Come out and join the 

Barren Hill Fire Company 


Community Day

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We want to Thank You!

Come out and enjoy Inflatables, Games and Food. 

Stay for the the Movie at 8pm on Victory Field


     Ending the night with a

Fireworks Finale

Fireworks Sponsored By


Other Event Sponsors (click the name for more info)

KME Kovatch / The Hill at Whitemarsh / Highway Materials Inc /  Lafayette Auto Care / Slawek Orthodontics /

Lownes Funeral Home/ Adam & Emily Goldman / Univest Insurance / Green Valley Country Club /

The Lucky Dog Saloon & Grill / 911 Safety EquipmentFirehouse Grants / Howson & Howson /

Wells Fargo Advisors / State Farm- Lori Henry Insurance / Love My Doggy Day Care /

Masonic Village / Whitemarsh Country Club / Joe & Kelly Gallagher / WhiteCap Water Rescue Training /

Mid Atlantic Fire & RescueBruno’s Restaurant / Scottie’s Cleaners / Ye Old Ale House /

St. Philips Neri Church / Vino’s Pizza / Coupe FlowersFlanagan’s Barber Shop / Eyeglasses etc /

beMarketing / Tonelli’s / Party Magic inflatables / East West Label Co. / From The Boot /

Germantown Academy School / On Location Cinema / Woudsma Chiropractic / Holod’s True Value /

Mr. Nick Marzanno / Sague Bus Service




Barren Hill Fire Company Live-in Program

The Barren Hill Fire Company is accepting applications and resumes for candidates for its Live-In Program. Currently Four openings are available for this program and are available on a first come, first serve basis. An eligibility waiting list will be maintained once all four positions are filled.  Click here for details.

  • Approximately 500 calls for service annually
  • Covering approximately 12 square miles of Whitemarsh Township, Mutual Aid to Plymouth, Whitpain & Springfield Township, Conshohocken and Norristown Borough
  • Modern equipment
  • Engine 29 – 2014 KME Predator Severe Service Engine
  • Pipeline 29 – 1999 E-One Cyclone II Engine
  • Tower Ladder 29 – 1997 Sutphen Tower Ladder
  • Rescue 29 – 2000 E-One Cyclone II Heavy Rescue
  • Traffic 29 – 2008 Ford F-350 Pickup Truck