Fairview - LOHUD
Captain David Primerano and FF Brian Vargas were interviewed by LOHUD about firefighting in extreme heat. Watch the video and here is a link to the article in the newspaper.
Fairview - LOHUD
Fairview, Hartsdale, and Elmsford Fire Departments
Receive $440,564 Federal Grant
Click Here for a Statement from Comm. James Robinson
The Fairview Fire Department will hold its annual Memorial Day Parade on
Monday, May 30th, 2016 to honor those that bravely served our country.
Click Here for Details
Fairview's Bravest were honored to participate in the Children's Reading Festival held at the Lee F. Jackson School on 4/18/2016. Firefighters Harry Stone III and FF Michael Zima had the opportunity to read a few stories to our community children.
The Fairview Fire Department will be assisting Santa Claus with delivering candy canes and spreading holiday cheer through out the Fairview Fire District. Look for the Fairview Firefighters along with Santa in your neighborhood on
December 19th and December 20th.
Click here for Santa's Itinerary
The Fairview Fire Department invites you to join us in our Fire Prevention and Safety Open House being held on 10/10/2015 at the Greenburgh Public Library. Click the link below for details:
Fire Prevention and Safety Day
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.
Members of the Fairview Fire Department attended the wake and funeral services for Poughkeepsie Firefighter Timothy Gunther. FF Gunther passed away in the line of duty after 21 years of dedicated service.
Link to Poughkeepsie Journal