Recent Calls
Fri. Jun 16th 2017
Commercial Structure Fire

Station 114 along with surrounding companies responding to a report of a structure fire at a local Rt. 30 business in our fir...

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Thu. Mar 16th 2017
Working House Fire

Assisting Youngstown Station 39, surrounding companies were activated for a reported residential fire with possible entrapmen...

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Wed. Feb 22nd 2017
Team 148 Response to Fatal Trench Rescue

Rescue 114 along with Westmoreland County Team 148 responded to a fatal trench collapse this afternoon. Crews worked for hour...

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News Headlines
Fri. Jun 16th 2017
Congrats Greater Latrobe High School Baseball Team!

Volunteer Fire Departments had the pleasure of escorting home the Greater Latrobe Wildcat Baseball Team after winning their f...

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Thu. Apr 20th 2017
2017 Autism Fundraiser

The leadership and members of the Lloydsville Volunteer Fire Department are excited to share with the community their new fun...

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Mon. Apr 3rd 2017
Wildland Firefighting Course

On Saturday, Lieutenant Vogle, Firefighter Noel, Firefighter/EMT McCracken, Firefighter/EMT Stynchula, 2nd Lieutenant Rubino,...

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Lloydsville Public Service Detail Ends In Cat Rescue
Wed. Mar 5th 2014

On Tuesday evening, around 6:30PM, Lloydsville was activated for a public service detail. We were informed that there was a cat stuck in a storm drain in the Beatty Village neighborhood in our first due. Upon arrival, Chief 114 found there to be a cat in the drain under the roadway. After striking out with various different ideas, we decided to try to use a charged fire hose, having a member on both side of the road in the storm drain to push the cat to the other side. We used 1" forestry line and gently nudge the cat to the other side. This idea turned successful. The very cold, scared cat was removed from the storm drain. Over night the cat is being taken care of by our Associate Department Member Leanne Rubino who made arrangements with Action For Animas to take the cat in and have it examined by a vet. Great job to all involved.

Units on scene: Rescue Pumper 114, Chief 114

Associate Membership!

Have you ever thought about volunteering in your community but not sure how to do that? Have you ever wondered if your career skills could be useful in a volunteer application? Are you a CPA, bank teller, doctor, business executive, chef, or other professional looking to either boost your resume or just donate a few hours a week to help out your community? We have good news! The Lloydsville VFD is looking for you. Our organization is growing each year, and with that growth comes increased executive needs. Currently our firefighters are holding multiple offices and roles, ranging from fighting fires and performing rescues to writing grants, cooking for fundraisers, filing taxes, and paying bills. The department is interested in finding career professionals within our area who are interested in lending their expertise to help take those duties off the responding member’s hands so we can better train to handle your emergencies. If you feel you have even 2 hours a week you can donate to the department we are more than happy to sit down and talk to you. Your volunteerism is just as important to the organization as those who respond to emergencies. If interested, please contact the station at 724-537-9872.


Street Address Markers

The Lloydsville VFD offers Address Marker Signs, compliant with Unity Township codes, as well as other municipalities. Each sign costs $15.00, will feature white reflective letters against a green background, and will be made to either a vertical or horizontal design based on your request. If interested, call the firehouse, or leave a message with us under the contact us link. 

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Lloydsville Volunteer Fire Dept and Relief Assoc.
208 Dickens Street
Latrobe, PA 15650
Non-Emergency: 724-537-9872
Emergency: 911
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