Recent Calls
Thu. Aug 22nd 2019
The Elizabeth Township Fire Department responded to a vehicle accident with entrapment on Nichols Hill Rd. Crews
worked for an extended period of time to extricate the operator. The
truck had to b...
Sat. Mar 2nd 2019
Crews are finishing up at a Structure Fire on Industry Road. Thanks to everyone for all the help.Blaine Hill VFC, Central Volunteer Fire Company of Elizabeth Township, Glassport Fire Department - Stat...
Mon. Feb 25th 2019
140 Truck operating at the scene of a commercial structure fire in Versailles Volunteer Fire Company district.
Fri. Feb 15th 2019
This morning we sent an Engine Crew to Rostraver Township for stand-by while they worked a Structure Fire.
Sat. Feb 2nd 2019
Today your Volunteers set up a Landing Zone at the Boston Ballfield for Southeast Regional EMS and STAT MedEvac

Welcome to our Official Website! The Elizabeth Township Fire Department is made up of two fire stations, in a collaborative effort, responsible for providing fire and rescue services to the Township of Elizabeth. We are located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 25 miles southeast of Downtown Pittsburgh with a current population of over 13,000 residents. Our Township is made up of approximately 22 square miles of commercial, residential, and rural areas. Our Company consists of over 100 trained, dedicated, and hardworking individuals answering approximately 400 calls for help annually. Our department provides first due coverage to the Greenock, Blythedale, Boston, Industry, Smithdale, and Victory areas as well as automatic aid to our 3 sister stations: Blaine Hill VFC, Central VFC, and Buena Vista VFC; mutual aid to the neighboring Boroughs of Elizabeth, Lincoln, Jefferson, Sutersville, Versailles, and Liberty, and The Townships of Forward, Sewickley, and Rostraver. We currently operate out of 2 stations consisting of 1 engine, 1 rescue-engine, 1 109' aerial ladder,1 mini pumper,, and 2 squads. We are 100% volunteer and are always looking for new members. We would like to thank our members for all of their hard work, the Township of Elizabeth for their continued support, and the residents for their generous donations. Please stop back soon and stay safe!




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