Every month, KROCK will be honoring a local Fire Department for their dedication to Central New York by inducting them in to our “Hall of Flame.” Not only does this give us an opportunity to show our gratitude to the brave men & women of our local fire departments, but it gives those departments access to the massive reach of KROCK to promote anything they like! To nominate a department, fill out the form on the bottom of this page.




OCTOBER, 2020: North Syracuse Fire Department The North Syracuse Fire Department is a 100% Volunteer organization that provides fire protection to the Village of North Syracuse, Town of Cicero, and the Town of Clay in Onondaga County, State of New York. Members of the North Syracuse Fire Department live or work in our community.

The North Syracuse Fire District is comprised of fifteen square miles and provides protection and rescue services to 25,000 residents. We also provides service to several major interstate highways, fourteen schools and daycare centers, a large medical complex, several senior and assisted living facilities, commercial businesses and industrial facilities.

Since its inception in 1913, the North Syracuse Fire Department has been known as a distinguished and progressive organization. We have celebrated many accomplishments that were achieved through the hard work and dedication of our membership. North Syracuse Firefighters take pride in our mission and have helped others with professional persistence, overwhelming dedication, and extreme bravery for over 100 years.


SEPTEMBER, 2020: Cazenovia Fire Department We have been proudly serving the Cazenovia area for over 200 years. We are staffed y volunteers and provide the highest quality of professionalism and service that we are held to. We assist CAVAC along with other EMS agencies with first response medical care as well as fire suppression to the greater Cazenovia area as well as Mutual Aid response to surrounding towns and counties. In addition to Fire and EMS we have personnel trained in Search and Rescue, Rope Rescue and Water Rescue


JUNE, 2020: Elbridge Fire & Rescue When the first tones go off, and the first page goes out. The whistle starts to blow and many people go put their lives on the line to save yours. Many of these men and women are leaving their families knowing that they may never see them again. If your a firefighter, know one, or love one post this and show them that your proud of what they do.

We are proud and honored of all of our members for doing what needs to be done at a moments notice.

As always we are looking for new members to come help us help you. If interested or have questions on what it entails, message the page or stop down to Elbridge Fire Station..


MAY, 2020: Marcellus V.F.D. Present membership in the Marcellus Volunteer Fire Department includes active members, as well as a number of life and honorary members. A Fire Chief and eight line officers guide the activities of these volunteers. The members of the department are a dedicated, courteous and well trained group of men and women who continue to provide a constant vigilance over lives and property in the Marcellus community. They are true to a calling that began over 120 years ago, and it is still a very valued calling to this day..


Baldwinsville V.F.D.
Baldwinsville Fire Department. Protects the lives and property of the community by providing services in the event of fire, medical emergencies, and disasters or any other event which may threaten the public welfare.


JANUARY, 2020:
Deerfield V.F.D.
The Deerfield Volunteer Fire Company No #1, Inc serves the Town of Deerfield, NY, along with an approximate 6-mile stretch of the New York State Thruway. The department operates out of two firehouses, and responds with three engine companies, two rescue companies and a tanker. The Deerfield Fire Company has a proud history of dedicated service to its surrounding community.


Fairmount V.F.D.
The Fairmount Fire Department was initially housed in a two-bay structure across from the current Fairmount Gardens on West Genesee Street. As Fairmount continued to grow, a new station located at 4611 West Genesee Street was constructed and dedicated on October 25th, 1959 with a modest three-bay configuration. Since then, the station has been expanded on three times, which added an additional back-in bay and four drive-through bays. Today, the station houses a bunkhouse capable of sleeping five, officer and executive offices, a fully equipped gym, meeting room, large commercial kitchen, and firefighter lounge. A separate detached building houses the Bunk-in Program.


Whitesboro V.F.D

Every day, the dedicated men and women of the Whitesboro Volunteer Fire Department proudly put their lives on hold to answer a neighbor’s call for help – a fact that distinguishes the volunteer fire service from other municipal services.
They don’t just save lives and property – they also save each of us hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a year, by providing the most important part of any emergency response – the trained rescuers – for free.


