Station 10 – Good Intent

  The Good Intent Fire Company is located in the heart of Pottsville’s downtown business district. The first due coverage area includes a variety of businesses including banks, restaurants, bars, and the Yuengling Brewery. The Good Intent has been located in it’s current building since 1882.

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Station 20 – Phoenix

The Phoenix Fire Company is one of two station located on the City’s “East Side” of town. The station sits on Norwegian Street 1 block off of Route 61. The long and narrow building houses one of two tractor drawn aerials in the county. The building houses a social room in the basement, a weight …

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Station 30 – Humane

The new and current station has three apparatus bays in front, capable of housing up to 46′ long apparatus in one bay, and in a bind the 100′ tiller truck fits in by placing the apparatus at an angle across all three bays. The building also boasts a fine social room for meetings, receptions, etc., …

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Station 40 – Good Will

Station 40 is located in the North End of Pottsville on Nichols street. With this location they are the first due company on the Northern end of Route 61 as well as at the Fairlaine Village Mall Complex. Station 40 also provides mutual aid for East Norwegian Township and FAST services for the St. Clair …

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Station 50 – West End

The West End Hose Company is located at 1217 West Market St. This current site was purchased in December of 1891 and the building was constructed in 1897. The apparatus bay houses the Ladder and Squad with ample floor space, but limited height. E-One provided special engineering to lower the turntable so the Ladder truck …

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Station 60 – Yorkville

The original station was constructed in 1907 and once housed the company’s apparatus until the weight and size of these trucks became too much. This building features the company’s unique house siren, which was used during wartime as a civil air defense warning and can be heard throughout the entire town. The building also boasts …

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Station 70 – American

The Rough & Ready Fire Company was established on June 30, 1848. The company was originally housed on 3rd street near Mahantongo. The company name was changed to American Rough & Ready in 1851 and then to American Hose Company #2 on May 21, 1866. On March 29, 1869 the building on 3rd Street was …

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