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Phone: 610-446-6008

Looking for dedicated volunteers!

We hope to continue this history long into the future; come and join us.
We will accomplish this mission by responding to natural or man-made emergencies, and by interacting with various civic groups and community associations, through the selfless commitment of our volunteer members.

Mailing Address:
541 Royal Avenue
Havertown, PA 19083

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FOR SALE: 1989 PIERCE DASH

1989 Pierce Dash for sale (Engine 58) 1250 GPM Pump 2 Stage Waterous Pump 500 Gallon Tank 16,000 Miles Includes Equipment 2 Axes 2 Pike poles 1 Deck gun 35ft ladder 14ft ladder 10ft attic...
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Bedroom Fire Glendale Road

At 19:15 hours Companies 58, Engine 56 and Tower 34 were dispatched to the 500 block of Glendale Road for a bedroom fire. Crews found a small fire in the bedroom. Companies gained the upper...
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House fire in Brookline

Rescue 58 was dispatched to assist Station 35 with a house fire in their local. About 09:45hours Company 35, Engine 34 & Rescue 56 were alerted to a dwelling fire on the 300 block of...
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Working Fire Norman Road

About 12:59 Hours Company 58, Engine 56 and Tower 34 were alerted to a working house fire on the 1400 block of Norman Road. Chief 58-9 Kramer was on location with a fire in the...
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The History of the Bon Air Fire Company

It was 1918; Woodrow Wilson was President, Sunday baseball was made legal, the United States’ First World War I victory was achieved in Belleau Wood, gas was 25 cents per gallon, the average family income was $1,518 per year and 22 concerned & civic minded individuals joined together to form the Bon Air Civic Association. Since they had no official meeting space, they met in various members’ homes and, as a part of their activities, they formed the Bon Air Fire Brigade. Each member of the Brigade was issued 2 buckets for purpose of controlling unfriendly fires. At the time, we were the only fire company on the southwest corner of the township.

5 years later (1923), the Association paid $1,000 for a community lot, at the present site on Royal Avenue, and the next year they built its first hall. Our first piece of motorized apparatus, a Ford, on which was mounted soda-acid tanks for firefighting, was housed in George Shadel’s workshop.

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Hall Rental

The Bon Air Fire Company also serves our community with our hall rental. The hall holds approximately 80 people comfortably. The rate is $500.00 for a 4-hour rental (this includes a $50 cleaning fee) and $50.00 per hour after 4 hours. We have 10 large round tables that can seat up to 8 people per table. We also have two 6 ft. tables and two 8 ft. tables. With the rental of the hall the price includes the use of one commercial refrigerator in the kitchen and the use of the gas stove. Our hall is also handicap accessible with a wheelchair elevator in the rear. Parking for events are in the rear of the firehouse. If interested, please call Kevin at 484-410-1529.