The Beaver Volunteer Fire Department, with its invaluable goal “to serve and protect the property and people of this community,” was established in 1836.
The Borough of Beaver, Pennsylvania, situated on a plateau near the confluence of the Beaver and Ohio Rivers, is roughly 35 miles NW of Pittsburgh, PA and serves as the seat of Beaver County.
Strategically located in the center of town, Station 101 runs three trucks and has over 35 firefighters, all volunteers, covering one square mile, and providing mutual aid to our surrounding communities. We also provide assistance county wide as part of the county "strike team" for major fires, and emergencies.
BVFD takes great pride in helping to protect our community’s 4500 residents, dozens of businesses, many historic homes and sprawling County Courthouse.