WELCOME TO VERONA, PA

WELCOME TO VERONA, PA

Established in 1871 and occupies one half square mile.

BOROUGH OF VERONA, PENNSYLVANIA

BOROUGH OF VERONA, PENNSYLVANIA

Verona Municipal Borough Building is located at 736 East Railroad Avenue, Verona, PA 15147. Borough Manager - Mark Stanton 412-828-8080 (office) 412-794-8691 (fax) Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Closed on official holidays.

VERONA PA MONUMENT

VERONA PA MONUMENT

This bell once sitting on top of Verona High School is now displayed in the monument in front of the Verona Borough Building along with a memorial of the fallen Verona, PA police officers.

VERONA, PA POLICE DEPARTMENT

VERONA, PA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Proud of our Verona, PA police officers that protect our town.

VERONA, PA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

VERONA, PA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

Proud of our Verona PA firemen who keep our town safe.

 

Fire Department

Verona, Pa Fire Department

Verona PA Fire Department

(Front Row, L to R): Donald Roth, Cody Major, Jim Loheyde, Mich Fowkes, Andy Tihey, Ray Suchevich (Back Row, L to R): Ed Blacksmith, Donald Cleary, Dan Tihey, Mark McClelland,  P J McClelland, Dave Flynn, Mike Garcia, Dave Gagetta

Verona PA Fire chief

VVFD

Ray Suchevich has served as the Verona VFD. Fire Chief since 2006. He replaced retiring, 25 year veteran Chief, Tom Tihey Verona’s Volunteer Fire Department (Verona VFD). The Verona Volunteer Fire Department celebrated its Centennial Celebration in 1989. In the 120+ years since its founding,  the Verona VFC  has seen many technological changes in equipment and fire fighting techniques.  But, what hasn’t changed is the dedication displayed by the highly skilled and disciplined volunteers who serve.  They are the true heroes who give their time to serve and protect the citizens of Verona and the surrounding communities 365 days a year.

The major duties and responsibilities of a firefighter include the knowledge and abilities in:

• fire suppression
•  rescue procedures
• advanced EMS procedures
• fire investigation procedures
• fire prevention guidelines and procedures
• the operation of fire fighting equipment
• knowledge of department rules and regulations
•  public relations techniques

In addition fire fighters must be physically fit.
So the next time you hear the fire station alarm sounding off, take a moment to say a silent prayer and a “thank-you” for more of “Verona’s finest”.  The residents of Verona salute the exemplary work performed by it fire company.  They truly merit the title, “Verona’s Finest”.

WHAT YOU CAN DO…

Take some time and perform a Fire Safety Checklist Inspection.  Click HERE   for the checklist.
Install dual sensing fire alarms. CHECK MONTHLY!  For detailed information about choosing, installing, and maintaining smoke alarms click HERE.
Teach young children about fire safety.   Click HERE.