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About the Rochester Fire Department

The Rochester Fire Department was formed as a result of a merger between the Rochester Volunteer Fire Department and the Rochester Township Volunteer Fire Department on August 4, 2015. The Department proudly protects the residents and merchants of Rochester Borough, East Rochester Borough, & Rochester Township, located in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

The Borough of Rochester is .07 square miles with a population slightly over 4,000. The Township of Rochester is a municipality of 3,300 individuals that covers approximately 4 square miles. And the Borough of East Rochester has approximately 540 residents that covers 0.46 square miles.

The Department Operates out of two station, the Northside Station at 632 California Avenue and the Downtown Station at 414 Lacock Street. The Department provides fire suppression, hazardous materials response, rescue services, and fire prevention for the residents, businesses, and visitors of the community.

 

Incident Statistics

2021

266 Calls (as of 10/31)

2020

356 Calls

2019

426 Calls

2018

324 Calls

2017

318 Calls

2016

343 Calls

2015

378 Calls

 

Rochester Fire Department

2021-2022 Line Officers

 

Michael Mamone III

Fire Chief

Michael Mamone Jr.

Assistant Chief

Zak Baughman

Captain

Dan Summers

Captain

Tony Marchitelli

Lieutenant

Brandon Dishler

Lieutenant

Brandon Dishler

President

Joseph Seminick

Vice President

Stacey Albanese

Treasurer

Garrett Davies

Secretary

Michael Mamone Jr.

Department Trustee

Zak Baughman

Department Trustee

Dave Pedaline

Department Trustee

Ron Swedish

Department Trustee