Manoa Fire Company

The Manoa Fire Company is one of five volunteer fire stations serving the 9.5 square miles of Haverford Township. The Company provides fire suppression, rescue operations, and assists with emergency medical services to the Township's approximate 50,000 residents. The Company's firefighting staff is 100% volunteer, staffing an Engine, a Rescue, and a Rescue-Pumper 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In order to continue to provide this vital service to the community, the Manoa Fire Company is always looking for new members. If you are interested in becoming part of something special and joining the brotherhood of firefighting, see our Become a Member section.


Thursday, June 11, 2015   This evening through the generosity of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce 4 members of Manoa Fire Company were awarded scholarships. The program started several years back is titled "Hometown Heroes" is awarded in June to members of fire and Ems companies in the area. We would like to congratulate the following members on their awards Nik Fowler, Jared Lutz, Jack Weber and Kevin Costigan. We also want to thank the Main Line Chamber of Commerce for their continued support of the emergency services and assisting our membership further their education. To learn more please check their website 



Congratulations to class of 2015

Monday, June 8, 2015   We would like to congratulate Firefighter Jared Lutz and Firefighter Jack Weber on their graduation from Haverford Senior High School. Gentlemen job well done and best of luck in your future endeavors. 




Thursday, June 4, 2015  We regret to announce the passing of Margaret Greenfield at the age of 97. Margaret was the mother of past Manoa Assistant Chief and current Firefighter Gary Greenfield. She was the wife of past Llanerch Chief Gordon Greenfield. She was a member of Llanerch Fire Company's Ladies Auxiliary in the late 40's and 50's. Viewing services will be held at Logan Funeral home: 57 South Eagle Road Havertown, PA 19083 on Saturday, June 6th from 10am-11:30am. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to go to Vitas Hospice. Please keep the Greenfield family in your prayers. 




Monday, May 18, 2015   This evening members trained on Vehicle Rescue Operations. It also gave us a chance to use a few new recently purchased tools on the Rescue.




Sunday, May 17, 2015  Squad 56 with a crew of 5 was alerted just before 5am to cover the Gladwyne Fire Company while they operated on a multi-alarm fire in Conshohocken.




Friday, May 8, 2015   Engine 56 assisted Broomall Fire Company with a shed fire this afternoon. Also on location was Springfield, Rose Tree and Marple Township Ambulance Corps.




Monday, May 4, 2015   Crew from Manoa was on the inital alarm for the Rapid Intervention Team with Station 44 (Springfield), Station 53(Broomall), Station 20(Garrettford Drexel Hill, Station 58(Bon Air) and 44-7(Springfield EMS). Additional companies were later called bringing in Station 34(Llanerch), Station 03(Clifton Heights) and several EMS units as well as Station 67(Woodlyn Canteen). Photos taken by Station 56 Photographer Sherry Tappan.




Friday, May 1, 2015  Shortly before 7pm 56-9C (Coll) alerted Fireboard of a brush on the trail behind the homes on the 400 block of Rittenhouse Circle. Crews from Squad and Engine 56 gained access through the parking lot of the YMCA and put a quick knock on the fire with an 1 3/4 line containing it from spreading to a nearby large shed. Crews were on scene for about an hour. 




Saturday, April 25, 2015  Rescue and Utility 56 attended the YMCA's Annual Family Fun day this afternoon. Children and parents had a chance to learn more about what we do and learn about the equipment on the trucks. 



FeedTheFire - Honoring the Life of Weston Keeton

Tuesday, March 24, 2015  Last evening the Crew from Manoa Fire Company had the chance to participate in a truly heartwarming event : The 1st annual nationwide‪#‎FEEDTHEFIRE‬ event, which commemorated the one-year passing of Weston Keeton, who passed away at age seven due to complications of a heart and lung transplant at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Weston loved everything about the fire service. In his honor, his family started this event to pay it forward for Weston. We were treated to great food, WOGL Oldies 98.1 prize van and most importantly a chance to meet friends of Weston's family who helped us get to know about Weston and his family. We presented a mounted furnace piece to be given to Weston's family and Weston Keeton was the OIC of Rescue 56 for the night. We are honored to be a part of this event! 



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