OCTOBER, 2019:
Syracuse City
The Syracuse Fire Department protects a 25-square-mile area with a population of 144,000 that grows significantly during daytime hours. The department provides fire protection and prevention services for four major hospitals, many downtown office buildings, Hancock International Airport, Interstates 81 and 690, as well as Syracuse University and the Carrier Dome. Currently over 350 firefighters staff the department and answer over 21,000 alarms a year of which over 1,000 are fires.


Mattydale V.F.D.
The Mattydale fire department is 100% volunteer with approximately 40 members, but we are always in need of new members! Come Join Today! The Mattydale Fire department covers about 1.9 square miles and on average runs about 1,200 calls a year! There are lots of rewarding benefits when you become a volunteer with us! As a volunteer you get the reward of helping your fellow neighbor in their time of need. All training is completely free to you, if you just want to stick with being a firefighter, or you can take classes to become a NYS CFR, EMT or so on! The choices are yours! When you join the Fire Department, you are joining one big family.This is a brotherhood! 


AUGUST, 2019:
Sylvan Beach V.F.D.
To inculcate love of country, good citizenship, civic virtue and self sacrifice, and to perpetuate the spirit which from the earliest days has actuated volunteer firemen in the rendition of service of the highest type in the protection of life and property from fire, accident, or sickness, without hope of fee or reward.


JULY, 2019:
Oswego & Oswego Town Fire Departments

The Oswego Fire Department strives to improve the safety and quality of life of the residents and visitors of the City of Oswego by providing public education and fire prevention activities, as well as providing a force of trained, professional first responders capable of handling emergencies. Proudly serving the the over 8,000 residents of the Town of Oswego in their time of need.


JUNE, 2019:
Stittville V.F.D.
A volunteer fire company dedicated to safety and welfare of our community and the surrounding area.
Participating in various parades, chicken BBQs and community events.


MAY, 2019: 
The New Hartford Fire Department is actually two separate and distinct organizations. The Fire Department is a true department of Village Government. It’s Chief is elected by the membership as well as all the fire officers. The Fire Department is responsible for the prevention of, and extinguishment of fires as they may occur in the district. Additionally, over the years, the scope has evolved to include Emergency Medical Service, Hazardous Materials Response, etc. In addition to the Fire Department, the New Hartford Firemen’s Benevolent Association, created in the early 1930’s, was established to maintain the health and welfare of it’s membership. The Benevolent Association maintains a slate of “civil” officers that includes a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and the like. This organization is made up of all current and former active members of the fire department.


APRIL, 2019:
Minoa V.F.D.
Whether it’s their annual field days, or their iconic green trucks, the Minoa Fire Dept. has been a staple in their community since 1913. Be sure to stop by Station 2 on Saturday, April 27th for a day of demonstrations & to learn about volunteering! The Minoa Fire Department is always looking for members. They are accepting applications for Interior Firefighters, Drivers, EMT’s and support personnel. Please Stop at either station for an application.Contact the Fire House at 315-656-9204 For More Information


MARCH, 2019:
Moyer’s Corners
Founded in 1948, the Moyers Corners Fire Department is a 100% volunteer department located in the densely populated northern section of Onondaga County, New York. They provide fire, rescue and emergency medical services within the Town of Clay. With an urban/suburban response area of approximately 20 square miles, the department protects a resident poplution of over 70,000 and a daytime popultion of over 125,000. They have a diversified fire district comprised of extensive single family dwellings, multiple occupancy apartments, townhouses and garden apartment structures, industrial facilities, churches, schools, business/office parks and commercial retail centers and complexes. Major interstate and highway systems criss-cross through the district which includes major railroad lines and over five miles of river/waterfront. 



Fire departments need more than just fire fighters! From accounting to making pancakes, many of our local fire departments are 100% volunteer! See if you can help here:

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