Recent Calls
Sat. May 15th 2021
after 2am, the 1st alarm assignment was transmitted for reports of a
house on fire in the 600 Block of Industry Road. Units arrived to find a
dwelling well involved. Units remained on scene...
Tue. Apr 20th 2021
Just after 3am, #ETFD
units were alerted to the 1000 block of East Smithfield Street in the
Boston section of the township for reports of a garbage truck on fire.
Upon arrival, units found a lar...
Tue. Apr 13th 2021

Just after 10:30 last night, Rescue 4 and Rescue 7 assisted Versailles Volunteer Fire Company with a vehicle crash involving a utility pole on Walnut Street. Units cleared within the hour.
Thu. Mar 11th 2021
140 Engine 3 responded to Gratztown , Sewickley Township tonight for a fully involved trailer fire. Sutersville Engine 11 crew was first to arrive and deployed three hand lines and began fire suppres...
Fri. Jul 10th 2020
Currently 140 Engine is standing by at Central Volunteer Fire Company of Elizabeth Township while 140 Truck and 140 Rescue are assisting Central Volunteer Fire Company of Elizabeth Township and Buena ...

Welcome to the official website of the Elizabeth Township Fire Department!

 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 service annually. Our department provides first due coverage to the Blythedale, Boston, Central, Greenock, Industry, Smithdale, and Victory areas as well as automatic aid to our 2 sister stations: Blaine Hill VFC and Buena Vista VFC; mutual aid to the neighboring Boroughs of Elizabeth, Lincoln, Jefferson Hills, Sutersville, Versailles, and Liberty, and The Townships of Forward, Sewickley, and Rostraver.

We currently operate out of three stations: Station 3 in Blythedale, Station 4 in Greenock, and Station 7 in Central; consisting of 2 engines, a rescue-engine, a 109' aerial ladder, a heavy rescue, 2 mini pumpers,  3 Squads, and 2 all terrain vehicles. We are 100% volunteer and are always looking for new members.

We would like to thank all of our members for their hard work, the Township of Elizabeth for their continued support, and the residents for their generous donations and support. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the organization dedicated to serving you in your greatest time of need.

Please stop back soon and stay safe!

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