Important Dates & News

 

  • October 28th House and Hose

  • November 4th Fire School

  • November 11th  Meeting

  • November 18th Fire School

  • November 25th House and Hose    

  • December 2nd Dept Elections

  • December 9th Meeting

  • December 16th Fire School

  • December 23rd House & Hose

  • December 30th Fire School

 

 

 

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Fire Prevention Week Starts October 5th. Get new smoke detectors from the H.F.F.D.

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Come see the HFFD at the Fall Foliage Festival on October 18th and tour the Fire Safety House with us.

 

 

H.F.F.D. Wins 1st Place for Best Engine at the OCVFA Parade in Cronomer Valley

 

 

Saving Lives Thru Fire Prevention

The HFFD is now accepting applications from community members for free duel sensor smoke detectors with a 10 year battery. All smoke detector requests that meet the grant requirements will be installed by the HFFD.

This program was awarded to the HFFD thru an Assistance to Fire Fighters - Fire Prevention & Safety Grant to provide smoke detectors in high risk homes. The primary goals are to provide advance warning of a fire, reduce injury and prevent death among high-risk populations. Click here for an application.

 

 

HFFD Leads Off The 2013 OCVFA Parade

 

 

HFFD is awarded an AFG Fire Prevention & Safety Grant to provide smoke detectors to high risk homes.  The Fire Prevention & Safety (FP&S) Grants are part of the Assistance to Firefighters Grants program (AFG) and support projects that enhance the safety of the public and firefighters from fire and related hazards. The primary goal is to reduce injury and prevent death among high-risk populations. Watch for more information

 

 

Local, County and State Officials Congratulate      

 65 Year Member Louie Pelella and 40 Year Member Ken Conley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highland Falls and Cornwall Fire Departments prior to Hudson Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association Parade in Lake George

 

 

Holding a 7.5 mm bail out rope in her left hand, Fire Fighter Alex Lennon practices  bailing out a window 

 

 

 

 

Around the village many lightweight truss markings have been popping up on new and existing buildings.  These are an asset to us but only if we understand them. The Top is the TYPE of construction. The BOTTOM is the location. View a complete description here

 

 

Ice Rescue Drills

 

 

 

HFFD at the Forts Wet Down

 

 

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Sparkey with some Seniors at the Pancake Breakfast

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated -  Friday, October 24, 2014