Caernarvon Township
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
2139 Main Street, Narvon, PA  17555     717-445-4244

Community Information
Caernarvon Historical Society

The Caernarvon Historical Society was established in 1975 to restore the Caernarvon Presbyterian Chapel for the bicentennial in 1976. The Society sponsors a variety of events including regular business meetings in the Caernarvon Historical Society building the second Wednesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. The organization also features guest speakers and a new program called "Let's Talk History", which is held the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

The Society routinely takes part in commuinty traditions such as Memorial Day and Churchtown Days in August.

Contact Information:

    Caernarvon Historical Society
    2148 Main Street
    Narvon, PA 17555

    Yvonne Styer  (717) 445-5040

Caernarvon Fire Company

Caernarvon Fire TruckThe Caernarvon Fire Company was formed in September of 1918. It was chartered on July 24, 1920, and the first meeting was held in a newly constructed fire hall on February 1, 1923. Throughout the years, improvements, additions and remodeling were done to the hall four times, with the most recent being completed in 2009.

The Caernarvon Fire Company is a completely volunteer company with an active membership of 55. This includes fire police, firefighters and administration. The company applies for state and federal grants, while also depending upon donations from residents and businesses within the township for funding.

Contact Information:
    2145 Main St.
    Narvon, PA 17555
    (717) 445-7310

Fire Chief:
Lennie Martin (610)972-3403
Deputy Chief:
Dwayne Fisher (717)475-5104
Assistant Chief:
Dwayne Martin (717)278-6264
Hall Rentals/Banquets: 
     Janessa Fisher (717) 445-0679
Reflective Address Signs:
Janessa Fisher (717)445-0679

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Caernarvon Fire Company Ladies' Auxiliary

The Ladies' Auxiliary was founded in 1921. The main goal of the Ladies' Auxiliary is to assist and support the fire department financially and socially in its many activities; be it serving food and drinks to the firefighters at the scene of a fire, helping them at a social function or donating money to the department for the purchase of safety equipment or help with hall renovations.

The Ladies' Auxiliary raises money by catering banquets at the fire hall, selling concessions at the Memorial Day Parade and selling food at local public sales. 

Contact Information:
Kathy Martin (717)405-5107

Elverson Honey Brook EMS
610-286-8925  (non-emergency)

Fivepointville Ambulance Service
717-445-5937 (non-emergency)
New Holland Ambulance Association
717-354-5181 (non-emergency)
Poole Forge MansionHistoric Poole Forge

Nestled into the hillside along the Conestoga creek, sets the once vibrant iron plantation called Poole Forge. The spectacular 1700’s Iron Masters mansion, paymasters house, tenant houses, lime kilns and covered bridge dating from 1859, create the perfect setting for special events. This beautiful and peaceful setting provides the perfect backdrop for outside weddings, family reunions in the pavilion, casual get togethers around the playground and picnics throughout the park.

Historic Poole Forge
P.O. Box 127
Narvon, PA 17555

ELANCO Library

Elanco Library is located at 11 Chestnut Street, New Holland.  Hours are: Monday - Thursday 10 am - 8 pm, Friday 10 am - 1 pm, and Saturday 10 am - 1 pm.  Visit or call 717-354-0525 for more information.

Honey Brook Library

Honey Brook Library is located at 687 Compass Road, Honey Brook.  Hours are: Monday & Wednesday 11 am - 6 pm, Tuesday & Thursday  11 am - 8 pm, Friday  11 am - 5 pm, 
Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday Closed.  Visit or call 610-273-3303 for more information.