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New Station is Completed!

We have officially moved into our new station! The journey for our building project began more than 6 years ago with the realization that the space we had was not sufficient for our growing service. We now have room for increased training opportunities, bunk rooms for members to stay while staffing the trucks, garage area to house all 3 of our trucks, space to secure supplies, and space for our engineers and other officers to work as needed. All areas of the station will be used to maximize our abilities to continue to provide high quality care to our community. It will take time to put everything in place and we ask that if you stop in to bear with us while we make it home.  


While we are aware that not everyone is excited about the project, we are humbled by the overwhelming support of our community. We are extremely thankful to all the businesses, community members, local municipalities, and our volunteers who have donated either financially, with supplies, or giving time to the project. We cannot say thank you enough! It is only with the continued support of the local businesses and community members we are able to provide the service that we do.

We wish to send a heartfelt THANK YOU to the officer and members of the Fivepointville Fire Company for you willingness to house us for the past 7 months. Your generosity and hospitality is greatly appreciated!


Please feel free to stop in when someone is in the office to take a look around.





Station 36 is now in service!

On December 31, 2013 the call sign for Ambulance 3-19 was changed to Ambulance 36. This change is being done to accommodate a new dispatching system put in place by Lancaster County Wide Communications that required all EMS stations to go to a two digit number. This will have no change in our operations.




Fivepointville Ambulance Service has trained, dedicated volunteers and staff ready, at the sound of the tones, to serve the local community in which we service.  Watch the attached video to see one, of the many times, in which our team at Fivepointville was called to respond.



On Friday evening, May 17 Fivepointville Ambulance had the honor to support the Bowmansville Fire Company in celebrating 100 years of service to the Bowmansville community.  The weather was beautiful and the evening started off with the parade which ended at the Fire Station, followed by a 100th Celebration ceremony which included the dedication of the bell and then evening ended with fireworks at 9:00 pm. Fivepointville Ambulance Association is dispatched throughout the year to work along with these dedicated volunteers and we would like to congratulate your team on this milestone of 100 years of serving the Bowmansville community.