Milford's Emergency Services

Milford Borough Emergency Services

If You Have an Emergency, Please Dial 911

Safety and preparation are essential before and during any emergency situation. The Milford  Borough Office of Emergency Management is committed to keep the Borough residents well informed and safe during that time of need. This is accomplished through training, public information and notifications systems.

David Ruby is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the Borough and is responsible for coordinating all large scale emergencies and events. The EOC  is responsible for maintaining the Borough’s Emergency Operations plan (EOP) and to provide resources to all Borough Departments and residents during emergencies or in times of crisis. The Emergency Management Coordinator works closely with the Pike County Office of Emergency Management and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

Code Red Sign Up

Residents and business owners are encouraged to register for Code Red Alerts to be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts.

For borough residents to receive emergency notification via text, email and phone, please click the button below to sign-up.
(You will be taken to the Code Red website where you create and account and input your contact information.)

Milford Borough Emergency Departments

The Milford Police Department

The Borough of Milford maintains round-the-clock police coverage 365 days a year.

Milford Police Department
111 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337

CALL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES

For non-emergencies call (570) 296-7700
The police will come to your assistance for emergencies, or contact you for non-emergencies.

Milford Police Department Officers:
Chief of Police - Matt McCormack
Assistant Chief of Police - Salvatore Pinzone
Sergeant - Jack DaSilva

The Milford Fire Department

The Milford Fire Department is an all-volunteer fire company that serves the Borough of Milford and Milford Township, and assists the fire departments of the surrounding communities.

Milford Fire Department:
107 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337

CALL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES

Milford Fire Department officers:
Fire Chief - Anthony Mann
Assistant Fire Chief - Paul Nielsen
Assistant Fire Chief - Chris Ebner
Captain - Erik Jakubowski
Lieutenant - Adam Rufino

The Milford Ambulance Corps

The Milford Ambulance Corps is an all-volunteer company that is part of the Milford Fire Department, and maintains two fully equipped ambulances.

Milford Ambulance Corps
107 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337

CALL 911 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES

Milford Ambulance Corps officers:
Captain - Joseph Ropke
Lieutenant - Michael Newmark
Lieutenant - Jim Teehan

Office of Emergency Management

Milford Borough Office of Emergency Management is committed to keeping borough residents well-informed, and safe during emergencies.

David Ruby is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the borough, and is responsible for coordinating all large-scale emergencies and events. Dave is also responsible for maintaining the borough's Emergency Operations plan (EOP), and for providing resources to all borough departments and residents during emergency situations.

The Emergency Management Coordinator works closely with the Pike County Office of Emergency Management and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.

The Milford Water Authority

The Milford Water Authority operates and maintains a modern water treatment plant and water distribution pipeline.

The plant provides water to 800 water users in the Borough of Milford, parts of Milford Township, and Dingman Township.

Milford Water Authority
P.O. Box 459
Milford, PA 18337
Phone: (570) 296-6556

Milford Water Authority
Russell Boronow
Michael Asimakopoulos
Scott Sheldon
Robert Stewart
Ed Brylawski
In cases of water emergencies call 24 hours a day:
Phone: (570) 460-9736
Phone: (570) 460-9737
Emergency: 911

Volunteers Needed

Milford’s Fire Department and Ambulance Corps are comprised of a dedicated, all-volunteer group that is always seeking quality members.  If you’re interested, or would like to explore becoming an emergency services volunteer in the borough, you’re welcome to stop by for a visit. 

The firehouse is open every Monday at 7 p.m. 

107 East Catharine Street
(between Broad and Fifth Streets)
Milford, PA 18337

Subscribe to Milford Borough Email List

Keeping our residents safe and informed is always our first priority

(This is a Milford Borough maintained email list, and is separate from “Code Red” alert list.)