Recent Calls
Thu. Oct 13th 2016
Back to Back Runs

Close to Midnight, Rescue, Tower and Squad responded to West 4th Street for a Residential AFA. Units operated the scene appro...

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Wed. Oct 12th 2016
Water Rescue Members Assist Police Department

1424hrs: City Water Rescue members were requested to assist MCRPD with items recovery in a local Water Way. Squad 14-1 a...

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Sat. Oct 1st 2016
MVC w/ Injuries near the Station

Rescue 14 w/8 responded along w/ Engine Co's 11 and 13, EMS 12 to the intersection of Valley & Walnut Street for...

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Sat. Oct 1st 2016
Utility Trailer Placed into Service !

Thanks to local donations and contributions from the community, the City H&L was able to upgrade our obsolete Utility Tra...

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Wed. Sep 14th 2016
Daylight - Driver/Operator Training

This afternoon, daylight members conducted 3hrs of pump and aerial training for new driver candidates.

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Sun. Sep 11th 2016
9/11 - We Remember

In remembrance of the fallen, 15 years ago today. 9-11-01 forever in our Hearts. In God We Trust, Together We Stand.

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Contact Information
City Hook & Ladder Co 14
317 valley street
Lewistown, PA 17044
Non-Emergency: 7172483215
Emergency: 911

Welcome to City Hook & Ladder Co 14


Company 14 - Taking Care of Business - is located in Lewistown, Pennsylvania and one of three fire stations located within the Borough. As the county seat of Mifflin County, Lewistown has a population of 8,338 people as of the 2010 census within an area of only two (2) square miles. Early travelers began to settle in the area around 1790 and utilized the Juniata River which flows directly through the town proper. Throughout the years two busy highways were erected to alleviate headaches for travelers. Route 322, between Harrisburg and State College, along with Route 522 reside within our coverage area. As with most small Pennsylvania towns we offer a central business district, residential sectors, and industry. Because of all the hazards that face our department we remain one of the busiest stations in Mifflin County with nearly 500 responses per year. We welcome you to this website and hope you find our information useful. Thank you for visiting our page!