Welcome to the official website of the
Hanover Township Fire Department
Luzerne County , Pennsylvania
Hanover Township Fire Headquarters
is CLOSED to public access
Due to sharp increases in infections and spread of COVID-19, effective immediately the Hanover Township Fire Headquarters is closed for public access. Fire Headquarters will remain staffed by on duty personnel 24/7 for servicing all of the publics emergency needs.
If there is a necessary or compelling need to speak with a member of our staff, it can be arranged by calling Fire Department Headquarters at 570-371-3888 and selecting Option # 2 on the voice prompt On Duty Personnel, or Option # 3 for the Fire Chief.
The HTFD is starting off 2021 on a high note. With assistance from Hanover Township Manager Sam Guesto and the Hanover Township Board of Commissioners we are proud to announce the acquisition of a new Fire Command/Duty Officer response vehicle. A new 2020 Dodge Ram 1500 Classic SSV is bein...
After the hiring process was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things are finally starting to get back to normal and on track. This past week the Hanover Township Board of Commissioners have voted to appoint current Department Fire Lieutenant Tyler Gavlick as the newest Full Time Firefighter with...
The Hanover Township Fire Department would like to extend a special thank you to Jr. Fire Chief Brian Lyons. Brian stopped by Fire Headquarters with an un-expected donation to our Department. For those that do not know Brian, Brian is an outstanding young man who is doing great work in rai...
Between 2330 hrs on July 8 and 0030 hrs on July 9 unknown persons vandalized the flag pole area and stole an American Flag and a Black and Red Firefighter Memorial Flag that was flying in honor of a recently deceased member. The American Flag measures 5 x 9 and the Memorial Flag is a 3 x 5. Any...
With the passing of Chaplain / Firefighter Joseph Nealon Jr. a huge void has been left in the backbone of our department's operations when it comes to ceremonial event's, parade's, and memorial services. Part of Joe's role as Chaplain was to assist the Department's Hon...
In the early evening of July 7, Hanover Township FD's Water Rescue Team was dispatched on the Primary Assignment to assist Plymouth Borough FD on the report of a person swimming in the river who went underwater but did not resurface. Upon arrival of Rescue Teams on location additional informatio...
For the second time in as many days Hanover Township Fire and Medic 9 were dispatched for a 2 vehicle MVA with entrapment on New Commerce Blvd in the area of the Chewy Fulfillment Center. Units arrived to find a sedan that had struck the trailer of a tractor trailer on the road sending the car off t...
Hanover Township Fire and Medic 9 were dispatched to S Main St near the "Park and Ride" in the Preston Section of the Township for the reported 2 vehicle MVA, 1 vehicle rollover with 2 entrapped occupants. Rescue 5 , Engine 6 and Medics responded to the location. Upon arrival Rescue c...
In the early morning hours of December 14 , Hanover Township Fire/Rescue and Medic 9 were sent to the vicinity of the Route 29 Highway overpass to the Sans Souci Parkway for a report of a vehicle rollover down an embankment with injuries. Fire Command and Rescue 5 went enroute simultaneously after d...
Just before midnight the first alarm assignment was struck by Luzerne County 911 sending Sugar Notch Fire, Hanover Township Fire and EMS , and Nanticoke City RIT on the road for a report of a garage on fire. Hanover Fire Command and Truck 4 quickly went responding and was advised by County Comm...
We are in the process of updating our database with emergency contact information for Hanover Township and Warrior Run Borough Businesses. So adequate notification can be made if an emergency were to occur at a business you own or manage! Please complete the form below and mail or scan and email the form with the directions provided.
Fire District Hall at Breslau
2020 Hall Rentals are now able to be booked for the remainder of 2020
All events must maintain CDC recommendations of no more than 250 people present.
Hall Rentals can still be made for 2021 dates by calling 570-825-1267 and leaving a message on your prospective date.
Francis Daniel "Butch" Loughnane
April 21. 2020
Life Member Newtown Hose Co. No 2
Ronald M. Kotch
April 26, 2020
Life Member Breslau Hose Co. No. 5
Joseph Nealon Jr.
May 30, 2020
LODD - Newport Township FD
Life Member of Breslau Hose Co. No. 5
Past President - Hanover Area Fire District
Eugene J. Slabinski
Life Member of Breslau Hose. Co. No. 5
Are you interested in becoming a member of our team?
The Hanover Township Fire Department is always accepting new members into our ranks.
To obtain an application for membership stop by
2 Raymond Dr Hanover Township
316 Academy St Warrior Run
1586 San Souci Parkway Hanover Twp
In order to become a member , individual must successfully pass a criminal background check and PA child abuse and safety clearance. You do not have to have any prior firefighting or EMS experience.
Training will be provided.
The KNOX-BOX Rapid Entry system is specifically developed for fire departments. By using a master key, the fire department can gain access to commercial and residential properties.
The KNOX-BOX system allows property owners of both commercial and residential to store keys, USB Flash Drives, and other floor plans in high-security lock boxes mounted near their building entrances or at specific locations in the facility or home. The lock box is keyed specifically to our departments master key. With the Knox System, the fire department does not have to wait for a property owners to respond to unlock a door in the middle of the night, and it alleviates the fire department in having to force the door open to gain access. The Knox Rapid Entry System reduces property damage, access time and liability for lost keys.
If you are interested in obtaining a KNOX-BOX please contacted the Office of the Fire Chief at 570-371-3888
In cooperation with the American Red Cross the Hanover Township Fire Department provides and/or installs smoke alarms for those who are unable free of charge. If you are in need of smoke alarms please call the American Red Cross at 570-846-3328 today to see if you are eligible to participate in this program.