Reade Volunteer Fire Company, 268 Reade Street, Blandburg, Pa. Cambria County Station 63. Founded in the spring of 1946, RVFC cover all of Reade Township in northwest Cambria County with mutual aid into Blair and Clearfield Counties.
Manheim Township Fire and Rescue, Eden Fire Company, 1695 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, Pa. (Village of Eden) Lancaster County Station 204. The Eden Fire Company No. 1 was chartered on September 24, 1921. The corner of New Holland Pike and Eden Road has been their home since 1921, with many addition and renovations. A call volume of 1000 fire, rescue and priority medical assists annually make them the busiest volunteer station in the county. Manheim Township Fire and Rescue was formed August 10, 2009 with the merging of Southern Manheim Township Fire Company (Station 201), Eden Fire Company No. 1 (Station 204) and Neffsville Community Fire Company (Station 207).
Trafford Fire Company No. 1, 414 Brinton Street, Trafford, Pa. Westmoreland County Station 86. Trafford Borough built two hose houses in 1904 for the Trafford Volunteer Fire Company. A reorganization in November 1911 brought a name change to Trafford Fire Company. Another reorganization in January 1925 brought on another new name, Trafford Fire Company No. 1 and a new station on Duquesne Street. They were finally chartered June 10, 1927. The fire house saw additions and renovations in 1950 and was eventually torn down in 2013. A new Public Safety Building was constructed on Brinton Street and opened in 2012.
Citizen's Hose Company No. 1, 53/55 North Front Street, Steelton, Pa. Organized on February 8, 1882 and remained Steelton's only fire company until 1888. In 1984 they merged with the two other remaining Steelton companies and moved into the new SFD fire station north on Front Street.