Last week some members from the truck committed visited Pierce in Appleton, Wisconsin for print approval on the new Rescue 98.  Rescue 98 will be 184″ heavy duty rescue pumper body with an Arrow XT cab to match the current E98.  Delivery is expected in the summer of 2019.  

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  • 2019 Poinsettia Sale!

    2019 Poinsettia Sale!

    The 2019 Poinsettia Sale has started!!! All plants will be 8” in size and plants may also be ordered via credit card at www.morrisville98.com or via check/cash with the attached form. All orders must be placed by Friday November 29, 2019. Orders will be available for pick up on Saturday …Read More »
  • VISIT TO PIERCE

    VISIT TO PIERCE

    Last week some members from the truck committed visited Pierce in Appleton, Wisconsin for print approval on the new Rescue 98.  Rescue 98 will be 184″ heavy duty rescue pumper body with an Arrow XT cab to match the current E98.  Delivery is expected in the summer of 2019.  Read More »
  • BARCLAY AVE DWELLING FIRE

    BARCLAY AVE DWELLING FIRE

    At 7:39pm Station 98 was dispatched for a dwelling fire with entrapment at 330 Barclay Ave.  DC30 arrived reporting smoke showing with a fire in the attic and confirming all occupants were out of the house.  E98 handled fire suppression while other companies opened up and checked for extension.  DC98 …Read More »
  • HOUSE FIRE WITH 10’s

    HOUSE FIRE WITH 10’s

    At 05:11 this morning SS98 was dispatched with Station 10 for a reported dwelling fire at 1120 Edgely Ave. in Bristol Township.  DC13 arrived first reporting smoke showing from all floors.  Crews from SS98 operated for 2 hours before returning to service.  C10 had Edgely Command.Read More »

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Morrisville Fire Company is located in Bucks County, PA just north of Philadelphia and directly across the Delaware River from Trenton, NJ. The company helps protect a five square mile area with areas that range from single family dwellings and apartments to limited access highways and industrial parks. The company membership is made up of all volunteer’s who help protect Morrisville and surrounding areas 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. We operate out of a single station with one Engine, one Fire-Rescue, one Special Service, and one Marine Rescue Unit. Morrisville Fire Company answers an average of 450 calls annually from structure fires and auto accidents to medical calls and assistance to surrounding fire companies.

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2019 Total354
Jan34
Feb32
Mar39
Apr31
May36
Jun39
Jul56
Aug45
Sep30
Oct12
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Morrisville Fire Company

SANTA IS COMING TO MORRISVILLE!

Santa will be visiting Morrisville on Friday 12/20 and Saturday 12/21. On Friday 12/20 between 4pm-8pm Santa will visit areas shaded in red on the map. On Saturday 12/21 between 3pm-7pm Santa will visit the blue shaded area on the map. Any questions regarding your street please message us and we will get back to you ASAP. We do not know specific times streets will be visited but will do our best to update via Facebook while Santa is in town. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday season!
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SANTA IS COMING TO MORRISVILLE!

Santa will be visiting Morrisville on Friday 12/20 and Saturday 12/21. On Friday 12/20 between 4pm-8pm Santa will visit areas shaded in red on the map. On Saturday 12/21 between 3pm-7pm Santa will visit the blue shaded area on the map. Any questions regarding your street please message us and we will get back to you ASAP. We do not know specific times streets will be visited but will do our best to update via Facebook while Santa is in town. Thank you and have a wonderful holiday season!

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I hope we catch him as it's our 1st christmas here. 💜

Perfect! Thanks for the highlighted map makes it easier 🤪😂

I jus heard now??? And seen Him by the giant??

Are Burgess, Walnut and Oak on the naughty list?? 🤔😁

Can’t wait! Morrisville always does a great job with their Santa route and I love the horns always going off, you don’t get that in a lot of neighborhoods because people complain about their dogs but it’s just one time so that’s why I appreciate you guys using your horns and sirens! It’s such a thrill to hear it all and then see Santa! I loved last year when you came down Jefferson and turn around and went onto Birch Avenue, that was an extra special spot to be to see Santa!!

David Giuffre

Teresa Traub

Jordyn Haas Rudolf

Howard C. Marquis Lindsay Sala Debbie Cray Cashel

Makenna Altomare Bowman

Jessica Rose

Jessica Lynn Szeszko

SANTA??!!!!! I know him!!

Nena

Joseph McGowan. Kristin Mead Jaffee

Merry Christmas. Always look forward to the Santa Claus procession

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