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Event for April 20th, 2013 :

The Washington Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary would like to invite you to their annual Flea Market. Anyone interested in selling items please register with Pat Kelly @ 610-828-3152 by April 14th. Each lot is $15 and is 8ftx4ft, all vendors must bring their own table and may enter the premises to set up at 6am. Doors open to the public at 8am – 2pm.


July 18th, 2012:

The Washington Fire Company No. 1 in Conshohocken, Pa., has expressed gratitude to ASTM International for its recent support. Donations made by ASTM International allowed the fire company to purchase five new water rescue safety suits, which include helmets, vests, boots, rope bags and gloves. These suits are essential to protecting responders during water rescues. According to Lieutenant Rob Dronitsky, extreme weather conditions over the past few years have led to an increase in water rescues, both in the borough and in neighboring municipalities. Based in West Conshohocken, ASTM International actively supports charitable causesin West Conshohocken, Conshohocken and the greater Montgomery County and Philadelphia areas, and has made several donations to Washies and other local fire companies over the years. Washington Fire Company Captain Mike Maxwell (center) is seen here wearing one of the new water rescue safety suits donated by ASTM, along with (from left to right) Firefighter Chris Savage; Bob Bendig, Director, General Services, ASTM; KenPearson, Senior Vice President, Operations, ASTM; and Lieutenant Rob Dronitsky.


January 07th, 2012:

The Washington Fire Co., with great honor, accepted a piece of the World Trade Center North Tower today from The Terry Farrell Firefighters Fund. Words can not express how honored we are to accept this. Thank you to all who attended today's ceremony and to the Conshohocken Fire Co. #2 and Plymouth Fire Co. for their donations. Squad 36 is currently enroute to Montevello, Alabama escorted by representatives from Washies to the Dry Valley Fire Department.

Pictures can be seen Here

December 10th, 2011:

Stations 35 and 36 escorted Santa around Conshohocken. Thanks to all that came out to greet Santa.


September 24th, 2011:

The Washies took home 1st Place at the PA Fireman's Convention in Lake Harmony PA for marching. Also the Washies took home 2nd Place for light rescue.

Pictures can be seen Here

August 22nd - 23rd, 2011:

36 and 35 units had a very busy weekend during hurricane Irene. Volunteers from both stations brought sleeping bags to sleep at their station during the storm. The hirer than normal call volume, created by the storm, throughout the day and well into the next morning sent out 35 and 36 crews all over town. There were countless water rescues, evacuations, fire alarms and pump outs due to the fast rising water. The river side of Washington Street was evacuated due to rising water and the utilities being shut off.


May 25th, 2011:

Stations 36, 35, 43, 29, 56 and Narberth Ambulance participated in a live burn training session at the MCFA.

Pictures can be seen Here

May 14th, 2011 @ 10:05PM:

35 and 36 units arrived on scene with heavy fire showing from the rear of a three story row home at 505 Spring Mill Ave. Command requested the second alarm struck. Numerous hand lines in service in the fire dwelling and the exposures. Ladder 36 opened the roof.

Click here for the video.

April 18th, 2011:

Washington Fire Co. regets the passing of Joe Costello Sr., Joe was a life member of George Clay Fire Co. and a long time supporter of Washies. Joe is the father of Joe " Pudgie" Costello Jr.(Asst. 36).


April 15th, 2011:

Washington Fire Company would like to thank ASTM International, of West Conshohocken for their generous donations which enabled the fire company to purchase a MSI Thermal Imaging Camera and two Motorola 800 Mhz radios. Pictured in the photo are from left to right Bob Bendig ASTM International Director of General Services, Fire Fighter Joe Daywalt, Captain Mike Maxwell, Deputy Fire Marshal Bob Zinni, Ken Pearson ASTM International Senior Vice President


March 20th, 2011:

Interested in purchasing a 1990 E-One Engine? Our contact information can be found here.

Click here for pictures of the apparatus.


