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What's New at SFD Local 60
New Firefighters Sworn In Today 9/3/2015

Five new firefighters were sworn in this morning at city hall.  This marks the first new class of recruits since 2008.  They will now spend the next 14 weeks at Harrisburg Area Community College were they will train and earn their certifications.  Upon successful completion they will join their brothers in the Scranton Fire Department in protecting our city. 

Pictured (Front L-R) Deputy Chief Allen Lucas, Mayor William Courtright and

Superintendent Patrick DeSarno

(Rear L-R) Robert J. Kerrigan, Kevin S. O'Connor, Matthew R. Gavern,

Patrick T. Fiscus and Michael K. Brown 

Website Update
8/5/2015  SFD on the Fire Ground section updated


-1201 Capouse Ave, The Clubhouse Bar - A-Shift (PHOTOS)


 

Daily Status of the Fire Companies

The Scranton Fire Department is comprised of 119 firefighters divided among three shifts.  They staff five engine companies, two truck companies, a rescue company and an assistant chief vehicle to provide emergency protection for all 76,000 residents in the citys' 26 square miles. 

The following is a list of the daily status of the companies and a description of the protection area of each.

Thursday September 4, 2015

C-Shift Currently On-Duty

OPEN       Engine Co. 2 - Covering South Side, Minooka and East Mountain

OPEN        Engine Co. 4 - Covering Central City, Hill Section, Bunker Hill, parts of South Side, Green Ridge 

OPEN        Engine Co. 7 - Covering West Side, Keyser Valley, West Mountain, Tripp Park and Bellevue  

OPEN        Engine Co. 8 - Covering North Scranton, parts of Green Ridge, Tripp Park, West Side, Central City and Keyser Valley

CLOSED   Engine Co. 9 - Covering North Scranton, parts of Green Ridge, Tripp Park, Keyser Valley, Central City and West Side. 

Permanently Closed by the Doherty Administration

OPEN       Engine Co. 10 - Covering East Mountain and parts of South Side

CLOSED  Engine Co. 15 - Covering the Hill Section, Bunker Hill, and parts of the Downtown

Permanently Closed by the Doherty Administration and the building given to the police department

OPEN      Rescue Co. 1 - Responds to all alarms in the city as well as any specialized rescue calls

OPEN      Truck Co. 2 - Responds to all calls on the East Side of the Lackawanna River

CLOSED Truck Co. 4 - Responds to all calls on the West Side of the Lackawanna River

  

Lessons From The Recent Past
The Fatal Fire on Lawall St. Read More...
Proposed Fire Cuts

Local #60

 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

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FIREFIGHTERS

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CITY OF SCRANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT

   PROPOSED BUDGET CUTS & RESTRUCTURING

RESPONSE ANALYSIS

Click the PDF link below to read the study


Download: Pres_Final.pdf



        
 

 Posted with the permission of artist Paul Combs

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