Can we find you? In an emergency it is important for the Police, Ambulance, and Fire Department to be able to find your house. Make sure your address is posted on your house. Your address should be a contrasting color (gold numbers on a white house won't work) and the numbers should be at least 3 inches high. Be found today!
Fire Marshals Office /
910 West Bristol Road
Warminster, PA 18974
267-803-FIRE (3473) - NEW
Hours: Monday-Friday; 8:00AM-4:00PM
EMERGENCY SERVICES - EARLY WARNINGS ARE IMPORTANT!
Early Warning! The most dangerous part of any fire is the smoke. That is why smoke detectors are essential for early warning of a fire in your home. You should have one smoke detector on every level and one smoke detector in every bedroom in your house. Be sure to test them regularly to ensure they work. Smoke detectors now come with many features such as voices, different languages, flashing lights, wireless interconnection, hardwired inter-connection, battery powered, and carbon monoxide alarm. Make sure you are alerted before it is too late. If you have any questions about smoke detectors, please contact the Fire Marshal's Office at (267) 803-FIRE.
The Public Safety Division is made up of the Warminster Police Department and Emergency management program.
The Township's Emergency Management Program is housed at the Municipal Services facility provides a command center in the event of a Township-wide emergency. Policies and procedures for emergency management are constantly updated through actual and tabletop emergency drills.
The Fire Marshal and Deputy Fire Marshal’s assist the Emergency Management Coordinator in the event of an emergency in Warminster Township. This may include conducting inspections of damaged areas, assisting with equipment, supply coordination, and response coordination.
The Fire Marshal’s Office conducts plan reviews and inspections of fire alarm, sprinkler systems, and other fire safety systems. In addition they also provide fire safety education, fire extinguisher training, and witness fire drills. The office also conducts a fire and life safety inspection when new businesses move into town and on a continual basis. When a fire occurs the Fire Marshal’s Office will work with the Fire Departments and the Police Departments to determine how a fire started and will work with the Police Department if it is a criminal act. The Fire Marshal’s Office also enforces the false and faulty fire alarm ordinance. For a list of fees for the inspection program, permits, or fines please see the fee schedule at the Department of Licenses and Inspections.
Daniel Laurich :: Fire Marshal/Emergency Management Coordinator
Scott Fleischer :: Deputy Fire Marshal
Steve Walther :: Deputy Fire Marshal