Please Pay Attention!

PLEASE BE CAREFUL WHEN ENTERING AN EMERGENCY SCENE. This means Slow Down, Move Over, Be Aware Of Changing Traffic Patterns, Look Out For Road Debris and Traffic Control Devices and Emergency Personnel. YOU CANNOT DO THIS WHILE YOU ARE ON […]

The Calls Just Keep Coming!

Today 183 Station responded to three calls. Early this morning Engine 2 along with LVHN EMS Medic 11 were dispatched to North 4th Street/East Broad Street for a motor vehicle accident. Crews arrived and found both vehicles with moderate damage […]

Mulch Fire!

This afternoon 183 Station was dispatched to the area of Arby’s on Susquehanna Blvd. in West Hazleton for a reported mulch fire. Engine 2 and Car 1 responded and arrived to find a small fire in the center median. Crews […]

Supporting Our Military!

West Hazleton Fire Department and Hazleton Fire Department teamed up on the evening of May 16th to make sure that despite the current state of affairs regarding COVID-19 that we emphasize the one thing that can never ever be forgotten. […]

Grilling Mishap!

Last evening around 6:17pm Luzerne County Communications Center dispatched 183 Station and Medic 11 to 617 Allen Street for a reported residential structure fire. Engine 2, Truck 1, and 183 Car all hit the street immediately after dispatch and were […]

What a Year!

WHFD just finished 2019 with 278 calls for assistance. Our membership is proud to have been able to serve the citizens throughout the past year and look forward to continuing to be there during your time of need.

Welcome Chief!

At the July 25th meeting of the West Hazleton Fire Department, Richard Sparks was appointed Chief of the West Hazleton Fire Department. Chief Sparks comes with over 40 years of experience in both urban and wildland firefighting. Previously Chief Sparks […]

Getting a Facelift!!!

Please come back often as we are setting up our new website. Until we’ve picked up all the nails and swept up all the sawdust, be sure to visit us on our Facebook Page by searching for West Hazleton Fire […]

Weekend Work Detail

This past weekend (July 14-15th) members tested and cleaned hose from the station. While a very time and labor intensive task, it shows the dedication our members have towards maintaining our equipment and maximizing the value of the equipment purchased. […]