April 12, 2016:


 On March 30th, the Logan Fire Company helped Bellefonte Elementary reveal the total number of books the entire school read during Read

 Across America Week.


 The Logan Fire Company also presented two books to the school in memory of Kathleen Biancuzzo. These book where donated by the

 Logan Fire Company with memorial donations received in honor of Kathleen Biancuzzo. Kathleen is the mother of Logan member and Third

 Grade teacher Michele Litten
















 February 10, 2016:


 It is getting to be that time of the year again. Yes, it will soon be Bar-B-Que Season. We are going to let you in on our secret..... the dates for

 our famous Chicken Bar-B-Ques. See dates below. Chicken dinners are only $8 and halves are $6. For more information click here.


 March 5, 2016

 April 2, 2016

 June 4, 2016

 August 6, 2016

 September 3, 2016

 April 4, 2016:


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100% Volunteer Firefighters/EMTs

Members of the Logan Fire Company No. 1  receive some form of training, either in a formal or informal setting. The level and type of basic and specialty training varies. There are training programs equal to that of paid fire departments.

Being a member of the Logan Fire Company No. 1  can be a very rewarding and valuable way to serve our Bellefonte Community. It takes dedication and hours of training to become a Firefighter/EMT.

If you are willing to put in the time and effort, the Logans are ready for you.

Basic steps to becoming a Logan Volunteer Firefighter/EMT:

-  Make sure you're ready to commit

-  Contact the Logan Fire Station

-  A membership application will need to be filled out

-  Background and screening process will be completed

-  Inform the Logan membership what your desires are.  Being a Firefighter, EMT, First Responder, Fire Police, Administrator, there are many areas where individuals can serve 

  • 69% of firefighters in the U.S. are volunteers
  • Volunteer time for training, public education, fundraising, and other non-emergency related activities
  • Financially supported by taxes, as well as corporate and other private donations, and federal grants
  • First Responders, Emergency Medical Technicians, Hazardous Materials

Our Mission

Mission Statement:  The Company's objective shall be the prevention of fires and protection of lives and property of the citizens of the Bellefonte fire protection area and mutual aid areas when called upon.

Logan Fire Company No. 1  is a 100% volunteer fire company composed of volunteers who perform fire suppression and other related emergency services for the Bellefonte Borough and surrounding Spring, Benner, and Marion Townships.

Services

The Logan Fire Company No. 1  had been organized and re-organized, all within the first four years of its initial existence, 1868 to 1872. Through the years, it had been known variously as the Logan Steam Fire Company, Logan Hose No. 1, Logan Hose Company Bellefonte Fire Company,Logan Fire Company of Bellefonte, and what is now the Logan Fire Company No. 1.

Our History

 April 1, 2016:


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Latest News:

 April 18, 2016:


 44th Annual Logan Fire Co. No. 1 parade

 July 2nd starting at 5 p.m.

 Registration starts at 2 p.m. at the station.

 Parade will start at Bellefonte High School and Burger King and proceed downtown on Bishop St., turning right onto Allegheny St to the

 diamond and turning left at the diamond onto High Street finishing at Talleyrand Park.

 Awards, food, and music will be following parade.