Celebrating 50 Years of Volunteerism in 2017

The Upper Makefield Fire Company is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania non-profit corporation.  We’re an all-volunteer, unpaid group of men and women committed to making a difference in our community and helping neighbors in their time of need.  Our membership includes working parents, small business owners, tradesmen, professionals and retirees who range in age from teens to energetic seniors. 

Join Us

Become a Firefighter.  It’s a tough Job and immensely rewarding.  Learn more via our Frequently Asked Questions and by emailing volunteer@umfc.org.

Offer your time and energy to assist with important administrative functions. 

Donate

We can’t do what we do without the financial generosity of our residents. 
           or mail your check made payable to:
Upper Makefield Fire Company
Attn: Fund Drive
P.O. Box 125
Washington Crossing, Pa. 18977

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2018~2019 Fund Drive

Thank you for your support !!  

Santa Parade & Food Drive 2018

HERE COMES SANTA … On Sunday December 23rd  2018 … RAIN, SNOW, SLEET or SHINE … SANTA Will Be Touring A Majority Of Upper Makefield Township ..SANTA Will Begin His Tour At Approx 10:00am and Will Return To The Taylorsville Road Firehouse For Pictures...

2018 Fire Prevention Open House

NFPA announces theme for Fire Prevention Week, October 7-13, 2018: “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware – fire can happen anywhere.” The latest statistics from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) show that if you have a reported fire in your home,...

UMFC Training at Newtown Junior High School

On Sunday July 1st 2018 UMFC Firefighters participated in a training exercise with Newtown Fire Association Firefighters at the soon to be demolished Council Rock Junior High School in Newtown.  Firefighters normally train by simulating real life situations at the...

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This evening UMFC firefighters responded to the 900 block of Taylorsville Road for a two vehicle traffic accident. One patient needed to be extricated with non-life threatening injuries. ... See MoreSee Less

This evening UMFC firefighters responded to the 900 block of Taylorsville Road for a two vehicle traffic accident. One patient needed to be extricated with non-life threatening injuries.

 

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Saw it on the news. Glad no life-threatening injuries!! Looks horrific! Thanks to all first responders!!

Looks really bad. Glad there are not too bad.

Is that by Taylorsville & Mount Eyre? I hope everyone is okay. 🙏

Praying that everyone is ok

Wow. Awful. Prayers everyone is ok

Lori Scott Farina

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A BIG Thank You to the Kiwanis Club of Washington Crossing-Yardley on their generous monetary donation and donation to our annual food drive. #villagecomestogether ... See MoreSee Less

A BIG Thank You to the Kiwanis Club of Washington Crossing-Yardley on their generous monetary donation and donation to our annual food drive.  #villagecomestogether
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