Welcome to website of Whitehall Fire Department - Station 36 (Fullerton). We are located in the Fullerton neighborhood of Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Station 36 is one of 5 fire stations protecting the residents and visitors of Whitehall. Station 36 is one of the busiest volunteer fire stations in Lehigh County.
Our "first due" area consists of multiple large apartment complexes, numerous residential neighborhoods, a large commerical corridor, and a major highway (Route 22).
Station 36 is 100% volunteer and we respond from home when alerted to an emergency dispatch by the Lehigh County 911 center. During pre-planned large events and severe weather situations, we will staff the fire station with available firefighters.
Station 36 also provides Rescue (vehicle and specialty) and Truck Company response to all of Whitehall Township. When requested, Station 36 provides mutual aid response to various local municipalities including Catasauqua, South Whitehall Township, Coplay Borough and beyond.
The fire apparatus at Station 36 includes: 2 engines, 1 tower-ladder, 1 heavy rescue, 1 water rescue vehicle, and 1 boat.
An Assistant Chief is in charge of all operations at Station 36 and reports to the Fire Chief. Other officers at Station 36 include 2 captains and 2 lieutenants.
Want to join our station and serve as a volunteer? Simply stop by the fire station any Monday after 6:30pm for more information. No prior experience is necessary.
The firefighters at Station 36 take pride in service to community. If your school or group would like information on a fire prevention presentation, please contact Asst Chief Bret Monahan by calling the station.