Activities Totals - 2021

January ---  74

February -- 67

March ----- 55

April ------- 

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September-

October --- 

November - 

December - 

Total - 196

Includes Drill, Meetings, and Alarms


2020 - 862 activities

2019 - 881 activities

2018 - 924 activities

2017 - 946 activities

2016 - 934 activities



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VOLUNTEER SERVICE FOR 180 YEARS

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.

House Fire Edenfield Rd
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March 12th 2021 House Fire

Fire crews responded to Edenfield Road Friday evening March 12th for multiple calls to 911 reporting a garage on fire.


First arriving officer's found a garage fully involved with fire extension into the main portion of the house. Command declared a working fire and immediately requested additional units to the scene.  Fire damage was contained to the garage and the upstairs bedrooms with smoke and water damage throughout the rest of the home. No injuries were reported, crews were out for about 3 hours.

House Fire Ross Brook
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February 22nd 2021 House Fire

911 calls were received at 2145 hrs reporting a fire on Ross Brook Drive. First arriving units reported heavy smoke showing from the roof of a two story residential structure. All occupants had safely exited the structure prior to Fire Company arrival. First-in companies initiated an aggressive interior attack on the second floor. Crews battled heavy fire which was enhanced by windy weather conditions. Fire eventually caused a partial collapse of a portion of the roof area. There were no injuries reported to occupants or first responders. Units were on scene for several hours. Red Cross was on scene to offer assistance to the homeowners. Thank you to our mutual aid companies that assisted on scene or that provided coverage for the rest of the district while units were tied up on scene.


Chief Bob Ockenden

House Fire Creek St
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February 13th 2021 - House Fire

A cell phone call was received to 911 just after 1pm for the report of smoke showing from the front of a home on Creek St. Crews arrived to find fire in a front room and second floor bedroom.

The fire had also traveled into several void spaces in the roof knee walls. A quick knock down was made on the bulk of the fire and several walls upstairs were opened up to get to the pockets of hidden fire.

No injuries were reported and several dogs were able to be rescued from the structure unharmed.

Thank you to our mutual aid companies who assisted on scene, West Webster FD, Brighton FD as well as MCSO for their assistance.

2020 call volume
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As 2020 closes out the Penfield Volunteer Fire Company responded to 827 alarms, had 12 meetings and 23 drills throughout the year.
No Polling at Penfield Fire Stations this year
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-No polling at the Fire Stations this Year-

Just a reminder that this year the Penfield Fire Stations around the town are NOT acting as polling sites due to the covid-19 pandemic. Check out the link below that will take you to the Monroe County's Board of Election website to help you locate your polling site:

https://www.monroecounty.gov/etc/voter/

Car fire 7/20/20
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Penfield Firefighters responded this afternoon to a car crash at Rt 250 and New Wickham Drive with the report of a vehicle on fire. Both drivers had escaped there vehicles and were away from the flames by the time the fire company arrived. Both drivers were evaluated by Penfield Volunteer Emergency Ambulance, the sheriffs are investigating the cause of the crash