Month Calls
Jan 24
Feb 19
Mar 30
Apr 24
May 27
Jun 35
Jul -
Aug -
Sep -
Oct -
Nov -
Dec -
2017 TOTAL 159
2016 TOTAL 331
2015 TOTAL 343
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



At 1352 hours, Engine 27-1 was dispatched with the Medic for a 2 vehicle accident on Behtlehem Pike in West Rockhill Township. Chief 27 arrived and found that the passenger of one of the vehicles was trapped and required extrication. Rescue 18 was added to the assignment, while the Engine and Wagon’s crews made quick work of a door removal. 




At 2224 hours, Medic 151 and Engine 27-1 were dispatched to Diamond Street and Glenwood Drive in Hilltown Township for a 1 vehicle accident. Assistant 27 arrived first to find 1 over turned vehicle with the drive self extricated. Engine 27-1 and Engine 27 responded simultaneously and when the arrived, secured the hazards on the vehicle, as well as assisted the Medic with patient care. 



Southbound Route 309 Accident

Just before rush hour this morning, Engine 27-1 was dispatched with Engine 58 for a reported tractor trailer truck accident on the Southbound side of the 309 bypass, in the area of Ridge Road in Company 58’s coverage area. Chief 27 arrived first to find a tandem tractor trailer with 1 of the trailers overturned below Lawn Avenue in the 27-73 Box. Engine 27-1, Utility 27, and Engine 58 worked to secure the hazards, and awaited the heavy wrecker to upright the trailer. Fire Police remained on scene for extended period of time to keep the bypass closed.



"New" Command Vehicles

Recently, the Department purchased 2 used Chevy Tahoe command vehicles from the Morrisville Fire Company, Station 98. After radio installations and new graphics, Command 1 and Command 2 have been put into service and are responding to emergencies the SFD is dispatched to.

Command 3, the red Tahoe previously driven by Chief 27, will also have new graphic work done and will be operated by the Assistant Chief.



Sellersville Beverage Golf Outing

Sellersville Beverage is sponsoring a Golf Outing to benefit the SFD. They are still looking for Sponsors and Golfers!




The Sellersville Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary would like to thank the following local and surrounding businesses for donating money or raffle prizes for our 11th Annual Spring Basket Bingo that was held on April 17th.


A big thank you also goes out to our over 200 players.  We sold out for the 8th consecutive year!


Our players and sponsors were able to make our spring bingo a success again this year.


Thank you from all of the members of the Sellersville Fire Department Ladies’ Auxiliary for your continued support. 

Our next basket bingo will be on Sunday, December 4th, 2016.  We hope to see you at our first annual WINTER basket bingo!  Tickets available now at or 215-257-4028 EXT 58.


Firefighter I Graduates

On Tuesday, May 17, ten members of the Sellersville Fire Department received their National Firefighter 1 Certification at a graduation ceremony held at the Bucks County Community College’s main campus in Newtown, PA.

These certificates are only awarded after successful completion of a grueling 5 month, 200 hour, program consisting of both academic and “hands on” training. The curriculum covered topics as various as hazardous materials, ropes & ladders, structural burn, and general fire ground operations.

The first picture shows the ten proud graduates. The second picture shows the graduates along with some of the officers and members of the department who attended in full dress uniform to honor, and show appreciation for the efforts of these fine young men.

We salute their outstanding efforts and dedication to serve our local community.





Early this morning, Sellersville Volunteers and mutual aid Departments were alerted to Main Street and Green Street in the Borough for a reported apartment fire. Chief 27 arrived to have fire showing from the C/D corner of the house and everyone reported to be out. Engine 27-1 arrived and stretched a line to extinguish a bulk of the fire. Due to the deck being compromised and the house being balloon construction, a secondary hand line was stretched from side A to be able to access the interior and extinguish the remaining fire.

Great job to all units working to keep the fire in check.

Units on scene: Engine 27-1, Tower 27, Tower 26, Rescue 26, Engine 59-1, Squirt 18, Engine 58 for RIT, as well as Medic 151, Montgomery Engine 75, Air 75, and Squad 72.