Garland Volunteer Fire Department 

                The Garland Volunteer Fire Department was organized in 1955 to provide the citizens who lived within the Township of Pittsfield with a basic level of manual fire suppression capability. Today, although it is still a fire department, it exists to provide a variety of emergency management services primarily to the approximately 1200 people who live in the Township of Pittsfield and the 270 people who live in the Township of Deerfield.

The mission of the Garland Volunteer Fire Department is to provide a safe, professional and courteous team that strives to exceed our community’s expectations and within our organization. This requires our members to be part of a capable, aggressive,  all risk emergency service that focuses on
 “Preserving the Past and Protecting the Future” of those we serve.

Our volunteers spend countless hours training, maintaining the fire equipment, apparatus, and the station along with doing various fund raisers that helps prepare them to protect and serve our community in their time of need during an emergency.

Current Projects/Needs:

As we progress into 2024, we have been upgrading our equipment so that our firefighters and EMS personnel have the best equipment available to serve people in their time of need. The funds we raise from Warren Gives 2024 will assist us in our equipment upgrades.

Check out the link below: 

Garland VFD warren gives 2023
Contact: Ron Hodak
Phone: (814) 688-8729
Facebook:  Garland, PA. Volunteer Fire Department.