The Union Fire Association of Lower Merion would like to congratulate Lieutenant Arman J. Force, Deputy Chief David J. Staffieri, and Firefighter Jonathan Kaye on their recent achievement. These men...Read More
There are many volunteer positions within the Union Fire Association of Lower Merion (UFA). An emergency services organization such as UFA requires many dedicated volunteers to fill the positions needed to support its mission. Every position is crucial in supporting the organizations’ mission.
Stop by the firehouse any Monday night to sign up to be a volunteer.
Montgomery County | Station 28
Covering roughly 3 square miles of Lower Merion Township and over 4,000 Structures, the Union Fire Association (Montgomery County Station 28) provides fire and emergency services to the residents of the Bala Cynwyd and Merion sections of Lower Merion Township. In addition, Station 28 provides fire and life safety education to local preschools, kindergartens, grade schools, and local businesses.
As firefighters, we represent one of the most intuitively understood natural commitments, one of those natural laws. We protect perhaps the most significant of all the natural laws.
That in times of trouble there is someone you can call, even if you are all alone…and that when we come, you are no longer a stranger. You are no longer alone. Your problem is no longer just your problem – it’s our problem. We have sworn to help both victim and perpetrator without judgment and without hesitation.
At the beginning of the twentieth century the area now called Bala-Cynwyd and Merion was in the throes of the great building boom. City residents were making their permanent homes in this choice “Country” site.
By July 1903, they were able to report the following progress. Two reels of 500 feet of hose each and a hose carriage were purchased at a cost of $600. One reel was kept in the basement of the Bala Public School and the other at Cynwyd.
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