6225. Thank you



WRER Training

Sunday, March 26, 2017   Ottsville VFC 49/94 hosting PA Fish and Boat Commission WRER water rescue class this weekend. Members of Ottsville, Upper Black Eddy 47 and Delaware Valley 48/96 are learning basics and refreshing on existing skills.



Winter storm shelter

Monday, March 13, 2017   As the winter storm approaches, ottsville fire company members will be at the station responding to emergencies. The station will be open all throughout the storm as a shelter for people who need it. Stay safe everyone! 



Cover assignment

Saturday, February 25, 2017   OVFC Rescue49 and Dublin VFC Field 23 covering Sellersville VFC while they are operating on three separate brush fires this afternoon.



Fire in UBE

Monday, February 20, 2017   OVFC Ladder 49, Engine 94, and Tanker 49 along with multiple mutual aid companies responded to Upper Black Eddy early this morning for a working dwelling fire. Ladder 49 crew vented the roof of the 2.5 story duplex while Engine 94 crew assisted with interior suppression and overhaul. Companies were in service for 3 hours.



New Addition to the OVFC family

Saturday, February 18, 2017   Congratulations to OVFC member Matt Judd and his wife Jen on the birth of their baby boy. Welcome to the family Gavin Matthew Judd!



Helping the Community

The members of OVFC gathered and donated over 60 lbs of canned goods for the lord's pantry helping to feed the less fortunate this Christmas! Just another way we can gather and help our community!




 Congratulations to one of OVFCs younger fire fighters, John Dowd, for graduating Marine Corp boot camp!John is following his father Pat, a retired Marine, in his career serving this great country. 

Thank you both for your service!   Semper Fi!





Thanks to a very generous donation from a member of the community, (who wishes to remain anonymous), we were able to purchase this G3 tunnel hull boat. It comes with an 80 hp Yamaha 4 stroke outboard motor and can operate in only six inches of water while on plane. It will be equipped to do a variety of water rescues and can also transport patients if needed. The boat will be in service soon and will be used in our coverage area at Lake Nockamixon as well as providing mutual aid to the fire companies along the Delaware River and other area lakes.

A special shout out to Jeff "Swamper" Bryan, who picked up the bill for the striping and lettering which was done by Scottie Kania at Scottie Designs and Lettering, and of course to our anonymous benefactor. THANK YOU!!!!

If you happen to see us out and about on a training exercise, please stop and say hi !



Not Something You See Every Day

Thursday, September 8, 2016 15:42  Yesterday at approximately 3:50 PM Ottsville (station 49), Haycock (Station 63), West End (station 18) and medics 142 and 141 were dispatched to a call for an auto extrication for a male who was working in an excavator when a maple tree fell on the machine and crushed the cab, entrapping the man. Crews quickly responded and worked for 20 minutes to free the operator. He was then transported to the hospital by medics. Everyone did an amazing job and truly showed the skills and dedication of the local fire company‚Äôs. Great job to all!



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