2017 Runs Per Month

January

33
February

24

March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November

December

Total

57

2016 Runs
Total 595
2015 Runs
Total 682
2014 Runs
Total 681
2013 Runs
Total 586
2012 Runs
Total 608
Last Run
Date 02/24/17
Time 08:54:35
Dispatch Type
CONTROLLED BURNING

Latest News and Incidents




2017 Swearing In Ceremony  
Municipality: Mount Joy Borough
Date: Thu, Jan 12, 2017 19:00
Address: FDMJ
Details:

Tonight FDMJ's 2017 Fire and Administrative Officers were sworn in by Mount Joy Mayor Tim Bradley.

FIRE
Chief: Phil Colvin
Deputy Chief: Mason Brandt
Assistant Chief 1: Jason Stiltner
Assistant Chief 2: Andrew Wittle
Assistant Chief 3: Tristan "TJ" Broome
Captain: Barry Leber
Lieutenant 1: Ben Smith
Lieutenant 2: Bob Purcell
Lieutenant 3: William "Bubba" Smith
Chief Engineer: Zach Dennis

FIRE POLICE
Captain: James Shelton
Lieutenant: Curtis Herneisen

ADMINISTRATIVE
President (2 year term): Bob Purcell
Vice President: Zach Dennis
Secretary: Lisa Breneman
Treasurer: Michele Bard
Trustee (3 year term): Bob Lutz
Chaplain: Jim Carr

RELIEF ASSOC (2 Year Term)
President: Mason Brandt
Vice President: Matt Kratz
Secretary: Lisa Breneman
Treasurer: Curtis Herneisen


Fireplace Safety Tip
Municipality: Mount Joy Borough
Date: Wed, Dec 21, 2016 08:44
Address: Mount Joy
Details:

As pretty as a perfectly decorated fireplace mantel and hearth may look over the holidays, keep in mind that you are adding combustible materials to a heat source. A rule of thumb is to have 2-3 feet of clearance. Remember that heat rises, so hanging those stocking or garland on the mantel puts them in harm's way. In addition to the radiant heat, fireplaces may throw sparks or hot ashes. So keep that hearth and mantel clean and free from clutter. Wishing you a safe holiday season!


Fire Safety Tip
Municipality: Mount Joy Borough
Date: Fri, Dec 09, 2016 12:55
Address: Mount Joy
Details:

Be cautious when using power strips in your home. Too many times it's easy to overload a power strip which will cause a fire. A typical household 6-outlet power strip has a max load of 15 amps. Did you know that a space heater draws 12.5 amps alone! Plugging that into a power strip will max out the circuit quickly, and is NOT recommended by the manufacturer. Take a few minutes to read the manufacturer's guidelines when utilizing these types of products. Never plug a power strip into an extension cord. Be safe over this holiday season!


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