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2022 Response
Month Fire EMS
Jan 21 199
Feb 9 156
March 22 171
April 25 171
May 27 198
June 21 151
July 30 169
Aug 33 164
Sept 28 181
Oct 29 185
Total 245 1745  

2021 Responses
Month Fire EMS
Jan 26 139
Feb 20 124
Mar 26 151
Apr 23 155
May 18 142
Jun 27 161
Jul 21 153
Aug 31 171
Sep 44 187
Oct 32 173
Nov 33 181
Dec 26 182
Total 327 1919  

2020 Responses
Month Fire EMS
Jan 24 178
Feb 20 165
Mar 25 142
Apr 23 155
May 26 148
Jun 59 156
Jul 28 148
Aug 32 148
Sep 29 131
Oct 23 152
Nov 25 139
Dec 27 142
Total 341 1804

Past Responses
Year Fire EMS
2021 327 1919
2020 341 1804
2019 339 2302
2018 570 2358
2017 456 2503
2016 341 2483
2015 349 2653
2014 322 2721
2013 321 2613
2012 334 2587
2011 381 2593
2010 367 2425
2009 321 2478

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Visitors Today
Nov 29, 2022

Welcome to the Official Website of the Malvern Fire Company

Our fire company takes great pride in protecting and serving our community as well as continuing our rich history in the borough of Malvern. Feel free to stop by the Station anytime. We operate 4 pieces of Firefighting Apparatus and 4 pieces of Emergency Medical Apparatus. We are always looking for new volunteers and help from the community. Contact us today!

The firehouse is located at 424 East King Street in Malvern Borough. For emergencies, please dial 911. For all other communications we can be reached at 610-647-0693 or via e-mail at

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Fire Chief Jim Rapp, November 22

The NFPA says the dangers that exist when deep frying a turkey include:

Hot oil may splash or spill during the cooking. Contact between hot oil and skin could result in serious injury.
A hot oil spill can happen with fryers designed for outdoor use using a stand. The fryer could tip over or collapse causing the hot oil to spill. Newer countertop units using a solid base appear to reduce this risk. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Assist to East Whiteland

Fire Chief Jim Rapp, November 16

At 0403 hours on November 16th, the East Whiteland Fire Company was dispatched to the 2000 block of Charlestown Road in Charlestown Township for reports of a commercial building fire along with mutual aid. While en route, Engine 5 reported visible fire from a distance and requested the working fire dispatch, which brought PECO, the Chester County Fire Marshals, and additional fire apparatus to the ... (Full Story)

Picture courtesy of FF/EMT K. Cosentino
Picture courtesy of FF/EMT K. Cosentino

Hazmat Incident in Willistown

Watch desk , November 07

Today at 11:24 hours a Hazmat Incident was dispatched to the unit block of Long Lane in Willistown. Stations 4 (Malvern), 3 (Paoli) for two engines, and 15 (Hazmat Team) were sent. Crews from Malvern arrived to find a work truck that struck an underground propane tank. Malvern and Paoli Crews found an active leak and crews placed a line in service while checking the damage. It was determined that ... (Full Story & Photos)

Malvern Borough Monster Mash

Assistant Chief Kyle Vaughn, October 29

Today the Malvern Parks and Recreation group held its Halloween event in town. Engine 4 stood by and showed our truck off as well as giving out tattoos with the help of some cheerleaders. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Photo Courtesy of Paoli Fire
Photo Courtesy of Paoli Fire

Assist Paoli

Watch Desk , October 15

On Saturday, October 15 at 5:36 am, The Paoli Fire Company and mutual aid from Berwyn Fire Company, Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co., and Phoenixville Fire Department were alerted for a house fire on Welsh Valley Rd in Tredyffrin Township. Units operated and due to a well-advanced fire additional resources were requested by command, from Malvern Fire Company, East Whiteland Fire Company, West Whiteland ... (Full Story & Photos)


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