Goshen Fire Company has provided emergency services since 1950 to the residents of East Goshen and surrounding townships.

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Month Fire EMS FP
Total 238 1409 189
Previous Years
Year Fire EMS FP
2016 580 3583 481
2015 623 3600 518
2014 632 3645 522
2013 534 3200 490
2012 617 3442 554
2011 747 3468 555
2010 718 3139 671
2009 646 2982 631
2008 749 3162 750
2007 637 2949 630
2006 636 2701 624
2005 691 2496 638
2004 908 2336 592
2003 742 2318 679
2002 653 2231 571
2001 666 2098 627
2000 2152 625
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2017 Annual Subscription Fund Drive

Please do not delay in becoming a subscriber. Help us to continue to serve our community. 2017 subscriptions begin January 1st or upon receipt of subscription payment, whichever is later. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31st of every year.

Subscription letters are mailed on December 1st and reminders are mailed on February 15th. If you have not received a letter and would like to subscribe or donate, please send your name and address in an email to ambulancebilling@goshenfireco.org or call 610-524-6575.

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The Goshen Fire Company is looking for many new members to support our mission. We have many different types of membership that we are looking to fill for our community’s needs. If you are interested in becoming a member, please call us at 610-430-1554 ext 4 or you can email us at gfc@goshenfireco.org and speak to an officer or you can even stop by to ge... read more

May 21st Goshen’s Sunday Breakfast Buffet

The long wait for Goshen’s Sunday Breakfast Buffet is over. Opening the doors a week early, stop in this Sunday May 21st from 8 am to Noon for the area’s best ALL YOU CAN EAT breakfast buffet. Then after you eat your fill, roll on through the flower sale and pick out a plant for… View Article Read More...

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Tuesdays is “Safety Tuesday” during National Emergency Service week
Data examined from 4 year period found a total of 65 EMS fatalities.
EMS worker deaths resulted from highway incidents, mostly due to vehicle collisions, and additional incidents involved personnel being struck by vehicles.
So what can we do as civilian drivers on the road?
#1: Move over for emergency vehicles. The crew members in the ambulance are being called to help someone in need, or racing a patient to get emergency care.
#2: When you come upon any incident with emergency responders on the road move over and give them plenty of space. (Fire Police are great at getting you through the accident scene so let them help guide you!)
#3: When driving around an accident, keep your attention on the traffic in front of you.
Help watch the 6 of our emergency responders out there so they can go home safely to their loved ones. ... See MoreSee Less

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