Saranac Lake Fire Department

2014 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 33 131
Feb 24 107
Mar 25 120
Apr 21 103
May 19 118
Jun 22 103
Jul 37 182
Aug 21 169
Sep 27 144
Oct 26 145
Nov 38 153
Dec 38 153
Total 331 1628

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2013 358 1306
2012 281 1033
2011 322 1011
2010 259 1001
2009 174 950
2008 195 868
2007 191 886

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Visitors Today
Mar 06, 2015

Welcome To The Official Website Of The SLVFD

Saranac Lake Rescue Squad Has a New Website
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Member Spotlight "Frank Brier"

SLVFD News Room, February 26

In an effort to introduce the community to our members, we will periodically spotlight a different member. It is our privilege to introduce Frank Brier.

Frank Brier is currently the longest serving active member of the SLVFD and has entered his fiftieth year of volunteer fire service this year.

At age 27 Frank had decided he was going to join a fire department, it would be either Tupper Lake or ... (Full Story & Photos)

Frank Brier
Frank Brier

Fighting Fire Series by Meg Bernstein
Fighting Fire Series by Meg Bernstein

Preview the Adirondack Artists' Guild Art Auction Here "Proceeds to Benefit the SLVFD"

SLVFD News Room, January 13

To say we were blown away by the reception at the Adirondack Artists' Guild would be an understatement! Click the link below to learn about the great fundraiser these local artists are hosting for us...

The art is all on display at the Adirondack Artists' Guild located at 52 Broadway until February 1st. Auction bids may be placed at the Guild until that time.

The pictures here on the website do ... (Full Story & Photos)

Adirondack Artists' Guild to Host "Artistic" Fund Raiser to Support the SLVFD

SLVFD News Room, January 05

We are very grateful for the support of our community. This month the Adirondack Artists' Guild will host a month long silent auction for the benefit of the SLVFD. It all kicks off with a reception Friday night January 9th 2015 at 5:00pm at the Adirondack Artists' Guild located at 52 Main Street in Saranac Lake. We hope to see you there.

Below please find the Adirondack Artists' Guild press release...

Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

One of the Many pieces of art to be displayed, Credit: Valerie Patterson
One of the Many pieces of art to be displayed, Credit: Valerie Patterson

We hope you enjoy of 2014 Photo Essay, May 2015 be the best year ever.  Happy New Year from the folks of the SLVFD (photo credit Eva Stinson)
We hope you enjoy of 2014 Photo Essay, May 2015 be the best year ever. Happy New Year from the folks of the SLVFD (photo credit Eva Stinson)

New Years Photo Essay... The SLVFD Loves Our Community!!!

SLVFD News Room, January 01

Many times when we think of our fire department our first thought goes to all of the tragedy we are associated with, Fires, MVA's, Death's, Etc... We certainly do our share of this business and it certainly takes its toll on us. We counter this by the satisfaction gained from serving our community. We love our community and we certainly have a lot of fun with it.

Here is a look back in photo's ... (Full Story & Photos)

You Can Now Follow The SLVFD On Twitter!!!

SLVFD Newsroom, December 09

You can now follow the SLVFD on Twitter at @SaranacLakeFire .

We are excited to make this announcement as we add Twitter to our expanding ways to get messages to the public.

Currently the SLVFD hosts this website, a Facebook page, and now Twitter.

We think it is important for our community to stay tuned in. Sometimes the info we put out is nice to know or community spirited, however from ... (Full Story & Photos)


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100 Broadway
PO Box 509
Saranac Lake NY 12983

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