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Joining the North Braddock Volunteer Fire Department
The North Braddock Volunteer Fire Department is actively recruiting both experienced and inexperienced individuals who wish to serve as a volunteer Firefighter.

For more information call 412-824-7791 or email at arydzak@station207.com

Mailing Address:
PO Box 188
Braddock, PA 15104-0188

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History

In 1900, the North Braddock Volunteer Fire Department was chartered by the newly created Borough of North Braddock.

The first station was located in the original Borough building that was located at the intersection of Spring Street and Jones Avenue. Two years later in 1902, the residents of the Wolfetown section of North Braddock founded the second fire department in North Braddock. With the creation of this fire department, the two fire departments were renamed after their respective voting wards, North Braddock VFD Hose Co. #1 (Wolfetown) and the North Braddock VFD Hose Co. #2 (North Braddock). The following year in 1903, the residents of the Shady Park section of North Braddock created the Hose Co. #3 of the North Braddock VFD.

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Recruitment

The North Braddock Volunteer Fire Department is actively recruiting both experienced and inexperienced individuals who wish to serve as a volunteer Firefighter.

If what you read appeals to you and you have a question about the process please contact us at arydzak@station207.com and we will be in contact with you as soon as possible.
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Minimum Qualifications

  • At least 14 years old
  • Clean Criminal Background
  • Attend Company Meetings / Trainings
  • Participate in Fundraising Events

Membership Benefits

The NBVFD offers its members with many attractive benefits. We are also close to many colleges and universities.

  • Free Fire Training
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • And more…..
Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention

Have 2 Ways Out

Smoke alarms should be installed in every sleeping room, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. Larger homes may require additional smoke alarms to provide a minimum level of protection.

Test smoke alarms at least once a month using the test button.

Make sure everyone in the home understands the warning of the smoke alarm and knows how to respond.

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Current Apparatus

Engine 207
Seagrave - 1996
Rescue 207
2021 Spartan
Squad 207
Ford F250 - 2011

Administrative Officers

Jamo Sepesy
President
Ken Kuzins
Vice President
Kayla Cain
Secretary
Mike Lovas
Treasurer