Emergency Management Coordinator: Pennsylvania Title 35 requires all political subdivisions (municipalities) to appoint an Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) to oversee planning, training, and preparation during non-disaster times and to act as the coordinator in the Emergency operations Center (EOC) during times of disasters. The responsibilities placed on this individual are significant. The EMC is the primary agent for the municipality’s elected officials and is invaluable when disaster strikes. Butler County Emergency Services provides ongoing training programs which help Emergency Municipal Coordinators develop skills in problem solving and critical thinking when presented with a hazard or disaster. In fulfilling its legislated responsibility to support in-service training to county and municipal EMCs, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) has developed a series of certification levels for coordinators, deputy coordinators, and staff members at the local and county level. The levels of certification are: Basic, Advanced and Professional. We are grateful to the men and women who volunteer their time to be an Emergency Municipal Coordinator and the dedication they put forth in safeguarding their communities!
Clinton Township EMC- Adam Hartwig- 724.352.9000
Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company
P.O. Box 530 Saxonburg, PA 16056 Emergency (911) or Truck Room for non-emergency 724-352-3231 Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company is a self-funded, non-profit organization committed to providing emergency fire, rescue and medical services in Southern Butler County, Pennsylvania since 1931. The Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company is an asset to the residents of Clinton Township as well as surrounding Townships.
|Saxonburg’s Fire Brigade responds to approximately 350 alarms annually. Our apparatus consists of two engines, a tanker, rescue, brush, and ladder. We respond to primary alarms in Jefferson Township, Clinton Township, and Saxonburg Borough. We respond to mutual aid support calls in southern Butler County including Buffalo Township, Middlesex Township, Penn Township, Summit Township, and Winfield Township.|
|Saxonburg’s Ambulance responds to approximately 2500 emergency medical calls annually. We cover approximately 75 square miles in Jefferson Township, Clinton Township, Winfield Township, Buffalo Township, and Saxonburg Borough. We operate three, fully-equipped Advanced Life Support ambulances and offer mutual aid assistance to the areas of northern Allegheny County and southern Butler County.|
|Saxonburg’s Fire Police respond to most Fire Brigade calls and many mutual aid assistance calls where scene and/or traffic control are required. Our staff of Fire Police officers also provides support to local police departments and municipalities when they requiring traffic control, security, and/or similar support.|
|Saxonburg’s Ladies Auxiliary provides catering and food services in the Saxonburg VFC Ballroom, at the Saxonburg Fireman’s Carnival, and during local festivals. The Ladies Auxiliary provides direct financial support to the Fire Brigade through their hard work and dedication.|