Our department is located in Pike County Pennsylvania, known as the Tri-state Area where PA, NY, & NJ meet each other. We are located in the historic town of Milford which dates back 1796.
Our response area covers Interstate 84 from the Westfall Township line to the Blooming Grove Township line, Rt 209 from Westfall Township line to the Delaware Township line and Rt 6 from Milford Borough to Shohola Township We cover half of the population of Dingman Township and all of the population of Milford Township and Milford borough. Our running area consists of many small and large developments and many bodies of water, including the Delaware River.
Our department operates an Engine, Rescue Engine, Heavy Rescue, Brush truck, Support truck, and an ambulance. Our members respond to about 400 fire, and 700 medical calls on average a year.
Station 33 is located at 107 West Catharine Street in Milford borough. Next to the Milford Borough Hall which was the original fire house and dates back to the 1800’s.
Our station has four bays which house all of our apparatus. The station has a kitchen, two bathrooms, and a lounge for the membership. The station is also used for meetings, training, and department functions.
The Milford Fire Department is staffed entirely by volunteers from the community that we serve. New members are needed, and welcomed, to help us provide the critical services for our community. No experience is necessary, and all training and equipment is provided. We are looking for dedicated men and women to serve in a variety of positions within the department.
Members are available at the firehouse each Monday, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, to answer any questions.