Welcome to the Trexlertown Fire Company’s website!

December 10, 2016 0

Thank you for stopping by our site. Good Will Fire Company #1 of Trexlertown, also known as Trexlertown Fire Company, has proudly served the residents of Trexlertown, Breinigsville and all of Upper Macungie Township since 1916. We are 100% staffed by volunteers who hold themselves to the highest of professional standards. We invite you to browse our site to learn more about our history, our members, the services we provide our community and the ways in which you can support us or volunteer and join us. There are many opportunities to serve that don’t involve running into a burning building. We are here to serve you, the residents of Upper Macungie Township, and we welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may have about our services, events we host, fire safety or even just to give a tour of our facilities and apparatus. Don’t hesitate to contact us, or feel free to stop in if you see us at the fire house. Thank you again for visiting our site, and stay safe.

Fred J. Gross Memorial Community Service Award

March 28, 2017 0

As part of celebrating our 100 years of service as an all-volunteer fire department, our members established the Fred J. Gross Memorial Community Service Award in 2016.  The award is named in the memory of Mr. Fred J. Gross, a past Fire Chief of our department, who assisted the local community in their time of need for over 45 dedicated years.  Past Fire Chief Gross was instrumental in not only recruiting new members to our company, but took the time to mentor our members, as well as assisting others in their time of need.  We wish to recognize a graduating high school senior who has freely given his/her own free time in assisting others through community service during the 2017 – 2018 school year. To be considered for this annual monetary award, a graduating high school senior who resides within our fire coverage area which consist of Upper Macungie Township and Lower Macungie Township must complete and return the attached application to the fire company no later than April 24, 2018. Fred J. Gross Memorial Community Service Award Application If you have any questions, please contact Fire Marshal Dennis McArdle at (610) 841-8238 or dmcardle@station25.org


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Runs Total

Year 2018
Jan – 45
Feb – 43
Mar – Current
Running Total (2017) – 88
Prior Year Total (2016) – 504