Goodwill Fire Company

2017 Call Statistics
Jan 51
Total 51

2016 Call Statistics
Jan 60
Feb 21
Mar 27
Apr 25
May 24
Jun 34
Jul 36
Aug 27
Sep 45
Oct 29
Nov 46
Dec 57
Total 431

Past Incident Totals
2016 431
2015 454
2014 479
2013 384
2012 395
2011 437
2010 454

2015 Call Statistics
Jan 34
Feb 46
Mar 25
Apr 40
May 39
Jun 46
Jul 38
Aug 34
Sep 42
Oct 47
Nov 33
Dec 30
Total 454

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Welcome to the Official Website for the Good Will Fire Company

Organized over 175 years ago in 1833 we are one of three volunteer fire companies that make up the West Chester Fire Department.

The Good Will Fire Company No. 2 is a 100% volunteer fire service that protects the lives and property of the communities of the Borough of West Chester, West Goshen Township, Westtown Township, Birmingham Township, East Bradford Township, and the entire township of Thornbury in Chester County.

Members -- As of January 2016 the monthly meeting has moved to the 2nd Wednesday of each month. The Executive meeting begins at 6:30 PM and the General meeting begins at 7:00 PM.

Certification Logo The Good Will Fire Company earned the 100% certification level from the PA State Fire Commissioner's Office.  This level is awarded when 100% of the fire company’s active members hold at least one of the state's certification levels


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Quick Response Leads to Quick Stop on West Goshen Working House Fire

Third Class Firefighter Dave Smiley Jr., February 14

At 7:42PM on Tuesday, February 14, the West Chester Fire Department, RIT54 (Goshen), and Ambulance 55 (Good Fellowship) were dispatched to the unit block of Greenbank Avenue in West Goshen for the report of a residential fire. Engine 51-1, Ladder 53, and Engine 52-2 (Lt. Davis) all responded in under five minutes, and Assistant 52 arrived to find fire showing from the alpha and bravo sides. Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Units operating at the working 25 box
Units operating at the working 25 box

Engine 52-1, Air 52, and Tanker 52 Due on the Working 25 Box in Pocopson Township

Third Class Firefighter Dave Smiley Jr., February 08

At 10:40PM, on Wednesday, February 8, the residential fire box was transmitted to the 400 block of West Creek Road, in Pocopson Township, for the report of fire from the roof. Due to the impending snow storm the firehouse was staffed, and Engine 52-1 (Lt. Rychlak) responded immediately after dispatch with a crew of 5, followed by Air 52 (Lt. Davis) with 5, and Tanker 52 (FF Smiley Sr.). While 52 units ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tanker and Air 52 Run Working Residential Fire in the 54 Box Area

Third Class Firefighter Dave Smiley Jr., February 04

Around 8:30PM, on Saturday, February 4, the residential fire assignment was dispatched to an address in the 1000 block of Garrett Mill Road in the 54 box area. Deputy and Chief 54 arrived to find fire showing, and quickly requested the working alarm upgrade, as well as the first alarm tanker task force. Tanker 52 (FF Smiley Jr.) was quickly out the door in 39 seconds, followed by Air 52 (Captain DiMeo) ... (Full Story & Photos)

Air 52 crew on the roof
Air 52 crew on the roof

Engine 52-2 on it's first call
Engine 52-2 on it's first call

Busy Start to Engine 52-2's Career

Third Class Fire Fighter Dave Smiley Jr., January 29

On Saturday, January 28, the new Engine 52-2 was placed in service via Chester County Fire Radio, after hours of getting the equipment and hose lines readied. Just an hour after it's official in service announcement a fire alarm was dispatched to the 500 block of Owen Road in West Goshen, and the Engine quickly responded with a crew of 5, followed by Engine 52-1 with 3. Both Engine's arrived to find ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Day for Engine Company 52

Third Class Firefighter Dave Smiley Jr., January 23

On Monday, January 23, members were kept busy, handling three box alarms and an inside odor investigation. First, at 1:23PM, the box alarm was dispatch to the 1400 block of Larch Lane, in the 54 local, for the reported attached garage on fire. Engine 52-1, led by Captain DiMeo, responded first and took the roll of the first due engine company. Upon arrival, crews stretch 400' of 3", and 150' of 1.75" ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 52-1 with a line stretched at the 54 box
Engine 52-1 with a line stretched at the 54 box


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