Police / Fire / Ambulance
Call 9-1-1 for emergencies
Pennsylvania State Police
Call (610) 486-6280 for non-emergencies.
The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop J from the Embreeville Station provides full-time police coverage in the Township. There is no charge to the Township for any of the Pennsylvania State Police patrols or other services.
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View the PA State Police Community Awareness Bulletins that share helpful information about safety and security.
Honey Brook Fire Company
Call (610) 273-2688 for non-emergencies.
Honey Brook Fire Company #1 volunteers have provided the Township with fire and rescue service 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for the past 125 years. Also, the Honey Brook Fire Company Fire Police are a dedicated group within the fire company responsible for traffic control, scene security, and crowd control at emergency scenes and community events.
The Fire Company must raise enough money each and every year to pay its operating expenses and also put money away to replace equipment as needed. The Township annually supports this effort by contributing $92,000 plus it splits the expense of the workers compensation insurance premium for the firefighters with the Borough but this is not enough.
The Township urges all residents to support the Fire Company’s annual fund-raising events and generously give to their fund drive each year.
Elverson – Honey Brook Emergency Medical Service (EMS)
Call (610) 286-8925 for non-emergencies.
Elverson – Honey Brook EMS is an independent non-profit organization that provides full-time coverage from their stations in Elverson and Honey Brook.
Even though they can bill insurance companies for some of their services, these reimbursements fall short of what’s needed to provide 24 hours per day, 7 days per week coverage while also saving money for equipment replacement. The EMS relies on donations like the $26,000 the Township contributes annually plus subscriptions from the community. Elverson-Honey Brook Area EMS will always respond to an emergency call, whether you are a subscriber or not, however non-subscribers may be subject to much higher out-of-pocket expenses for any balance not covered by your insurance company.
The Township urges all residents to become a member subscriber of the EMS.
This page was last updated on January 8, 2021.