CLIFTON SPRINGS FIRE DEPARTMENT



Department Stats
 
2021 Monthly Call Totals
 Month
 Fire / EMS
January
6
February 20
March

April 
May

June-
July
August

September
October
November
 December
 
2020 Monthly Call Totals
 Month
 Fire / EMS
January
39
February 26
March
28
April  11
May
20
June- 20
July 32
August
25
September 18
October 26
November 20
 December 18
 
 
 Yearly Call Totals
 Year
Fire/EMS
2013
375
2014 455
2015
412
2016
476
2017
358
2018
422
2019
444
2020
283
2021
 
 

LODD Yearly Totals
 Year
Totals
2020
63
2019
57
2018
85
2017
93
2016
89
2015
86
2014 94
2013
101
2012
83
2011
81
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The Clifton Springs Fire Department is proud to present Nate Cook with the 2020 Firefighter of the Year Award.

Nate joined the CSFD in 2017 as an interior firefighter.  In 2020 he earned the title of Lieutenant and is active in every aspect of the department, including community awareness, banquet committee, numerous special events, and is a top responder and trainer recipient.

CONGRATULATIONS NATE & THANK YOU
FOR ALL YOU DO!!!!

 

The Officers and Members of the Clifton Springs Fire Department would like to thank the following individuals, families, groups, businesses, and anonymous donors who have supported us during our 2020 fund drive. Your support is greatly appreciated.

You may contact us on any Monday evening between the hours of 6:30 P.M. and 8:30 P.M. at 462-7501 to receive an application for membership or for answers to your fire prevention questions. We apologize to anyone who donated to us in 2020, if their name was inadvertently left off.

Click here to view a full size image of our Thank You Ad.

  

 

 



 

The New 531 Is In Service
 
We would like to introduce to you the newest truck in our fleet at the Clifton Springs Fire Department, 4-Guys Pumper Tanker.
 
The new 531 holds 1500 gallons of water and will be out first due engine for structure fires and auto alarms.  This engine replaces the old 531 which was 30 years old, a 1990 Pierce Engine.
 

If you're driving and approaching an emergency scene, police car, tow truck or a construction vehicle on the highway remember to slow down and move over. Allow us space to work safely and go home to our families. 

 








 


Print the above form/application and bring the completed form/application down to the firehouse, 
Mondays between 6:30-8:00 pm
 
Donation Information
If you would like to make a donation to the Clifton Springs Fire Department,
please mail donations to:
Clifton Springs Fire Department
P.O. Box 15
Clifton Springs, NY 14432
(All donations are tax deductible with a receipt upon request)

 

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Clifton Springs Fire Department

39 Kendall Street, Clifton Springs, NY 14432
 

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