30th Anniversary

Help celebrate 30 years of inspiring connections with a landmark homecoming in Hugh Moore Park!

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Things to Do

Fireman’s Drinking Fountain

Things to Do

Fireman’s Drinking Fountain 500 Main Street Slatington, PA 18080 Get Directions

The Fireman’s Drinking Fountain was dedicated in 1909 by Hose Company # 1, Slatington. The 12 foot high statue was purchased from J. W. Fiske Iron Works, New York City, for $700 and depicts a volunteer fireman carrying a child on his left arm and holding a lantern in his right hand.

Erected in the center of the Borough of Slatington, to supply a public water source on Main Street, the fountain was designed to provide a drinking fountain for people and a drinking area for horses and dogs. The statue was intended to be symbol of volunteer service, vigilance, and humanity.