The men and women of Station 66 drop everything and risk their lives to save ours. Now they need your help!
LTFD Needs Your Help
When you call 911, any time day or night, the men and women of the Lancaster Township Fire Department drop everything to help you. These volunteers answer about 500 emergency calls every year.
Although Lancaster Township provides the department’s basic operating funds, it takes additional dollars to provide the best emergency services you deserve and to keep our firefighters safe, well equipped, and well trained. Donations help us purchase valuable equipment beyond the scope of Township funding, and it provides support services for our firefighters. Gifts of any size are welcome. They all make a difference.
March 17, 2023
CONSTRUCTION TO START ON NEW LTFD FIREHOUSE
Construction is beginning this spring on the new firehouse for Lancaster Township Fire Department (LTFD). The new Station 66, located across Millersville Pike from Manor Shopping Center, will replace LTFD’s two 70-year-old stations in the Bausman and Hamilton Park neighborhoods.…
October 29, 2022
Lancaster Township Fire Department Breaks Ground on New Firehouse To Shorten Response Times
Lancaster Township Fire Department (LTFD) today broke ground on a new $5.8 million firehouse at a community celebration. The new Station 66, located across Millersville Pike from Manor Shopping Center, will replace LTFD’s two 70-year-old stations in the Bausman and…
October 25, 2022
LTFD was presented with a $500,000 check from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
Lancaster County Commissioners John Trescot, Ray D'Agostino and Joshua G. Parsons presented Fire Chief Steve Roy with a check for $500,000 from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) today at 5:30pm. The funds will be dedicated to building our new…