The Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department, offers the following tips to prepare for the extreme cold:Make certain that you have an emergency kit which includes enough food, water, medicine and other ...
Help support your local Volunteer Fire Department by purchasing a raffle ticket!The ticket is $10 and gives you TWO chances to win based off of the Pennsylvannia lottery on July 4th from the 7pm Daily...
The 2023 Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department Fund Drive is now underway. Letters will be mailed soon but if you'd like to donate now use the following link or scan the QR code! We appreciate your continued support!https://square.link/u/LhkzYg7D
The Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department, offers the following tips to prepare for the extreme cold:Make certain that you have an emergency kit which includes enough food, water, medicine and other supplies to last for at least 72 hours.
Help support your local Volunteer Fire Department by purchasing a raffle ticket!The ticket is $10 and gives you TWO chances to win based off of the Pennsylvannia lottery on July 4th from the 7pm Daily Number drawing.
The FHVFD has completed two thirds of a lighting upgrade to our station. The FHVFD received GRANT dollars and underwent a major transition from four and eight foot T-12, fluorescent lighting to LED lighting in and around the station.
The Forest Hills VFD is saddened to hear of Forest Hills Mayor Marty B. O’Malley's passing on Monday, Feb. 23. He was a devote member of the Forest Hills Community and will surely be missed. Our sympathy and prayers go out to his family and friends in this time of great sorrow.
The Forest Hills and North Braddock Fire Departments are inviting you to golf with us at the Monster on the Mon for our inaugural golf outing at Grandview Golf Club. The two departments are 100% volunteer and have been serving their communities proudly since the early 1900s.
Dear Neighbors,It is at this time the Forest Hills VFD asks our neighbors and businesses to support our fund drive. This crucial fundraiser is vital to our overall functionality. We are all coping with challenging economic times.
The year 2014 was another busy year for the department in the terms of emergency responses. In 2014 the department responded to 322 calls for assistance, these calls ranged from structure fires, rescue calls, vehicle accidents, alarm calls and a variety of service calls.
Shared here is a link for you to a recent NY Times article about the declining number of volunteers across the county as well as a paper that gives you a rough idea of what the Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department saves our community compared to a paid fire department.
Crews from the Forest Hills Fire Department responded with departments from Braddock, North Braddock, Braddock Hills, Edgewood, Swissvale and Rankin to multiple calls throughout Forest Hills and the neighboring area for Carbon Monoxide detectors going off.
The following is a Email being circulated by borough residents in advance of this weeks council meeting, though we aren't sure who wrote it we greatly appreciate it and hope you will take the time to read it.
Thank you for recognizing us Janet Wangler, Juniper Village. Letter to the editor/East: Forest Hills fire, police, ambulance service thankedJanuary 23, 2014 12:00 AMIn this new year, the staff and residents of Juniper Village at Forest Hills would like to express our utmost gratitude for the tireles...
~~Agenda ItemsEach and every month the Public Safety Chairman has a list on the public safety committee agenda. It was redundant for most of 2013 and was brought to everyone’s attention at committee meetings and at each council meeting.
In light of the recent events, numerous residents have approached the Forest Hills Volunteer Fire Department (FHVFD) and questioned whether or not they should pay their 2014 Fire Protection Service Fee.
----- At the Committee meetings last Thursday, January 9, 2014, Mr. Tomasic told an outright lie. He publicly said that at the two meetings with the FHVFD representatives it was never said that the FHVFD was NOT merging but in fact that we had said that YES we were going ahead with the merger.
We have reviewed the information distributed to residents either at last Monday's meeting or have been picked up at the borough building. We don't dispute that all of these documents are in fact correct as they relate to the FHVFD.
A big THANK YOU to all the residents that came out to support us tonight!!! As you could see from the meeting, we are all very passionate about this fire department. Don't forget that the next public meeting, where you should absolutely be able to speak is next Wednesday, January 15th.