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Etna Police Department

Emergency Number
: 911

Non-Emergency Numbers:

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Etna Police Station, 412-
781-6271
After 3:00 p.m. - Allegheny County 911, 412-
473-3056

The E.P.D., located in the rear of the Borough Building, is charged with the responsibility of enforcing all borough ordinances and state laws which protect the health and welfare of the people of our community. Presently, the Department consists of Police Chief Timothy Rodman, six full time police officers and two part-time officers. The Department also has a part time secretary, four school crossing guards and one part time parking meter collection and repair employee.

Supervision of the department rests in the hands of the Chief who, in turn, reports to the Mayor. All officers are police-academy trained and must attend mandatory in-service training classes yearly. Three fully equipped police vehicles are available for routine patrols and the answering of calls by residents as well as 2 bicycles for extra patrol.

 

Etna Volunteer Fire Department

Emergency Number:
911

Non-Emergency Number: 412-
781-1155
Business Number: 412-
782-1333

The E.V.F.D. was organized in 1889 and for more than a century, its members have put the safety of Etna citizens first during times of crisis - fires, floods, spills, etc. The fire station is located in the Borough Building on Butler Street. The department also has an activities hall on Crescent Avenue, next to the Etna ball field, which can be rented for private parties.

The cost of fuel, vehicle maintenance, radio equipment, and part of the department's insurance, along with other minor items, are paid by the borough. The bulk of the day-to-day operational expenses, cost of equipment maintenance, repair and replacement, ongoing fire-fighter training and new fire-fighting vehicles must come from fund raising activities and donations. Community support for these and other E.V.F.D. functions is vital to insure the future of the department. The major fund-raiser is the firemen's street fair and raffle held every year in the ball field in May or June.

To find out more, visit their Web Site
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Shaler Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Number: 911

Non-Emergency: (412) 487-0162
Administrative: (412) 487-6590
Billing: (412) 487-0163
Fax: (412) 487-2267

e-mail: 911@shalerems.com


Shaler EMS was incorporated in 1992 as a non-profit 501c3 charitable organization. We are governed by a Board of Directors consisting of seven voting members including our medical director and one ex-officio member who is the Chief of Police of Shaler Township.

Shaler EMS operates three ALS (Advanced Life Support) ambulances which are crewed by a combination of paid staff and certified volunteers.

To find out more, visit their Web Site
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