50 West Main St, Leola, PA 17540
We need dedicated Volunteers!


A group of dedicated community members working together towards a common goal striving for the greatest level of life and property protection.

The ULFC is an all-volunteer organization that provides fire suppression and emergency services for Upper Leacock Township. Interested in serving your community but not sure how. Contact us, We are always looking for individual’s to become Firefighter, Drivers, Fire Police, and/or social members. If being an emergency responder doesn’t interest you the social member assists with clerical work as well as community events and fund raising efforts. 

Mailing Address:
50 West Main St
Leola, PA 17540

The current Upper Leacock fire Company was started in 1988. The original fire companies for Upper Leacock Twp were Leola, Leacock, and Bareville fire. In 1988 Leola and Leacock companies came together and merged to become Upper Leacock Fire. This was the first merger of fire companies in Lancaster County. Upper Leacock Fire Company provides primary emergency support to 2/3 of Upper Leacock Twp. We are still 100% volunteer and are funded by numerous routes such as fund drives, donations, community sales, and township support. 



Inspiring member actions to be taken within a calculated and acceptable risk level to fulfill the mission of our organization


Commitment to an uncompromising behavior of high moral character, honesty, respect, and responsibility


Collaboratively work together to respectfully meet the needs of our local community


Altruistically forego personal endeavors for the betterment of our community


Upper Leacock Fire Company is dedicated to the preservation and protection of the lives, property, environment, and livelihood of the residents, businesses, and visitors of Upper Leacock Township and surrounding communities by striving to provide the highest quality of emergency services and public education.


Upper Leacock Fire Company will meet the needs of our dynamic and evolving community through the advancement of our volunteers, training, equipment, and technology to improve the quality of life and promote a safer, healthier community.

Hall Rental

We do not have rental facilities, please contact the War Memorial to arrange for hall rental.

Contact Bob Zook
with the War Memorial at

Rescue 61
2005 Pierce Enforcer

Serves as the special service unit. Handles any large scale rescue type calls for service.

Engine 61-1
2017 Pierce Engine

Primary unit for Fire suppression.

Squad 61-1
2020 Ford F550 with a rescue body.

Handles all Medical calls and is able to handle smaller scale calls for service that the larger Rescue isn’t needed for.

Squad 61-2
2023 Chevy Silverado 1500

This unit handles traffic control, residential flooding, and any other needs to serve the community.

Duty Officer
2023 Chevy Tahoe

Provides a mobile command post for incidents. Operated by Chief officers of the Company