Month Calls
Jan 21
Feb 40
Mar 20
Apr 37
May 24
Jun 26
Jul 35
Aug 28
Sep 25
Oct -
Nov -
Dec -
2015 TOTAL 256
2014 TOTAL 326
2013 TOTAL 306
2012 TOTAL 277
2011 TOTAL 331
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Station 27

2 N. Main Street | PO Box 315
Sellersville, Bucks County, PA 18960

Business: 215.257.4028 | Emergencies: 911


Department Awarded SAFER Grant

The Department has been recently informed that we have been selected to receive a grant from The Federal Emergency Management Agency, a $346,000 grant for recruitment and retention efforts over the next four years.


 The grant is intended to help us retain our current volunteers as well as bring in new ones. With that being said, we are always looking for more volunteers to join our team. You can apply right here on our website or stop by the station on any Tuesday at 7pm to pick up an application.


For a full interview done by Battalion Chief Tom Louden, head on over to the Perkase Herald and the Bucks County Herald




Sunday Bingo


Box 26005

Tower’s crew operated as the first arriving truck on Box 26-005 in Perkasie Borough. Crews encountered heavy smoke and fire when they arrived and eventually the 2nd alarm was requested. The Tower’s crew split assisting in ventilating and fire suppression.



Tower Assist in Perkasie

At 1135 hours, Tactical Box 26-08 was transmitted for the working dwelling fire. Callers were reporting smoke and flames from a house in the 300 block of s 4th Street in Perkasie Borough. Rescue 26 arrived on scene first and had fire showing from the C/D corner. The Tower arrived and went in service with throwing ground ladders and ventilating the dwelling. Units availabe within 2 hours.




Wagon Goes to Perkasie

At 1308 hours, Station 26 was dispatched to a reported truck fire in the 100 block of south 5th Street. Police arrived to find a porta potty truck with fire from the engine compartment. The Wagon arrived and pulled the 200’ bumper line as Rescue 26 made the knock. No extension was made to the waste storage tank.


Engine Travels to the West Band

Saturday night, Engine 27-1 traveled to the Southampton Fire Company to cover while their members enjoyed their banquet. Shortly after arriving, the crew handled an alarm at Hampton Crossing and then a reported auto extrication on the PA Turnpike. The alarm was set off due to a malfunction and the run on the Turnpike was in Montgomery County Stations 10’s (Willow Grove) area.


Southbound Accident

Before Engine 27-1 headed to the Southampton Fire Company to cover during their banquet, Rescue Box 27-78 was dispatched for a reported auto extrication in the Southbound lanes of the 309 bypass. BCR received numerous phone calls reporting that 2 vehicles were dragging racing and that one of them rolled over with people trapped inside.  Chief 27 went on scene and found there was no extrication, and held to assignment to Station 27 apparatus and Rescue 26 to control the hazards.


Brush fire Assist

Earlier, the Chief, Field, and both Engines were called to assist Station 75, The Telford Fire Company, on a brush fire shorlty after 1700. Deputy 75 had approxmiately a 100x100 area off of Clymer Road in West Rockhill Township that was actively burning.