Recent Calls
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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Fri. Jan 23rd 2015
Wood Working Shop Fire

On Friday Jan 23 around 0900 hours Station 61 was dispatched for a Commercial Building Fire. Deputy 31 arrived on scene ...

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News Headlines
Tue. Aug 4th 2015
Tuesday night training

Tonight members are training in stabilization and air bags tonight under the direction of Lt Jeremiah Martin 

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Thu. Apr 2nd 2015
2014 Annual Report

It is with great honor that the officers and members of Upper Leacock Fire Company release the company's 2014 annual repo...

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Sun. Mar 8th 2015
Acquired Structure Training

Over the past 2 months, ULFC members have taken advantage of an opportunity to gain some hands-on training offered to us by E...

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News Headlines
Tue. Aug 4th 2015
Tonight members are training in stabilization and air bags tonight under the direction of Lt Jeremiah Martin 
Thu. Apr 2nd 2015
It is with great honor that the officers and members of Upper Leacock Fire Company release the company's 2014 annual report.  Throughout the past year, members have made great strides to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our organization.  We are proud of the accomplishments ...
Sun. Mar 8th 2015
Over the past 2 months, ULFC members have taken advantage of an opportunity to gain some hands-on training offered to us by Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories.  The company graciously donated the use of a recent real estate purchase for training purposes.  ULFC members have been joined by sev...
Sat. Mar 7th 2015
As we prepare to "Spring Forward" into Daylight Savings Time this Sunday, March 8th, the volunteers of Upper Leacock Fire Company remind you to test your smoke/carbon monoxide detectors. Learn more about smoke detectors and the vital role they play in reducing fire related deaths and ...
Thu. Feb 26th 2015
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...
Recent Calls
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...
Thu. Jan 8th 2015
Volunteers from ULFC and multiple mutual aid agencies responded to a working kitchen fire Thursday afternoon.  First arriving crews found smoke showing from the rear of a 2nd floor apartment of 2 1/2-story garden-style apartment building.  Chief 29 (Stoltzfus) arrived and assumed...
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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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