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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
Mon. Apr 3rd 2017
This morning Doug Nester, Field Operations Supervisor of PA American Water Company presented a check of $800.00 to Matt Wanamaker of Black Rock Vol Fire Company. The check were awarded as a result of the PA American Company Grant Program, which fire departments are able to apply. ...
Tue. Mar 21st 2017
Thank you to everyone from our community who supported our event by attending the breakfast and a special thanks to our members who Volunteered their time to make it a success. Look for more information in the future for breakfast and other events here on our website and our Facebook page. 
Wed. Mar 15th 2017
The tradition continues!  The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Good Friday, April 14th at Oaks Station (260 Green Tree Road).  Hunting begins promptly at 10:00 AM.  Come out and enjoy the fun!  For ages 10 and under.
Thu. Dec 1st 2016
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...
Recent Calls
Tue. Mar 21st 2017
Last evening Black Rock (99), Royersford (98) and Collegeville (34) responded to a vehicle fire on Route 422 westbound in the area of S. Lewis Road. Chief 99 arrived and confirmed the vehicle fully involved. Tac 99 with BC99 arrived and attacked the fire and Squad 99 assisted with overhaul...
Mon. Mar 13th 2017
Yesterday at 2:23 PM Black Rock was dispatched with Engine 99-1 to assist Lower Providence Fire Department with a dwelling fire at 92 Level Road. Engine 99-1 picked up the hydrant in the 100 block of Level Road and supplied Engine 34 (Collegeville) and Engine 53 (Lower Providence). Crew cl...
Sun. Mar 12th 2017
Just after 5AM Black Rock and Royersford Fire Department were dispatched to a fully involved vehicle fire westbound on Route 422 near Old State Road. Squad 99 arrived and attacked the fire while Rescue 98 assisted with opening the hood and trunk areas. Crews were on scene for about an hour and ...
Wed. Jan 4th 2017
At approximately 8:50 pm last evening Black Rock and Collegeville Fire Companies were dispatched to a reported vehicle rescue eastbound on Route 422 between Lower Indianhead and Troutman Road. Deputy 99 was first arriving and reported one vehicle off the roadway and on its roof. The female driver of...
Mon. Dec 26th 2016
Just after 3:30 Black Rock and Royersford were dispatched to a vehicle accident with injuries on 422 west in the area of Route 113. Deputy 99 arrived and found one vehicle in the center median and another approximately 50 feet down an embankment. Both of the drivers were out of t...