Saranac Lake Fire Department


2016 Incidents
Jan 20
Feb 0
Mar 0
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
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Nov 0
Dec 0
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2015 290
2014 331
2013 358
2012 281
2011 322
2010 259
2009 174
2008 195
2007 191

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CONGRATULATIONS CHIEF BRENDAN KEOUGH
2016 KING OF THE SARANAC LAKE WINTER CARNIVAL

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"Mutual Aid-Bloomingdale School Evacuated"

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King Brendan Keough and Queen Kathy Ford:  King and Queen of the 2016 Saranac Lake Winter Carnival
King Brendan Keough and Queen Kathy Ford: King and Queen of the 2016 Saranac Lake Winter Carnival

SLVFD Chief Keough reigns as 2016 King of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival

SLVFD News Room, February 06

We know that viewership of this website extends beyond the boundaries of Saranac Lake and even New York, so a little description of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival and its royalty is in order.

It is claimed that Saranac Lake hosts the oldest winter carnival in the USA. The carnival holds its roots to being a mid winter break from the severe winters common to Saranac Lake. The week long event ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SLVFD to Host Lighted Fire Truck Parade, Area Fire Departments to Escort Santa to Town Hall. *Friday the 11th at 6:00pm*

SLVFD News Room, December 06

Once again area fire departments will converge on Saranac Lake to help escort Santa to the Harrietstown Town Hall where he will have a chance to visit with area children.

The event is sponsored by Home Energy of Saranac Lake and has traditionally had a fire truck participate. Last year we upped the ante and invited surrounding fire departments to join us by decorating their trucks and leading ... (Full Story & Photos)

"Rudolf-The Red Nosed Ladder Truck"
"Rudolf-The Red Nosed Ladder Truck"

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Members of the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department pose with the gifts and Patti Ploof representing "Holiday Helpers"
Members of the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department pose with the gifts and Patti Ploof representing "Holiday Helpers"

SLVFD Hosts 2nd Annual Toy Drive

SLVFD News Room, November 28

On November 28th the SLVFD hosted our second annual toy drive to assist "Holiday Helpers". Holiday Helpers is a great local program that provides toys and other needed items to area children in need during the holiday season. Our drive is intended to assist Holiday Helpers effort in making the holidays a happy experience for all children.

Folks from town, organizations, and other groups of first ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Right Now!!! SLVFD's Toy Drive 10:00am - 2:00pm "Come on Down"

SLVFD News Room, November 28

Toys are coming in and the House is starting to look a little like Christmas.

If you haven't already done so, come on down to the firehouse, visit with the firefighters, drop off an unwrapped toy for the annual Holiday Helper Toy Drive.

Toys have starting coming in, and firefighters are finishing up our Christmas Decorations...

We would love to see you!!!... (Full Story & Photos)

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Emergency Personnel from throughout the north country receive surface ice rescue training hosted by Lifeguard Systems and the SLVFD.
Emergency Personnel from throughout the north country receive surface ice rescue training hosted by Lifeguard Systems and the SLVFD.

Annual Reminder

SLVFD News Room, November 25

Although many people believe ice is safe after a cold snap and even though they may see some animals on the ice and the snow covering it. We at the Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department believe that "NO ICE IS SAFE ICE".

Ice forms under many conditions. The cold air creates cold surface water, and at a given point the surface water begins to freeze. The type of ice is determined by many factors ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department
100 Broadway
PO Box 509
Saranac Lake NY 12983


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