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Welcome to the Saratoga County Firematic Officer's web site.

The County Fire Advisory Board will meet on Monday, February 27th, 2023 at 7 PM. 

The meeting will be held at the Paul E Lent Public Safety Building.


Report a Struck By Incident

The Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI), a committee of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association (CVVFA), has worked for years to improve the safety of those who respond to incidents on America’s roadways. Continuing to be proactive in this effort, CVVFA/ERSI has again worked to develop a better document and analyze how and where our country’s first responders are being struck, injured, and killed. This will be accomplished through this enhanced platform and capability to solicit and collect struck by incident information from voluntary reporters and significantly upgrading its data collection functionality and depth.

It typically takes 3-4 minutes to complete this reporting form. There are twelve very brief sections. All questions are optional. Please provide as much information as you can. If you do not know the answer to a question, skip it.

use this link to make a report of the Incident:  ---------->

 2023   Meeting Dates & Locations

February 20th - Arvin Hart Fire

April 17th -  

June 19th - Burnt Hills

August 21st - Rexford

October 16th - Round Lake

December ____ - TBA

( Election of Association Officers )

** Note:  Meetings start at 7 P.M. **

The Volunteer Fire Police Association of Saratoga, Inc will meet next on Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at 7 PM.

The meeting will be held at Hillcrest Fire Department  

In Memoriam

Line of Duty Deaths - Saratoga County

Felix A. D'Avignon; Mechanicville City Fire Dept; February 25, 1945

Michael R. Tracey; South Glens Falls Fire Dept; February 14, 1958

We take this time to reflect on those who served their community and perished at time helping those in need.

The Association is seeking a department to host the April 17, 2023 meeting.

If you are able to host, please send an email to the Association President at

Anniversary Celebrations

The Association wishes to recognize two anniversaries this year.  We thank each departments dedicated members that continue to serve their communities when in need.  Carrying on traditions passed down from the founding members as we adapt to new challenges and changes in how we do firefighting and rescue today.

CHARLTON FIRE DEPARTMENT is celebrating 100 Years 


THANK YOU ALL for what you do for your Community and beyond.

Congratulations to the newly elected and re-elected fire officers.  We wish you a good year.

A reminder to all Instructors and Agency leaders using the Fire Training Center Burn Building.

It is important to assure ALL DOORS and WINDOWS on ALL levels are closed and secure at the end of each day / night of use.

This is to help curtail the pigeon problem we have been dealing with.  Your help is greatly appreciated.

Please keep in your thoughts and prayers the Family of Assistant Chief Steve Harris from Fort Johnson Fire Department (Montgomery County).  Chief Harris died while serving his community.   You may view his obituary and viewing hours by clicking on the link:

The Members and Officer's extend our condolences to the McInerney family.  

Posted on Halfmoon Fire Department's Facebook: 

It is with great regret and sorrow that the Board of Fire Commissioners and the Members of the Halfmoon Fire Department, announce the passing of Paul McInerney.

Paul was the District Administrator of the Halfmoon-Waterford Fire District #1, a longtime member of the C.S. Hawley Chemical Company and a dispatcher for the Waterford Police Department.

Rest in Peace, Brother.  You will be missed.

National Fallen  Firefighters Foundation

Please note the date for the 2023 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend.

The 2023 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend is May 6-7.

A combination of weather uncertainties and the frequent threat of an October federal government shutdown is behind the move of the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend from its traditional October date. NFFF Board Chairman Troy Markel said, “As with everything NFFF does, the priority is making sure we do right by the families of the firefighters we’re honoring.”

The change means 2023 Memorial Weekend will be May 6 and 7. While the time of year for the Candlelight and Memorial Services changes, our other four decades-long traditions will continue. Chairman Markel said, “Removing some of the uncertainties we’ve faced with the October date will help avoid distractions as we focus on honoring the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice.”


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