Administrative Office

290 South Duffy RoadHours: Monday - Friday
Butler, PA 160018:30am to 4:30pm
Phone: (724) 283-3430Fax: (724) 282-2142


Butler Township Fire DepartmentButler Township Fire District Truck

Fire has no season…never takes a vacation. But whenever the call comes, whether dinner hour, rush hour or those dark hours before dawn, seconds count. That’s when these brave men and women put aside their day to day lives and transform into firefighters.

Butler Township is currently provided fire and rescue service through its three volunteer fire departments. The telephone numbers listed are for non-emergency calls. In the event of an emergency, dial 9-1-1.

Fire Marshal, Larry W. Christy

Employment Opportunities

Butler Township is accepting applications for the position of Fire Marshal.

For additional information, click on the following link:  Employment Opportunities – Fire Marshal

Fireman’s Raffle

The Butler Township Fireman’s Association holds an annual sportsman’s raffle in the month of September. For more information on the raffle visit

Fire Department Facts

  • 2.747 mills of real estate tax is designated for fire protection
  • There are approximately 170 men and women volunteers that provide emergency service responses to the residents of Butler Township.Butler Township Fire Patch
  • In 2017 Butler Township Volunteer Fire Departments responded to 884 incidents, including but not limited to 282 automatic fire alarms, 336 fires, 32 emergency medical service and 234vehicle accidents.
  • 150 smoke detectors and 50 carbon monoxide detectors were handed out to township residents in need of them.

Being a member of a volunteer Fire Department is a way to volunteer your time and talents for your community and to make new friends.  Any person desiring to become a member of the Volunteer Fire Departments in Butler Township should contact the Fire Chiefs.

2018 Fire Department Officers Installed

The 2018 Fire Department Officers took the oath of office during the January 2, 2018 meeting of the Butler Township Board of Commissioners.

Fire Prevention Poster Contest Winners

Pictured from left to right: Fire Marshal Larry Christy, Caroline Cosgrove, Mason Heltzell, Elliana Norton, Sparky, Sydney O’Donnell, Julia Neff, Alexa Geibel, Ava Brewster and Commissioner Jim Lokhaiser, Jr.

Butler Township is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest.

Kindergarten: Caroline Cosgrove – Connoquenessing Elementary School First Grade: Mason Heltzell – Connoquenessing Elementary School Second Grade: Elliana Norton – McQuistion Elementary School Third Grade: Sydney O’Donnell – Northwest Elementary School Fourth Grade: Julia Neff – McQuistion Elementary School Fifth Grade: Alexa Geibel – Butler Middle School Sixth Grade: Ava Brewster – Butler Middle School

This year’s theme was: “Every Second Counts – Find 2 Ways Out!”

The participation trophy went to McQuistion Elementary School.

Congratulations to all of the winners.