The Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department services the small town of Bridgeville and provides mutual aid to Upper St. Clair, South Fayette, Collier Township, Scott Township, Heidelberg, Carnegie, and Cecil.
Bucket brigades were the mode of fire fighting until 1916, when a group of industrious men organized the Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department. They secured a hose cart, which the firemen pulled to fires for eight years. Then, in 1924, the volunteers bought their first motorized piece of fire apparatus. There current home opened in 1997, which was built and financed without any tax dollars.
A key aspect of this VFD building is the Chartiers Room. Spacious and comfortable, it has a beautiful, oak parquet dance floor; wet bar, big kitchen, large restrooms and a spacious foyer.
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Free, on-site parking is available.