Saturday, October 18, 2014

This year's annual Halloween Parade will be on Friday, October 31st, starting at 6:30 PM at the Orangeburg firehouse.  The parade route will proceed from the firehouse to Dutch Hollow Drive, Devon Drive and Parkway Drive South.  The parade will end at the Orangeburg firehouse where the volunteer firefighters will serve donuts and apple cider to our neighbors.  This is a long standing tradition of the volunteers for many years.  Please come out with your children and grandchildren to enjoy a truly enjoyable event. 

 

Parade Route Click Here

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Orangeburg Fire District 2015 Budget Meeting will be held at 7:30 PM on October 21, 2014 at the Orangeburg Fire House located at 61 Dutch Hill Rd, Orangeburg NY 10962.

Orangeburg Fire District Proposed 2015 Budget

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

On Saturday morning, September 27th, the Orangeburg Volunteer Fire Association held a Truck Pull to raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.  The weather was beautiful and teams came from the different athletic teams of TZ high school, local fire departments and the Patriots Cheerleaders.  The members wish to thank everyone that came out and supported this great cause. Including our friends Artie and Jim from Pearl River Hook & Ladder for the use of their antique ladder truck and RD Management for allowing us to use their site.  Everyone had fun and a substantial amount of money was donated to a great cause. Chief Neil Lynady stated that this will occur again next year

Monday, July 21, 2014


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n Monday evening, July 21, 2014, we were honored to have two very special members join us.  Dave Cole, an Ex-Chief and Former Chairman of the Board of Fire Commissioners and Charlie Hoffman, an Ex-chief.  Dave was visitingfrom Vermont and dropped in to say hello.  Thankfully Dave had contacted Kenny Gordon, Ex-chief and current Chairman of the Board of Fire Commissioners, ahead of time.  Kenny and a few others got together and planned a simple BBQ at the Associations Headquarters.

As to be expected there were some sharing of memories and a lot of laughs.  Dave and Charlie were two icons in our history.  Both served during the period of Orangeburg's growth and were deeply involved in creating the department into the great department it is today.  We are grateful for their service to the department and the community.  We are honored to be their friends.

Saturday, July 05, 2014

Early Saturday morning a neighbor noticed a house on Sunset in Blauvelt was on fire. The initial call to the fire service was for Blauvelt, full response, Central Nyack for the RIT team and Orangeburg for their ladder truck. The volunteers from Orangeburg assisted with advancing hand lines into the house and positioning the ladder in the event the incident command, Blauvelt's Assistant Chief George Chondris, decided on a defensive attack. 
In addition to the departments mentioned above Chief Chondris called the volunteers from Tappan and Pearl River to the scene with Sparkill standing by in the event of an another emergency.

11-1 Chief Lynday
11-2 Asst Chief Jackson
11-3 Asst Chief Byrne
11-Tower

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

On Tuesday evening, June 24th, the Orangetown Chiefs held a seminar at Dominican College.  The speaker, Jason Brezler, is a Major (ret) in the US Marine Corp having fought several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Jason is currently assigned to Rescue 2 in Brooklyn.  His presentation, Making Yourself Hard to Kill, explored his experiences with the Marines and the FDNY and what they have in common and what makes them different.  The two and half hour presentation was well attended and everyone enjoyed the discussion.  Seminar Chairman, Tappan Chief Fred Simms, stated "the success of this seminar will more than likely have us explore doing another one soon."

Monday, June 16, 2014

Monday evening, June 16th, the volunteers practiced their skills using the Jaws of Life Rescue Tool.  Going through the initial set up of the scene, stabilizing the vehicle and then removing the roof and doors, some volunteers learned and others refreshed their knowledge.  This type of hands on training is made possible by the donation of vehicles from our neighbors.  To donate a vehicle for please contact the OVFD at 845-364-5921 or pbyrne@orangeburgfd.org.


Department Stats

 Month
Alarms
Answered
Hours
Volunteered
2012 294 10,664
2013
252 9,508
Jan-14
24 853
Feb-14
17
492
Mar-14
23
753
Apr-14
20
550
May-14
25
693
Jun-14
31
653
Ju1-14
23
487
Aug-14
26 369
Sep-14


Oct-14


Nov-14


Dec-14


YTD Total
191 4,850

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