Alarm Totals for 2015

January --- 69
February -- 75
March ----- 71
April ------- 58
May -------- 71
June ------- 73
July -------- 64
August ---- 58
September- 68
October --- 69
November - 66
December - 78

Alarms - 820
Drills - 37
Meetings - 13
Other Details - 9

Total - 879 activities for 2015

Alarms -749
Drills - 37
Meetings -12
Other Details - 15

Total - 813 activities for 2014

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Wednesday, January 13, 2016


The Penfield Volunteer Fire company closed out 2015 with a total of 879 activities for the year.
There were 820 alarms, 37 drills, 13 meetings, and 9 miscellaneous details.  2015's numbers are up from 2014 which had 813 activities for the entire year.

Since record keeping was started back in the 1940's the fire company has officially responded to over 30,000 calls in the town of Penfield.
Friday, September 11, 2015

New Engine 373

The Penfield Fire District has recently taken delivery of a new Engine - 373. This Newly Redesigned 2015 Pierce Saber Cab is powered by a 450 hp engine,  1250 GPM top mounted pump and a 6kw hydraulic generator. Seating for 8 FF's including the driver. 750 Gallon water tank with 30 gallons of Class B foam. Vehicle will carry 1200 feet of 5" inch supply hose and 900 feet of various attack hose lines. This vehicle will be placed in service shortly.    

Bathroom Fire In Multi Story Apartment Building

Just before 7:30am this morning Penfield Volunteer Firefighters were called to the Oakbriar Apartments off of Willow Pond Way for the report of smoke in the structure.  2nd Captain 3C57 was the first arriving fire officer and was notified by a Sherriff’s Deputy already on scene of a bathroom fire. The crew from the first arriving engine company made entry to find an apartment fully charged with smoke and a fire in the bathroom. The fire was quickly extinguished and the area was checked for extension with no extension found. Smoke was removed from apartments on several floors and residents were allowed to return to their apartments with the exception of the apartment where the fire originated. Fairport responded with one Engine as the RIC Team. 
Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Fire on the exterior of the house 9/6/15

Sunday morning just after 6am Penfield Volunteers received an alarm for the report of a room on fire on Brauston Drive.  First arriving chiefs found a three seasons room with a fire on the exterior of the home.  Firefighters on the first arriving engine put out the remaining hot spots and there was extensive overhaul to be done but luckily most damage was contained to the outside of the home.
The fire was discovered by the homeowner when he woke up early in the morning.  The cause was accidental when a towel which caught on fire in the kitchen earlier that evening was thrown out the backyard which in turn set the mulch on fire which spread to the house overnight (it appears it took the fire the entire night to creep back to the structure).

This is the second close call for Penfield residents and volunteer firefighters as earlier this year in June almost same thing happened at the Mountain Lane apartments. In that case a blanket caught fire inside an apartment and was then taken outside to a balcony thought to be extinguished but hours later rekindled almost setting the structure on fire.

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The Penfield Fire Company is comprised of 100% VOLUNTEERS of both men and women living in the community of Penfield, NY. Our Units operate within a 30 square mile district that covers over 11,500 residences which makes up a large portion of the town of Penfield along with areas in the town of Perinton. We respond 24 hours a day 365 days a year to help anyone in the community during a time of need.


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