We are dedicated to the protection of the lives and property.

Aston Township Fire Department wants you

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

Come by the station at 2900 Dutton Mill Road on Thursday nights at or contact the fire house at (610)494-6771.  Ask to speak with a Line Officer or Board Member.

Phone: 610.494.6771
(For emergencies dial 911)

2900 Dutton Mill Rd.
Aston, PA 19014

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Mission

Aston Township Fire Department

The Aston Township Fire Department is a full service fire protection and emergency medical service public safety agency serving the citizens of Aston Township, Pennsylvania. We are dedicated to the protection of the lives and property of our residents and community, and strive to deliver excellence in our commitment to quick and efficient Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Service response and to disseminating public safety and fire prevention education.

  • January 1, 2015
    Chief Michael Evans placed the Aston Township Fire Department in-service at 0800 hours

Appreciation Dinner

The Department hosted the annual membership appreciation dinner at Barnaby’s. Thank you to the committee for putting everything together. A special Thank you to Lower...
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House Fire Trainer

Truck, Engine, Tac, Utility and Ambulance 17 operating in Trainer Borough on the Working House Fire with possible people trapped. Chief 68 has all hands...
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House fire Claymont

Truck 17 responded to Claymont Delaware as the RIT on this house fire.  Photo from Claymont and Talleyville social media sites 

Become a Member of the Aston Township Fire Department

Come by the station at 2900 Dutton Mill Road on Thursday nights at or contact the fire house at (610)494-6771. Ask to speak with a Line Officer or Board Member.
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Engine 17

The engine is equipped with a 6 man cab, a 1500gpm single stage Hale pump and 750 gallons of water.
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Tac 17

ac 17 is equipped with a 5 man cab, a 1000gpm Hale Pump and 500 gallons of water.
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Squad 17

Squad 17 is equipped with a 1500 GPM Rear Mounted Hale Pump with 500 gallons water tank
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Rescue 17

It is equipped with a 300 gallon water tank and 250gpm Hale Booster Pump.
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Green Ridge History

Legacy Green Ridge History

The Beginning

It’s not much of a story, just the history of the organization and the growth of the community fire company, but it speaks well for the people who live in the area homes, and especially for the would be firefighters who started the whole thing. This group of men, met in one of the basements in Green Ridge during April 1942. They felt an urgent need for some form of fire protection due to over 100 homes in this area, and plans for 250 more being considered.

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History of Aston-Beechwood Volunteer Fire Company

Legacy Aston Beechwood History

In 1682 Aston was settled as a municipality and was finally incorporated as a townsh ip in 1688. Edward Carter, who was the constable of the township, changed the name from Northley to Aston in remembrance of his old home in Oxfordshire, England.  In 1906, Aston became a first class township.

Along the West Branch of the Chester Creek there were many mills in the early part of the 19th century.

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EMS2111631711441981981811266
Fire71474463827555437