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Delmar Fire Department

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145 Adams St, Delmar, NY 12054
(518) 475-7310 Additional Contacts
 
History Ninety-four years ago on May 15th, 1911 a small group of residents gathered at the Adams House (The Old Town Hall) to discuss the formation of a volunteer fire company. The Company continued to hold their meetings and the Adams House until 192...read more
History Ninety-four years ago on May 15th, 1911 a small group of residents gathered at the Adams House (The Old Town Hall) to discuss the formation of a volunteer fire company. The Company continued to hold their meetings and the Adams House until 1920, when it was purchased by the fire department. In 1917 the first piece of equipment was a 1917 American LaFrance soda and acid truck on a Ford chassis. 1925 saw a new Larabie Hose Cart. This truck was sold to Midway Fire Department in 1941 to help them start their fine fire department. 1934 brought a new Mack fire truck into the department and that vehicle is still kept as our parade truck and can be seen at dress parades and is on display at Delmar Station #1. In 1939 the Delmar Rescue Squad was organized as part of the Delmar Fire Department and an ambulance was donated by Peter Applebee. In 1941 a new Mack fire truck was added to the department and as stated in the previous paragraph the Larabie went to Midway Fire Department. Delmar Fire Department provides fire protection to nearly 3,700 properties in the Delmar Fire District and 8,700 properties in the elmar-Elsmere-Slingerlands Ambulance Districts in the Town of Bethlehem, New York. Nearly 80 local residents volunteer their time and put their lives at risk on behalf of our local residents. The Delmar Fire District is currently exploring opportunities to construct a new fire and ambulance station. The community's input and involvement in this project is vital to its success. As such, we invite the public to participate in a series of open meetings to discuss the growing needs in the community and the options available to the Fire District. Please try to attend these meetings and watch this website and other local media for more information
 
 

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History Ninety-four years ago on May 15th, 1911 a small group of residents gathered at the Adams House (The Old Town Hall) to discuss the formation of a volunteer fire company. The Company continued to hold their meetings and the Adams House until 1920, when it was purchased by the fire department. In 1917 the first piece of equipment was a 1917 American LaFrance soda and acid truck on a Ford chassis. 1925 saw a new Larabie Hose Cart. This truck was sold to Midway Fire Department in 1941 to help them start their fine fire department. 1934 brought a new Mack fire truck into the department and that vehicle is still kept as our parade truck and can be seen at dress parades and is on display at Delmar Station #1. In 1939 the Delmar Rescue Squad was organized as part of the Delmar Fire Department and an ambulance was donated by Peter Applebee. In 1941 a new Mack fire truck was added to the department and as stated in the previous paragraph the Larabie went to Midway Fire Department. Delmar Fire Department provides fire protection to nearly 3,700 properties in the Delmar Fire District and 8,700 properties in the elmar-Elsmere-Slingerlands Ambulance Districts in the Town of Bethlehem, New York. Nearly 80 local residents volunteer their time and put their lives at risk on behalf of our local residents. The Delmar Fire District is currently exploring opportunities to construct a new fire and ambulance station. The community's input and involvement in this project is vital to its success. As such, we invite the public to participate in a series of open meetings to discuss the growing needs in the community and the options available to the Fire District. Please try to attend these meetings and watch this website and other local media for more information