Muncy Township Volunteer Fire Company proudly protects 1600 people living in an area of 32 square miles. We operate out of 1 station that protects a primarily rural area. Our department is a public department whose members are on a volunteer status.
The official name of Muncy Township Volunteer Fire Company was registered with the state department on May 19, 1949. During the first year the company purchased its first truck, a 1941 Hollabird Truck that had been used by the United States Army as a Foamite Fire Fighting truck at air fields during World War 11.
AKA,Pennsdale Fire Department, Station 23. We are located one quarter mile North of Junction I-180 and Route 220 in the Village of Pennsdale, Lycoming County. We proudly serve Muncy Township. We provide Fire, Ems, Haz-Mat, Search/Rescue and Extrication Services.
The monument in front of the statiion was spearheaded by Robert Miller who volunteered to oversee the planning and design of the monument. Bob was a long time member of this company who served with pride and respect for this community.
261 Village Road ~ Pennsdale ~ PA