Warren County Fire Department

Find Warren County Pennsylvania fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.


Bear Lake Volunteer Fire Department PO Box 29 Bear Lake PA 16402 814-664-4811


Cherry Grove Volunteer Fire Department 6045 Cherry Grove Road Clarendon PA 16313 814-968-3511

Clarendon Fire Department 17 North Main Street Clarendon PA 16313 814-723-4951

Garland Volunteer Fire Department Bailey Ln Garland PA 16416 814-563-7575

Glade Twp Fire Hall 14 Hohman Road Warren PA 16365 814-723-5271

Lander Volunteer Fire Department 4400 Miller Hill Road Russell PA 16345 814-757-4521

North Warren Ambulance 12 South State Street Warren PA 16365 814-723-2881

Pleasant Fire Station 539 Pleasant Drive Warren PA 16365 814-726-3230

Russell Volunteer Fire Department 111 Perrigo Lane Warren PA 16365 814-757-8211

Scandia Fire Hall 5950 Scandia Road Russell PA 16345 814-757-8091

Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department 318 South Main Street Sheffield PA 16347 814-968-5511

Starbrick Volunteer Fire Department 5 Firemans Street Warren PA 16365 814-726-0202

Tidioute Volunteer Fire Department 224 Main Street Tidioute PA 16351 814-484-3555

Warren Fire Department 314 West 3rd Avenue Warren PA 16365 814-723-2950

Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department 29 Fireman Drive Youngsville PA 16371 814-563-4455

Why does the Fire Department block lanes of traffic at an auto accident?

The Fire Department will often block one or more lanes at the scene of an auto accident to provide room for the fire personnel to respond to the emergency. The extra space helps to keep the fire personnel safe from other traffic hazards.

What should I do if I smell gas in my house?

You should evacuate your family and pets from the house. Call 911 from a safe location or a neighbor's house. Do not call 911 from inside your house. The use of a phone inside your home could ignite the gas.

What should I do when I see or hear an emergency vehicle coming towards me?

You should safely pull to the right side of the road. If you are unable to pull to the side, stop your vehicle and do not move until the emergency vehicle has passed you.