Emergency Response • Emergency Operations Plan
In the event of an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
The Milford Township Board of Supervisors exercises primary supervision and control over activities within the municipality and the four phases of emergency management; mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. A municipal Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) is appointed by the Board of Supervisors and shall act on behalf of the elected officials. An Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been designated by the municipality, and may be activated by the EMC or the elected officials during an emergency.
Emergency Operations Plan
The township maintains an Emergency Operations Plan which is followed during an emergency.
Bucks County also has an office for emergency management coordination. They support the county commissioners during an emergency situation. Visit the Bucks County Emergency Services Division. (This link will take you off this website.)
Milford Township includes 3 Fire and Rescue Departments that service the Township’s needs.
P.O. Box 205
Milford Square, PA 18935
Firefighters are people just like you. We rely on them in times of emergency. They give something that money can’t buy. Now these volunteers need you to help keep these services alive. While you may not want to fight fires or respond to accidents, you may find it fun to help at the carnival, serve at a dinner, teach fire prevention, or even help Santa deliver presents.
While it may sound like you are being asked to give, you will find much more that you receive; a sense of community and human compassion. And that’s something money can’t buy!