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The HVFD is saddened with the lost of one of its Active Members, Ed Waltos, who passed away @ 11:20 P.M. on July 15, 2014 while at Somerset Hospice.  Ed was not only a active member, he was the guy you always seen dirving the "Old Army Tanker" and then the 1994 Mack Tanker.  For 25 years, he was the "Voice and Caller" at the Fire Department's Weekly Bingo Game.  In addition to being a active fireman, he was a Life Member of the HVFD, EMT, Charter Member of the Hooversville Rescue Squad, and only one of two Amateur Radio Operators (N3FOZ) in Hooversville Borough.  And for some of us, he taught us a unique way to "Sneeze" ( His Nickname).  Ed, you will be sadly missed as a Brother Firemen, Amateur Radio Operator, and Friend.  73's

National Night Out on Tuesday, August 5th from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. at the Hooversville Firemen's Grove and sponsored by Somerset Trust Co.


Welcome to the Hooversville Vol. Fire Dept., established on Nov. 22, 1922, and still proudly providing Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service to Hooversville Borough, and portions of Quamahoning, Paint, and Shade Townships.

Rescue 614-1

Attack 614-2

Tanker 614-4


 Calls Per Month

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7/23/2014 - Tree Down on the Roadway

Rt. 403 South of Hooversville Borough in Quemahoning Twp.

7/21/2014 - Lift Assist to Station 640

Family Dollar Store, 996 Barn Street, in Hooversville Borough. Call was canceled before response.

7/13/2014 - Tree down on the Roadway

Slagle Hill Road, Hooversville, in Quemahoning Twp. Rescue 614-2 Responded

Call Archives


Jul 2014: 3
Jun 2014: 7
May 2014: 7
Apr 2014: 3
Mar 2014: 5
Feb 2014: 1
Jan 2014: 5
Dec 2013: 6
Nov 2013: 10
Oct 2013: 5
Sep 2013: 8
Aug 2013: 13
Jul 2013: 10
Jun 2013: 10
May 2013: 8
Apr 2013: 7
Mar 2013: 7
Feb 2013: 8
Jan 2013: 5