Recent Calls
Thu. Aug 1st 2019
Interstate 376 near 79, multiple calls for a vehicle on fire. Station 128 (Crafton Fire) was alerted for the Rosslyn Farms interchange and found to be in Robinson.
Sat. Feb 9th 2019
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1000 Blk Meredith Dr. Your volunteers were alerted for a a fire alarm activation inside of the building, further reports brought the upgraded assignment to smoke in the building. 245 Attack arrived a...
Wed. Jan 23rd 2019
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Interstate 79 NB. The company was dispatched early morning for the reports of a vehicle rollover on the S bends. 245 Deputy Chief called into service with 245 Rescue shortly behind it. 245 Deputy Ch...
Fri. Jan 18th 2019
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200 Blk Noble Ave. Company was alerted for reports of smoke from the roof in a neighboring district. 245 Rescue called in shortly after dispatch with a fully staffed rig, Police arrived on scene and u...
Becoming a Member

Becoming a volunteer firefighter takes time, effort and dedication. However, the benefits of saving lives and making your community a better place is worth every minute and every ounce of effort.

  • The satisfaction that comes with knowing you are an important part of keeping your community safe.
  • Cultivating new skills that can help in all facets of your life and prepare you for a possible new career.
  • Working as a team and building lasting relationships and friendships.
  • Learning to use state of the art tools and being in the middle of the excitement.
  • Possibly receiving state tax credits, getting free training and receiving college credits for training, you may even qualify for the Firevest program providing full scholarship to CCAC Click here for details!
  • Earning respect from your fellow brother and sister firefighters, and members of your community;
  • Gaining an immense sense of pride and satisfaction from your accomplishments, and the knowledge and skills you acquire from your training;
  • Camaraderie and the feeling of family, a sense of belonging.
  • Access to a huge list of discounts on goods and services for a partial list click here.

If you always wanted to be firefighter as a child, and think you have what it takes make your vision a reality by:

  • Contacting any Moon Run Volunteer Firefighter
  • Stopping by the Station (5624 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Township, PA 15136) on any Tuesday might after 7:00 pm except for the second Tuesday of the month
  • Calling us (412-787-0527) and leave a voice mail with your contact info
  • Filling out this contact form .
 
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