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The Milford Ambulance Corps is an all volunteer company which is part of the Milford Fire Department. Volunteers are always needed and welcome; call (570) 296-6121 and leave a message. Your call will be returned. You can also get more information every Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Milford Fire Station where the ambulances are located.

The Milford Ambulance Corps maintains two fully equipped ambulances.
Milford Ambulance Corps & Milford Fire Department
107 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337

Call 911 for ambulance emergencies.

Milford Ambulance Corps officers are:
  • Joseph Ropke, Captain
  • Michael Newmark, Lieutenant
  • Jim Teehan, Lieutenant


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

Additional volunteers are always welcome and needed. No previous experience is needed; the latest training is provided. For more information about becoming a volunteer fireperson call (570) 296-6121 and leave a message. Every Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. the company meets for training at the fire station; a fireman will also be available to speak to you about volunteering.

The fire station is located at:
107 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337.

The Milford Fire Department is equipped with 2 fire engines, 1 tanker, 1 heavy rescue truck, 1 brush truck, and 1 support truck.

Call 911 for fire emergencies.

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


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

Chief of Police – Jack DaSilva
Assistant Chief of Police – Salvatore Pinzone
Sergeant – Jason Cameron

The police department is located at:
111 West Catherine Street
Milford, PA 18337

Call 911 in cases of emergencies

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