Organization Phone: 814-268-4000 (For emergencies dial 911)


Neighbors helping neighbors, since 1904
As a member of the Brockway Volunteer Hose Company, you will be given the opportunity to give back to the wonderful community that we all call home. We accept new members with open arms and can assure you that you will not regret being a part of the 116 year brotherhood of volunteer firefighters in our community.

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Physical Address:
751 Taylor Way
Brockway State PA Zip 15824

Mailing Address:
PO Box 253
Brockway State PA Zip 15824

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Elk Box 7-01 MVA

08/13/22 17:32 – Station 1 was alerted alongside of Elk Company 7 for a multi motorcycle accident on Route 153. Elk Deputy 7 and Chief 1 both responded shortly after dispatch. Deputy 7 arrived and advised there were only minor injuries, Chief 1 arrived shortly after. Rescue 1 (AC Reed)...
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Box 1-A MVA

08/12/22 17:00 – Station 1 was alerted to a two vehicle accident on Main Street in the Borough of Brockway with possible injuries. Chief 1 went enroute shortly after dispatch, upon his arrival he found the two vehicles, one with heavy damage. Two patients were found, one with minor injuries....
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Box 1-S MVA

08/09/22 09:18 – Station 1 was alerted to a two vehicle MVA on Route 219 in the area of Morelli’s Auto Sales. Assistant 1 responded to the scene, Rescue 1 (Lt. Martinson) soon to follow. The crew of Rescue 1 mitigated leaking fluids and secured both vehicles. Box was placed...
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Elk Box 7-02 Possible Structure Fire

08/08/22 01:53- Station 1 and Clearfield 42 were alerted along side Elk Company 7 for a reported possible structure fire in the 7-02 box. Truck 1 (DC Trentini), Engine 1 (Chief Hoskavich), Tanker 1 (FF Knapp), and Fire Police all responded. While responding, Elk Chief 7 held the box to...
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Brockway Volunteer Hose Company History

Brockwayville was a small community nestled in the Little Toby Valley of Jefferson County, boasting a population near 1200 and growing was the scene of a meeting in the early 1900 of a group of young men interested in forming a Fire Company.

The only equipment for fighting fire available was a two wheel hose cart and 500 feet of hose, purchased by the borough in 1898.

Twenty seven young men met in Heiges Hall to form an organization to fight fire. The hose cart was housed in an addition to the main building that stood between the Railroad and Toby Creek on the south side of Main Street.

The members met on January 16th, 1904 and after the object of the meeting was stated proceeded to perfect an organization by the election of Harry Lindy as temporary chairman and Alex Adams as temporary secretary.

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