8500 Furey Rd, Upper Chichester, PA 19014 -2341
(610) 485-5881

Upper Chichester Township

Emergency Services

In case of Emergency, dial 9-1-1

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Fire Marshall

Craig Small
(610) 485-5881 ext. 226
(610) 842-8455
The Mission of the Upper Chichester Township Fire Marshal’s office is to preserve life and property from fire, explosion and other related hazards through fire prevention, safety education, code enforcement, and fire investigation. To protect the lives, property and environment of the people of Upper Chichester Township from the threat or occurrence of emergencies resulting from any natural or man-made disaster, including but not limited to flood, fire, hazardous material release, windstorms, hurricanes, terrorism, earthquake, tornadoes, drought, snow storms and ice storms. The preparation for carryting out all emergency functions shall be accomplished through the four phases of emergency management: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. Activities to meet this end include coordination, planning, training, drills, and exercises.
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Upper Chichester Police Department

This agency will actively seek a partnership with the community in order to provide prompt and professional service. The goal of this partnership is to improve the quality of life by protecting lives and property, enforcing laws, preventing crime, as well as resolving problems. This will be accomplished by stressing the police officers' role as an integral part of a community problem-solving network. This agency will proactively address citizen concerns by utilizing personnel and resources to promptly and fairly apprehend violators of the law, and to ensure that the rights guaranteed to all under the Constitution are protected.
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Upper Chichester Fire Departments

http://boothwynfirecompany.com/http://www.relianceucfd.com/Ogden Fire Facebook Page
Upper Chichester is served by three fire departments, the Boothwyn Fire Company, Reliance Hook & Ladder Company, and the Ogden Fire Company.

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