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Middletown Township’s Fire Services Strategic Plan available

The scope of the plan is about 15 months

The Middletown Township board of supervisors recently adopted the Fire Services Strategic Plan. The township re-engaged Dynamix Consulting Group to assist in the development of the plan, which aims to help improve the community’s fire services.

The supervisors held a planning session in April with volunteer companies, including Langhorne-Middletown, Penndel, Parkland, William Penn and day time staff in the Department of Fire & Emergency Management, led by Dynamix. The day of planning led to the creation of the Strategic Plan that will outline a path toward improving the community’s fire services.

The mission of the plan is, “The Middletown Township Fire Services are a unified system of highly trained volunteer fire companies supported by career firefighters who protect the lives and property of those who live, work and pass through the community.”

The plan outlines four initiatives: Structure and Funding, Department Head, Volunteer Recruitment, Staffing and Retention, and Performance Measures. The plan further outlines these initiatives and breaks them down into more specific goals and objectives.

The goals will help to address core problem areas within each initiative and build a foundation for future success of the volunteer fire companies and better position the day time staff to support their efforts while creating a more unified fire service. The scope of the plan is about 15 months. Click here to read the full Fire Services Strategic Plan.

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