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Est. 1954

Operation Ho-Ho 2021

November 26, 2021

Due to COVID this year, Operation Ho-Ho will again be a drive-through-style event. We have to be impartial to everyone and their thoughts and beliefs on this matter. Keep in mind the times are all estimated and may vary. Thank you

Squad 2

Highlands – 0900

Hampden – 0930

Dartmouth Green – 1000

Creekview – 1030

Grandon Farms – 1100

Beaumount Sq – 1130

Silver Brook – 1200

Ridgeland – 1230

Pinebrook South – 1315


Engine 2

Hunters Gate – 0830

Hawks Landing – 0900

Silver Creek – 0930

Hampden Ct – 1000

Westover – 1030

East Westover – 1100

Good Hope Farms South – 1145

Brambles – 1200

Brambles – 1245

Good Hope Farms – 1315



First Responder Camp

May 12, 2021

Does your child (age 11-13) want to learn about saving lives and have an interest in learning more about firefighting, emergency medical services (EMS) or law enforcement?

Firefighters, EMS providers and law enforcement professionals are the first responders that work together to help save lives every day.

HACC is hosting fun, interactive and educational first responder camp in summer 2021! During the four-day camp, middle school students will learn from professionals who work and train as first responders in our community!

For more information please visit the HACC website below.


Hampden Township Emergency Personnel Recognized for Life Saving Efforts

October 12, 2017

On September 6, 2017 at approximately 18:02 hours, Company 30 was dispatched to a medical assist for a cardiac arrest located at 306 Raven Court, Mechanicsburg, PA.  Lt. Justin Kohr, acting as Duty Chief 30, went responding and arrived on the scene just moments after the dispatch.  Lt. Kohr evaluated the patient confirmed that she was in cardiac arrest, and quickly initiated CPR while notifying HQ of his actions.  Being in the immediate area, having heard the initial dispatch and Lt. Kohr’s update, Cumberland County Emergency Dispatcher, John Kibe, responded and arrived on the scene where he took over compressions after Lt. Kohr had administered 500 high intensity compressions to the patient.  While Mr. Kibe continued