The Fairview Fire Department will be participating in a 9-11 ceremony on 9/11/2015 in memory of the Police Officers, Firefighters and Greenburgh residents who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.
9:30 AM to aproximatelymately 10:30 AM
Webb Field, Richard Presser Park (Central Ave)
Co-sponsored by Town of Greenburgh, Greenburgh Police Deptartment, and the Fairview , Hartsdale, and Greenville Fire Departments.
The Fairview Fire Department participated in a County Wide, Full Scale, Hands-On Hazmat Drill at the Westchester County Fire Training Center. It was an amazing opportunity for the Westchester Fire Departments to show off their hard work and training in mitigating a large scale Hazmat incident.
10 Fairview Fire Officers and 16 Fairview Firefighters attended a hands on Hazmat training session at the Westchester County Fire Training Center. All costs for the training were paid for by grant funding,. We were grateful for the opportunity to train with departments from all around Westchester County.
The Fairview Fire Department along with the Greenburgh Police Department provided free Child Passenger Safety Seat checks at the Greenburgh Health Center, Health Fair.
The Fairview Fire Department will hold its annual Memorial Day Parade on
Monday, May 25th, 2015 to honor those that bravely served our country.
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The Fairview Fire Department provided our Fire Safety and Education Trailer for the Immaculate Heart of Mary School's 2015 Health Fair.
The Fairview Fire Department participated in the WHUD KIDS FAIR held at SUNY Purchase College. We were able to train many groups of children in fire safety using our mobile fire safety smoke trailer.
WHUD KIDS Fair
Congratulations to Firefighter James Malone Sr. on his retirement from the Fairview Fire Department. He served our department and the Fairview community for 25 years and we wish him well on his retirement.
Fairview Firefighters participated in 4 separate training events with the Greenburgh Police Department. This joint training opportunity allowed the Fairview Firefighters and the Greenburgh Police Officers to work together to prepare for any active shooter emergencies.