North Penn Volunteer Fire Company

Mission Statement

The North Penn Volunteer Fire Company is organized for the purpose of support and operation of fire apparatus and other equipment, for the control of fires in the Borough of North Wales, Upper Gwynedd and Lower Gwynedd Townships, the communities therein and territories adjacent thereto, in the County of Montgomery, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

What We Do

The fire company responds to fire, rescue, and medical emergencies. Fire emergencies included building fires, vehicle fires, brush/field fires , and more. Our members attend a Pennsylvania State Accredited Fire Academy to earn their "Firefighter 1" certification. This course is over 200 hours of classroom and hands-on training , teaching new fire service members the basics of firefighting. Once members successfully complete their basic fire academy, they go on to complete more advance classes including vehicle rescue, rope rescue,  apparatus driver/operator courses, and more. 

The most important part our job is teaching fire prevention and safety. The fire company actively visits schools and religious organizations to teach about fire prevention. While October is recognized as "Fire Prevention Month", it is a year-round task for the fire company. The NPVFC is always excited and open to visiting and teaching the community about the fire service and the community.

Every Monday evening at 7 pm, the fire company holds weekly training also known as 'Drill Night.' During weekly drill, we train and refresh the various skills required during an emergency. Each week is a different skill to maintain proficiency and readiness to answer any emergency. The doors are open and

the community is always welcomed to come see and learn!