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The need to replace our 93-year-old Main Station in Berwyn, as well as building a permanent Substation in Tredyffrin Township, are issues that have been discussed with both Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships for decades.

In 2019 a joint ESOP (Emergency Services Operations Planning) group was created with Supervisors from Tredyffrin & Easttown Townships, Township staff, and the Fire Companies serving the T-E Community. Additionally, the Berwyn Fire Company Capital Planning Group has Supervisor Liasions from both Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships.

These groups have been meeting on a regular basis for the last few years and have made great progress on issues concerning Fire / EMS services to the community, including the capital needs of the Fire Companies that serve the community. 

1894 - The Berwyn Fire Company was formally organized.

1906 - A horse drawn Waterous 350-gallon pumper was obtained. 

1917 - First motorized equipment (1917 LaFrance Pumper) was purchased.

1951 - The Ladies Auxiliary raised money to purchase the company's first Ambulance.

2000 - Berwyn Fire Company receives its' license for Advanced Life Support Services.

10/2008 - Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships commissioned System Planning Corporation to perform a

                     comprehensive Fire Services Deployment Study. Of note, Page 51 includes consultant's 

                     recommendation that the Main Station be replaced "in the very near future".

                     Click Here For Report.

04/2013 - Substation meeting & discussion with Tredyffrin Township Sub-Committee Group. This was a

                     result of increased development in Tredyffrin Township, along with a new housing development

                     'Wayne Glen' being proposed.

03/2017 - New Building Presentation to group of Supervisors from Tredyffrin & Easttown Townships. 

                     Click Here For Report.

06/2018 - Opening of a temporary Fire/EMS substation at the PECO facility off Cassatt Road. 

                     Click Here For Information.

08/2019 - Memo to ESOP (Emergency Services Operations Planning) with Supervisors from Tredyffrin &

                     Easttown, along with Township staff, highlighting temporary substation goals for 2020. 

                     Click Here For Report.

08/2019 - Opening of a temporary EMS substation at Old Forge Crossing Condominiums. 

                     Click Here For Information.

11/2019 - Memo to ESOP group for Tredyffrin & Easttown Townships regarding NEW location for Tredyffrin


                     Click Here For Report.

01/2020 - Opening of our current Fire / EMS substation at 1100 West Valley Road. 

                     Click Here For Information.

09/2020 - Current Capital Committee formed, including four Berwyn Fire Company representatives and

                     one supervisor from both Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships. 

12/2020 - The BFC Capital Committee finalized a list of Assumptions off which recommendations will be   


                     Click Here For Report.

01/2021 - The BFC Infrastructure Committee finalized a list "wants versus needs" for the new buildings

                     from which initial designs and budgets for the two buildings will be built.

                     Click Here For Report

02/2021 - The Township Liaisons requested a document to justify why a permanent substation is needed

                      versus staying in the temporary quarters. 

                      Click Here For Report.

10/2021 - A Joint Resolution passed by Easttown & Tredyffrin Townships pledges up to $4,500,000 in

                     township funding towards Phase I Construction Costs (up to 50% of costs).

                     Click Here For Resolution.


10/2021 - The Berwyn Fire Company hired Lauren Coy as Director of Development to lead our Capital                                   Campaign


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