Fire Services

Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Department LogoTraining Sessions

To schedule a fire prevention, safety awareness, or fire extinguisher training session for your home/business, call Phil Macmillan at 724-935-3090. Phil is also the Township’s 911 Coordinator.

Invite us to parties & events

We will send a fire truck and firefighters. We love coming to children's parties, birthdays, neighborhood block parties, or company events. Our Fire Safety House (FiSH) is available for larger groups (generally elementary school age). Perfect for school classes, youth organizations like Scouts, and community events. Our mobile FiSH has a living room, kitchen, and bedroom which allows children to be immersed in an interactive, fire safety experience.

-Please give us at least 21 days notice

-Booking will depend on availability of volunteer staff

-Event must be located in Marshall Township

-No fees are charges, but donations are welcome

To arrange: call 724-935-1230 or e-mail community.relations@marshallvfd.org.

Fire Alarm System Registration

Marshall has an ordinance that requires all alarm systems to be registered. Registration forms are available at the Township Municipal Building or you may print the Alarm Registration Form (PDF), complete it and mail it to Phil Macmillan.

Your questions or comments may be directed to Phil Macmillan by email or by calling 724-935-3090 during business hours. You may also visit the Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Department's website.

Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Company

For emergencies, dial 911.

Your home and property are serviced through the dedicated services of the Marshall Township Volunteer Fire Company. The fire hall is located at 270 Northgate Drive in Warrendale with a substation at 465 Knob Road.

The fire company participates in a “mutual aid” program along with companies from Wexford, Cranberry, and Bradford Woods to further ensure adequate response throughout the Township.

Staffing

The company is manned by approximately 25 active volunteer members who contribute countless hours of service and training. In addition to fire protection, the volunteers provide residents with disaster assistance services and rescue equipment.

Emergency Management is overseen by Phillip Macmillan, director of the Township’s Office of Emergency Management. If you are interested in becoming a fire company volunteer, call 724-935-1230 or stop in at the Northgate Drive fire station on a Tuesday evening when the firemen have their training sessions.