Welcome to Garden City Fire Company
The Garden City Fire Co. No.1 incorporated in 1944, provides fire protection for Nether Providence Township, Rose Valley Borough and it’s surrounding communities. Our company along with our sister company South Media Fire Co. No.1 comprise the Nether Providence Township Fire Department of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
1 week ago
Congrats Jimmy Carey!!Senior Lacrosse Standout Named to 2019 USCAA National All-Academic Team
www.williamsonathletics.com/article/1080#.XSOoeY97nys ... See MoreSee Less
Cardio Drumming classes have been postponed until after the holidays. Class will resume Monday July 15th ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to thank everyone who came out to Rita’s in Media last night to support the Fire House. Also special thanks to the team at Rita's Italian Ice & Frozen Custard for allowing us to host our event at your facility. We hope everyone had fun and enjoyed their water ice. ... See MoreSee Less
Ladder 65 with a crew of 6, is currently covering the City of Chester while they operate on a HazMat incident with multiple sick people. ... See MoreSee Less
everyone come home safe
Township Companies along with the 6th District Duty Engine (Upland Fire Company) handled this 4 vehicle accident on Baltimore Pike at 476 last evening. Crews secured any hazards and assisted with patient care. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Just a reminder, Cardio Drumming is tonight at the station starting at 630. Come on up! ... See MoreSee Less
Last night for drill, we went over to the high school for orientation on the new engine and then a water supply drill. Several up and coming drivers were also able to get some good hands on training with the piece of apparatus they are currently training on. ... See MoreSee Less
This evening, the Ladder positioned on the 320 blue route overpass to honor over 200 Vietnam Veterans as they were returning home from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in D.C. Fire apparatus from all over the county positioned on several different overpasses along I95 and I476 to honor them. ... See MoreSee Less
Always making us residents proud 65!
I was just getting onto 476 as the bikers arrived so got to see them all go by.
We would like to congratulate FF Jimmy Carey on graduating from Williamson Trade School today. Jimmy has been at Williamson for the past 3 years studying Power Plant Technology. We wish you the best of luck!! ... See MoreSee Less
Last night for drill members went over various hose line deployments and different ways of maneuvering around obstacles around the station. ... See MoreSee Less
Around 1430 hours today, township companies along with Swarthmore Fire & Protective Assn. and EMS were dispatched to the intersection of Providence Rd and Waterford Way for an accident with reported entrapment. Engine 65 arrived to find a two vehicle head on collision with one vehicle off the roadway and one confined in that vehicle. Crews from 65 and 14 went to work stabilizing the vehicle while the crew from 51 prepared for door and “B” post removal. The Patient was extricated within 10 minutes. Assistant 65 had the Providence Rd command. ... See MoreSee Less
Scary! I hope everyone is ok. Good job, first responders. Not sure what happened in this case, but I stopped trying to make a left onto Providence Road from Waterford or Pleasant Hill shortly after I moved back here.
VERY dangerous intersection! Thank God we have the best first responders in any town!
Great job first responders!
Now I know why I couldn't get to my house around 3 p.m.
This morning just before 0900 hours, township companies along with Woodlyn Volunteer Fire Company Delco Station 67 were dispatched to I476 NB @ mile marker 2.2 for a vehicle fire. Squrt 67 arrived to find an engine compartment involved and placed a line inservice. Engine 65 arrived shortly after and assisted with extinguishment. The fire was quickly placed under control and held to the units on scene. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night township companies along with the the 6th district duty engine (Upland Fire Company), were dispatched to the 800 block of Putnam BLVD for a dumpster fire. Engine 65 and Squad 57 quickly extinguished the small fire and units cleared the scene. Photos courtesy of Station 57. ... See MoreSee Less
No shit I didn’t hear anything
A literal dumpster fire!