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2601 Wm Penn Highway – Security Office

 John D. Remaley, Safe Schools Director

610-250-2481 Extension #32029

Fax 610-829-5710

Easton, PA 18045


On Wednesday June 10th, 2020 the Easton Area School District, with assistance from the City of Easton, Borough of Wilson, and Forks and Palmer Townships will provide the Easton Area High School Graduating Class of 2020 with a Vehicular Graduation Procession through the community to celebrate their achievement.  We invite the public to celebrate with our seniors and help send them off on their next steps in their life’s journey.

The procession will begin at 6:00pm on June 10th and travel from the Easton Area Middle School by way of Old Mill Rd. to Sullivan Trail and then travel down College Hill by way of Cattell St. into downtown Easton.  The procession will then move from the Centre Square area along Northampton St out to the Easton Area High School Campus and enter the campus from Milford St. off of William Penn Highway.  The procession is expected to take approx. forty-five (45) minutes.  Officers from the four municipalities will be stationed along the procession route in order to assist with traffic control and any emergencies that may arise.

We request that the public consider this procession route during the time between 6:00pm and 7:00pm on Wednesday June 10th, 2020 and plan their trip and route of travel accordingly.  We apologize for any inconveniences that this may cause anyone and reiterate that police officers will be stationed along the route to assist the public, ensure that this event runs as smoothly as possible and see that public inconvenience is held to a minimum.

Thank you for helping us provide the EAHS Graduating Class of 2020 with what should be a memorable graduation procession given the trying times that our community is experiencing.

Please be advised that the rain date for this event is Thursday, June 11th, 2020.


Requests for Fire Department Appearance’s

Given the current situation and the need to keep our first responders healthy to respond to emergency calls, we are sorry to say we cannot support these requests at this time. We are saddened that it has come to this as we are normally very active within the community and would like nothing more than to put smiles on faces during this difficult time. 

That being said, we are formulating the logistics to provide this type of service at a later time as the pandemic along with restrictions begin to decline. We would be happy to do something for you at a later date. We are taking name, address, and phone numbers of requests to schedule hopefully in May. Again, we apologize for not being able to fulfill your request at this time.

Thank You for Understanding!

Palmer Municipal Fire Department

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No Caption Lower Nazareth 2nd Alarm Dwelling Fire

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, March 16

On Monday 3/16/2020 the Palmer Municipal Fire Department was requested into Lower Nazareth for the reported Dwelling Fire. Shortly after Dispatch Truck 27-22 and 27-12 went responding. While enroute the truck was assigned RIT duties and once arrived on scene took up that role. The crew from 27-22 and 27-12 also assisted with throwing ladders and advancing hand lines.... (Full Story & Photos)

3rd Fire this Week, taking it into Wilson Boro

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, January 31

On Thursday January 30th 2020 @17:01 PMFD was requested into Wilson Boro on Working Dwelling Fire. 27-22 and 27-12 responded on the assignment. Crews took up the RIT responsibilities and assisted with throwing ladders and other fire ground tasks as assigned .

All Photos Courtesy of LV Fire PIX... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption RIT Response into Plainfield Township

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, January 29

On Wednesday January 29th 2020 @14:30 PMFD was requested into Plainfield Township on the Working Dwelling Fire. 27-22 and 27-12 responded on the assignment. Crews took up the RIT responsibilities initially, but as the incident progressed assisted with master stream operations. Additional, manpower provided support performing multiple tasks as requested.

All Photos Courtesy of LV Fire PIX... (Full Story & Photos)

Dryer fire with extension to second floor bedroom

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, January 26

On Sunday January 26 the PMFD was dispatched to the 2700 block of Tamlynn Lane. The crew from 27-12, worked on knocking down hot spots on the first floor while the crew from 27-22 stretched a 1 3/4 to the second floor after finding the fire had progressed into a second floor bedroom. After putting water on the fire ventilation was performed and the fire was marked under control shortly after. Crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Charging Station Fire - Amazon Warehouse

Battalion Chief Ken Sobieski, July 27

On 7/26/2018 @ 9:07pmthe PMFD was dispatched to Amazon on Van Buren Road for the reported fire alarm and smoke condition. While enroute crews were advised of a working fire and 15 Fire (Hanover Township) was added for the RIT assignment. Battalion Chief Sobieski arrived on scene and advised of a heavy smoke condition within the building. Assistant Chief Alercia arrived shortly after and established ... (Full Story & Photos)


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