The Lake Harmony Fire Company is an all volunteer company located in a resort community in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We protect 69 square miles of Kidder Township in conjunction with the Albrightsville Fire Company. Our township includes many hotels, motels, lakes, a school, Hickory Run State Park, Jack Frost & Big Boulder Ski Areas, Interstate 80, and Interstate 476. We are located at 257 Lake Harmony Road, Lake Harmony, PA 18624. Our phone number is (570) 722-8138 - FAX 570-722-8135. Our mailing address is PO BOX 554, Lake Harmony, PA 18624.
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You can help us find you easier by ordering and installing your new Kidder Township Approved house address sign. Just click the large order form image - then click the small PDF icon at the bottom left corner of the page to download the order form. Orders will be filled as fast as possible and can be picked up at the Kidder Township Building during normal business hours, or at the firehouse by appointment. Any questions, call Chief Ralph Lennon at (570) 722-8138 ext. 1
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Lake Harmony Fire Company was dispatched around 8:30 AM to assist Monroe County Station 41 on a confirmed structure fire at the Blakeslee Inn on route 940. Ladder 17 arrived on scene with Tobyhanna's Ladder truck who took side "A", while Ladder 17 was instructed to take side "C". Ladder 17 laddered the roof and began to ventilate the rear area of the roof near the bulk of the fire. Shortly after that, they were ordered to begin ladder pipe operations. The ladder was supplied by a 5" line from station 41's engine, who was drafting from two porta tanks, as well as a second 5" line from West End of Broadheadsville. The ladder had the ladder pipe in service as well as the blitz fire gun and two hand lines. Tanker 17 hauled over a dozen loads of water during the heat of the fire. One firefighter from Lake Harmony was transported to the hospital for an eye injury, and was released within several hours. Thanks go out to the Weathery Fire Company for standing by in our station all day.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Lake Harmony and Albrightsville Fire Companies Fire police were dispatched to a disabled tractor trailer on Route 903 near Lake Harmony Road Saturday afternoon. Rescue 17 along with 1611 and Lake Harmony Fire Police responded to assist in traffic control. Units were on scene for 1 1/2 hours.
Friday, January 1, 2016
The Lake Harmony Fire Company responds to 371 calls in 2015, shattering the previous record of 313 in 2004 when the ice storm hit Lake Harmony.
Saturday, December 26, 2015
Albrightsville and Lake Harmony Fire Companies along with White Haven EMS were dispatched to a reported vehicle fire on the PA Turnpike at the 92.3 South Bound mile marker. Engine 17 arrived with a fully involved SUV on the shoulder of the roadway. Two lines were pulled from the engine, while the Tanker set up a 3" supply line to feed the Engine. Albrightsville's Tanker took care of two brush fires down the embankment, while their engine pulled their foam line to help contain the fire from the fuel tank which had it's top burned off and the magnesium that was burning around the steering wheel column. Units were on scene for over an hour.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Tanker 17 was dispatched to respond with Monroe County Station 41 on a working dwelling fire. The majority of the structure was consumed by the fire upon arrival. Tanker 17 supplied Ladder 41. Tanker 17 was on scene for under 2 hours.
Saturday, December 19, 2015
Stations 17 & 16 along with Lake Harmony Ambulance were dispatched to an automatic fire alarm at the Town Center Hotel at the Resort at Split Rock. Upon arrival, crews were informed of a smoke condition on the third floor caused by a culinary mishap. Ladder 17 deployed a positive pressure fan in the "A" fire tower and an electric fan on the third floor. Rescue 17 then set up two additional electric fans on the third floor. The ambulance crew was sent to the main lobby to treat several children who were exposed to the smoke. Albrightsville was ordered to place their fan in the "A" fire tower along with Ladder 17's fan. Units were on scene for just under an hour.
Sunday, December 13, 2015
Stations 17 & 16 and LHA were dispatched to a tractor trailer fire on Interstate 80 at the 279.2 Westbound Mile Marker early Sunday morning. Tanker 17 arrived with a fire in the cab brakes, tires and battery box. Two lines were put in service to extinguish the fire. This was the first of 8 calls for the day.
Saturday, December 12, 2015
Fire Districts 17 & 16 along with the ambulance and Kidder PD were dispatched to a lost hunter who became disoriented in the area of the Francis Walter Dam. A command post was established along the pipeline at Route 940. Lake Harmony's ATV was sent along the pipeline to try and locate the hunter who had made cell phone communication with Carbon County Communications and stated he was on the pipeline trail at the Lehigh River. After about a 4 mile trek along the trail he was found and returned to his vehicle unharmed.
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