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Black Rock Volunteer Fire Company
260 Green Tree Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Non-Emergency: 610-666-7965
Emergency: 911
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Welcome to the Black Rock Volunteer Fire Company
The Black Rock Volunteer Fire Company was formed on February 1, 2012 through the merger of the Oaks Fire Company, formerly Montgomery County Station 63, and the Mont Clare Fire Company, formerly Montgomery County Station 55.  The membership of these two independent, non-profit organizations voted to combine to facilitate a reduction in duplication of staffing and equipment within the Township of Upper Providence, to improve the staffing levels responding to emergency calls and to reduce operating costs.

The Oaks Fire Company provided fire and rescue services within Upper Providence Township and its surrounding communities since 1907 and was chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1908.  The spirit of the Oaks Fire Company credo "Volunteers Serving Upper Providence Township" continues as part of the new organization.

The Mont Clare Fire Company was formed in 1900 and was chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1910 for the prevention of fire and protection of life and property from disaster in Mont Clare, PA.  The spirit of the Mont Clare Fire Company credo "Neighbor Helping Neighbor Since 1900" also continues as part of the new organization.

News Headlines
Fri. Mar 20th 2015
Are you in need of a location for an upcoming event such as a Wedding Reception, Anniversary, Bar Mitzvah or Birthday maybe even Corporate Meetings or Training? James R Mossie Hall will accommodate a group up to 200 people and Catering services are available. If you would like more information on th...
Mon. Dec 1st 2014
Upper Providence Supervisor Lisa Mossie and Fire Marshal Overholt present Deputy Chief Jim Callahan with the 2014 Volunteer Firefighters Incentive Check. Thank you Upper Providence for your continued support.
Sun. Sep 28th 2014
Working smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire.  That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!”Along with firefighters and safety advocates nationwide, the Black Rock Volun...
Sun. Jun 22nd 2014
Construction of the new Squad 99 has been completed at the Pierce plant in Appleton, Wisconsin!  The truck should be arriving in Pennsylvania in early July.  The new Squad is expected to be in service by the end of the summer after equipment is mounted and personal have been trained.2...
Recent Calls
Fri. May 29th 2015
At 1857 last night Black Rock Vol Fire Co., Trappe Fire Company(77), Perkiomen Township Fire Company(66) were dispatched to assist Collegeville Fire Company(34) on a dwelling fire on Patriot Drive in the Collegeville section of Upper Providence. First arriving units reported a wo...
Sat. Feb 21st 2015
Black Rock and Collegeville were dispatched to a Vehicle Rescue at MacDade Road. Upper Providence Police arrived with everyone out of the vehicles. Traffic was diverted until the scene was cleared. Trappe EMS also responded