March 12th, 2011:

Thanks to the fire police who helped out in the St. Patties day parade. Including Bridgeport, Enterprise of Hatboro, Harmonville Norristown, Norriton, Plymouth, Spring Mill, Swedeland, Swedesburg, and Willow Grove.

Click here for some pictures of those who help out.

February 15th, 2011 @ 5:10PM:

The Conshohocken Fire Department responded to a 1 vehicle accident with the vehicle on fire. Shortly after dispatch the Montgomery County EOC redispatched the department for a vehicle rescue, now reports of 1 subject trapped in the vehicle and on fire. Conshohocken PD arrived and knocked down the small fire. Conshohocken -5 arrived and advised Air 35 when they arrive on scene to stabilize the vehicle and with the assistance of Medic 313 went into a rescue operation. Engine 35-1 arrived and established a water supply and protected the operations in the event of additional fire. quad and Engine 36 assisted and handled the Helicopter landing zone.


November 16th, 2010 @ 8:32PM:

Asst. 35 arrived on scene with smoke showing from a two story building at 110 E. Hector St. Departments 35 and 36 ordered to perform exterior operations due to condition of the building. Second alarm struck. Fire was knocked and contained to the first floor.

Pictures can be seen Here

November 16th, 2010 @ 2:58PM:

Conshohocken-5 reported smoke showing from a vacant building at 401 Washington St. Departments 36 and 35 went in service with exterior attack due to the condition of the building. Fire was contained to a large trash fire in the building.


October 22nd, 2010:

Stations 36 & 35 participated in a live burn training session at the MCFA.

Pictures can be seen Here


October 7th, 2010:

Conshohocken Fire Prevention night was a great success Thank You to everyone who joined us for Fire Prevention. Always nice to see the big crowds come out and enjoy our Demo. Also thank you to all the surrounding fire companies who came to support us.

Pictures can be seen Here

October 12th, 2010:

Stations 36 & 35 had a car fire in the 700 block of Forrest St. Units made a quick knock and had the fire under control quickly. Great job to all.


September 25th, 2010:

The Washies took home 1st Place at the PA Fireman's Convention in Hanover PA for marching. Also the Washies took home 2nd Place for light rescue.

Pictures and videos can be seen Here

September 15th, 2010:

It is with deep sadness that the Washington Fire Company announces the passing of our oldest member, Rae Januzelli. Rae was a life member of the fire company and the Ladies Auxiliary. Rae was a dedicated member and gave her all to the company. She will be truly missed. Our sympthay to the Januzelli family in this time of grief.


August 12th, 2010:

Units arrived on scene with heavy smoke and fire showing from a two story M/O/R, placed all hands in service. One victim was removed from the dwelling and flown via Medevac to the a trauma center. Command reported fire had extended to the exposure dwelling. Evacuation orders sounded and deck guns were placed in service. Second alarm struck.

Pictures can be seen Here


May 19th, 2010:

Station 36 and 35 trained in vehicle rescue on March 19th at 7:00 PM. It was a successful learning experience for all the new members and a great refresher for the experienced members.

Pictures can be seen Here

May 9th, 2010:

Another successful car wash. Thanks to all that came by and supported the Washington Fire Company by receiving a car wash and purchasing baked goodies.


March 21st, 2010:

A Fire broke out at the car lot of Connors Used Auto Parts on Colwell ln at 5 p.m. Station 36 and 35 units on scene had the fire under control in within minutes of ariving on scene.

Pictures where courtesy of Tom Kelly and can be seen Here as well as our gallery Here


August 13th, 2008:

A multi-alarm fire raged for hours Wednesday night in the 200 block of Washington Street in Conshohocken.

We thank the 80 fire companies from 5 counties that helped extinguish the blaze.

The fire broke out at 4:53 p.m., at an unoccupied building at the Riverwalk at Millenium apartments. The fire spread rapidly and destroyed the building. The fire spread to two occupied buildings. It was finally called under control at 10:30 p.m, over five and a half hours later.

More Photos can be found here

The dedication video can be see here