Recent Calls
Mon. Nov 23rd 2015
Close Call in Auto Service Center

Crews recently responded to a hazardous situation in an auto service center.  Upon arrival crews found a vehicle still o...

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Sat. Mar 7th 2015
Crews Respond to Crashes

With winter weather conditions affecting the area, ULFC volunteers responded to several motor vehicle accidents over the past...

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Sat. Mar 7th 2015
Vehicle Fire Response

Crews recently responded to the report of a vehicle fire in the area of 23 and Glenbrook Road.  Arriving units found the...

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News Headlines
Tue. Jan 17th 2017
We're Expecting...

A new engine that is! The arrival of a new Pierce Mfg. Enforcer PUC Engine will be deliver this Summer! We are grateful for o...

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Tue. Jan 17th 2017
Signs

Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs. But do you have a sign? If not please consider purchasing and installing one so t...

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Tue. Jan 17th 2017
HELP WANTED

We are always looking for volunteers for our department. If you are 14 or older please consider serving your community by vol...

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Welcome to Upper Leacock Fire Company

News Headlines
Tue. Jan 17th 2017
A new engine that is! The arrival of a new Pierce Mfg. Enforcer PUC Engine will be deliver this Summer! We are grateful for our communities support! We could not do it without you!
Tue. Jan 17th 2017
Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs. But do you have a sign? If not please consider purchasing and installing one so that we can find you in case of an emergency. It can be very difficult in darkness and bad weather to locate a property, reflective signs easily visible from the roadway make i...
Tue. Jan 17th 2017
We are always looking for volunteers for our department. If you are 14 or older please consider serving your community by volunteering. Prior experience is not needed. We will provide and pay for all training needed. We are looking for all types of members, firefighters, fire police, administration ...
Mon. Jan 12th 2015
As old man winter took a frigid grip on the area this past week, the volunteers of ULFC found themselves responding to two very serious carbon monoxide incidents. While both incidents required emergency medical attention and transport, thankfully these incidents did not result in tragic outcomes. Bo...
Sat. Dec 13th 2014
Members have been working hard over the last few months to come up with a mission statement, vision statement and core values of our volunteer department. Here is the approved version of it. Special thanks to Deputy Gehman and Chaplain Fannin for the hard work they put into this. Values: C...
Recent Calls
Mon. Nov 23rd 2015
Crews recently responded to a hazardous situation in an auto service center.  Upon arrival crews found a vehicle still on a lift that catastrophically failed during operation.  Thankfully, the lift operator was not hurt but was left with an unsafe condition as the vehicle shifted during th...
Sat. Mar 7th 2015
With winter weather conditions affecting the area, ULFC volunteers responded to several motor vehicle accidents over the past week.  While most were relatively minor in nature, one crash required rescue crews to perform a side removal to extricate the patient. 
Sat. Mar 7th 2015
Crews recently responded to the report of a vehicle fire in the area of 23 and Glenbrook Road.  Arriving units found the fire was primarily extinguished by the vehicle owner, who had an extinguisher with him.  Engine 61-1's crew arrived and overhauled the vehicle extinguishing a small ...
Fri. Jan 23rd 2015
On Friday Jan 23 around 0900 hours Station 61 was dispatched for a Commercial Building Fire. Deputy 31 arrived on scene and reported smoke showing and assumed Command. Command reported a fire in the dust collection system. Engine 61-1 arrived on scene and layed approximately 1300 of LDH &n...
Thu. Jan 8th 2015
While Rescue 61 and Chief 61 were picking up from mitigating a carbon monoxide incident, ULFC volunteers along with volunteers from Witmer and Bareville Fire Companies were notified of a water flow automatic fire alarm at Skyline Manufactured Housing.  Deputy 62 (K...
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Upper Leacock Fire Company
50 West Main St
Leola, PA 17540
Non-Emergency: 717-656-9881
Emergency: 911
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