We Need YOU!!!

Carlisle Fire & Rescue Services is looking for help from the community.

We need volunteers to help us with our mission of protecting lives and property in the Carlisle area. While we always have a need for firefighters and rescue technicians, we are also looking for help with jobs you may not associate with the fire department. We need help with administrative duties (clerical work), help with raising funds, general maintenance to equipment and facilities, and many more odd jobs that require the time of our volunteers. It could be simple things like helping to trim trees or mow the grass!

Every effort that our volunteers make contributes to our overall mission.

If you have some time and are willing to learn new skills OR bring your current skills & talents to our organization, PLEASE go to www.carlislefire.net and fill out an application! If you have any questions, please send us a message.

Thank you!

Speaking Engagements Available

Do you have a group or organization that is interested in learning about the Carlisle Fire Department or volunteer opportunities? Please contact us to attend or host a presentation.

Annual Meat Raffles

Carlisle Fire and Rescue Services will be having our annual meat raffles on the 2nd Friday of each month starting in September and ending in April. The doors open at 6:00pm and the raffle starts at 7:00pm.

The next Meat Raffle will be on December 8, 2017 and we will be supplying a meal of Beef BBQ Sandwiches and Chicken Corn Soup.

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Carlisle Fire & Rescue ServicesDec 13, 2017 @ 7:30am
Chief Snyder, Chief Grimes, Firefighter Boyce, and D/O McGarry were at Pierce earlier this week working on plans for the new Truck 45.
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Carlisle Fire & Rescue ServicesDec 11, 2017 @ 1:55pm
Academy students learned about water rescue and the dive team on Monday December 11th. CFRS offers free dive training for those who are willing to serve during an emergency.
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Carlisle Fire & Rescue ServicesDec 9, 2017 @ 10:24am
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Carlisle Borough
The students also got to take turns shooting bean bag rounds. Bean bag rounds are used in the field as a form of less lethal apprehension.