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Welcome to the Official Site for Elmsford Fire Department

Thank you for visiting.

The Elmsford Fire Department is 100% volunteer, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We train continually, learning the latest skills in firefighting and emergency medical treatment, providing the highest quality Fire and EMS service to the Village of Elmsford and our Fire Protection Districts. Located 20 minutes north of New York City, the Elmsford Fire Department is comprised of two companies: Our ladder company: Elmsford Fire Company #1 and our engine company: Live Oak Engine Company #1.

We are always looking for new members to be a part of this great team. I hope you find our site informative; and again, I thank you for stopping by.

David Signor
Chief of Department
[email protected]

Donation Drive

Donation Drive for the family, who was burned out of their home, at 17 North High Street, on Thursday night. See previous post.  

Vehicle Fire Drill

Tonight, members of the Department participated in a “Vehicle Fire Drill” at Brookfield Waste Management. Another “Bread & Butter” type drill, using equipment and practicing...
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Lt. Andy Fredericks, FDNY, Seminar & Exhibits 2022

Hosted by Elmsford Fire Department

“The Initial Response Procedures to Elevator Emergency Management”

Presented by
Firefighter Mike Dragonetti
Stamford, Ct. Fire Dept.,
“Dragon Rescue Management”

“Firefighter Safety, From Start to Finish”

Presented by
Captain Jim Walsh, FDNY, Retired
Former DES Battalion 14 Deputy Coordinator
Former Dobbs Ferry FD Chief

Current Apparatus

At 2359 hours, a full assignment was dispatched to a confirmed (reported by police) working commercial structure fire at 81 East Main Street.

Responding units encountered heavy fire conditions upon arrival.  However, the fire was quickly knocked down with the use of deck gun and two Class A foam lines.

Mutual aid units assisting at the scene: Fairview E-175, Hartsdale E-170, Irvington L-36, Valhalla R-9 (FAST), Millwood R-36 (Cascade).

Ardsley L50 and Tarrytown E80 relocated to our quarters for station coverage.

81 East Main St. 9-3-22

Our thanks to all for a job well done.