It is the mission of the Clarendon Fire Department to deliver to the citizens and property owners of Clarendon Borough and Mead Township—in a competent and professional manner—a combination of proactive and reactive fire, rescue and emergency services that will provide the highest degree of protection from the dangers of modern day emergencies while insuring the safety, education and well being of all members.
OUR COVERAGE AREA
Sitting at 86 square miles, Mead Township is Warren County's largest municipality. Within its boundaries are the Kinzua Dam and Reservoir, Allegheny National Forest, Chapman State Park, US Route 6, multiple businesses, residencies, and over 1,500 citizens. Each element presents its own unique set of potential challenges in which the Clarendon Fire Department is equipped and prepared to handle in the event of emergency.
The Clarendon Fire Department also responds to emergencies in other areas when called in to assist neighboring departments. In the past, Clarendon units have been dispatched to emergencies in the far reaches of Warren County and even into McKean County. Mutual aid arrangements also allow our skilled neighboring departments to work with us as well, helping us cover our large, unique coverage area.
OUR FIRE STATION
Clarendon Fire Department Station 75 is located at 17 North Main Street in downtown Clarendon, attached to the Clarendon Borough Building. Built in 1973, this 5-bay structure is built to house a large, modern fleet of apparatus as well as community events. It includes a full kitchen, member lounge, and elevated radio room to conduct all emergency operations. A rear-facing 6th bay serves as home to Utility 756 during the spring and summer months.