The Fairview Fire & Rescue has been proudly serving Fairview Township, Erie County, PA since it was founded in 1933. Since 1933 the fire department has seen a lot of changes, but one thing remains the same, and that is providing fire, rescue, ambulance, and fire police services to the township, and surrounding agencies.
The department started in 1933 with the citizens of Fairview purchasing a Chevy pickup truck, that was converted into our first pumper and utilizing a barn on pig alley before building a station on Route 20, in 1940 which is currently the Tri-Boro Senior Center. We currently operate out of two stations, our main station (Station 52) located at 7190 West Ridge Road, next to Doctor Turners office. This station houses our BLS ambulance which is staffed by an EMT Sunday’s starting at 11pm through the week until Friday’s at 11pm, brush unit, our first due engine and a state certified rescue company. Our secondary location is Station 53, located at 7040 West Lake Road, houses our second due engine company and West County Paramedics staff an ALS ambulance from this location 24/7/365.