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Welcome to the official web-site of the Goodwill Fire Co. #1 of Jacobus, PA. We are happy that you have stopped by to visit us! Our company is a non-profit organization made up of approximately 30 active members and well over 400 contributory members. Just like many others in Pennsylvania, our company is 100% VOLUNTEER with our members leaving work or family and friends to help his/her fellow neighbor. We respond to a variety of calls ranging from automatic alarms and smoke investigations to structure fires, water rescues and QRS / medical assists. Our primary response area consists of all of Jacobus Borough, and parts of Springfield and York Townships. if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us and please visit our guest book before leaving. Again, thank you for visiting our site

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Spring Tailgate Auction

May 11th

Saturday, May 30th, 2015 at 9 AM

Goodwill Fire Company #1

1 S. Main St., Jacobus, PA 17407

Doing some spring cleaning? Downsizing, or need to get rid of some items that still have value?

Or do you want a unique bidding experience?

Join us at the Spring Tailgate Auction!

More information on the events page.

For even more information, or to reserve your space, call us at (717) 881-0447.

Everyone is welcome!


Woods Fire

April 18th


On Saturday April 18th, crews assisted mutual aid for a woods fire as the first due area crews battled a structure fire in North Codorus Township. Engine 18-1 was first on location with Chief 18-1 driver and firefighters N Smolko and C Livingston. Crews deployed an initial attack line to protect a home that the fire was impinging on.


Coach Handbag Bingo

March 8th

Woods Fire (Water St., York Twp.)

January 1st

On the first evening of the new year, Station 18 was dispatched for a woods fire on Water Street in York Twp.. First arriving Engine 18-2 and Chief 18 found approximately an acre and half on fire on a steep hillside extending further into the woods. Crews did a tremendous job of knocking the bulk of the fire quickly with attack lines. A special thanks to all mutual aid crews for their assistance.

Units on scene:
Engines: 18-1, 18-2, 19-2, 63-2
Tankers: 8, 35, 63
Brush: 18, 62
Transfer Engine: 59-1
Fire Police: 18, 63

January 1st



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