Call & Drill Statistics

Brunswick Fire Company No. 1, Inc.
566 Hoosick Road
Troy, NY 12180
(518) 272-9393

If you are a resident;
For EMERGENCY Dial 911

Welcome to the Brunswick Fire Company No. 1, Inc.

  The Brunswick Fire Company No. 1, Inc. is one of five fire departments serving the Town of Brunswick.  We currently respond to over 500 calls per year, ranking us the 3rd busiest of Rensselaer County's 40 fire departments.  The Town of Brunswick is located in upstate NY, Rensselaer County and borders the City Of Troy, a major part of the Capital District area comprising of the cities of Albany, Troy, and Schenectady.  Our fire protection district comprises a majority of Brunswick's residential and commercial properties.  We are located on Hoosick Road also known as NY Route 7, a heavily traveled main thorofare that connects the Capital District and vacationers from as far New Jersey to Vermont and it's popular skiing destinations during the winter months.  NY Route 7 is historically noted for attracting thousands of travelers in the early fall season for great views of fall foliage. 

***HALL RENTAL NEWS - The Brunswick Fire Company No. 1 no longer rents our Hall to the public.  We refer anyone who needs to rent a Hall to contact the Town of Brunswick for the Brunswick Community Center on Keyes Lane. 

***Please note: Center Brunswick Volunteer Fire Company is no longer opening its hall for the public***


Brunswick #1 Stat Listings:

184 calls and 41 drills to date


Controlled Burns - 2016

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC) has banned the burning of brush and have cancelled any issued burn permits for such activity between March 16 and May 14. Any questions or comments can be directed to NYS DEC at (518) 897-1300.

Anyone with questions for DEC / ENCON DISPATCH on burning regulations may call toll free 1-877-457-5680.
Anyone wishing to report an illegal open burn or file a complaint directly with DEC may call DEC’s Tip Line at 1-800-TIPP DEC (1-800-847-7332).
Contact the Rensselaer County 911 Center at 270-5252.  The dispatcher will inquire basic information such as the address of where the burn is occurring, the name and phone number of the caller and how long you intend to burn for.  YOU MUST CALL BACK AND INFORM DISPATCH THE BURN IS COMPLETE!
When having a controlled burn, BE SAFE, use caution and refrain from burning on windy days or following several days of dry weather, always have a water source such as a garden hose nearby, and NEVER BURN NEAR ANY STRUCTURES or VEHICLES!



Drill - Pump operations

Monday, May 2, 2016   Truck 4, 4-2, and Utility 4 practice pump operations at BMW on Hoosick Rd.



Structure Fire - Pheasant Ln

Monday, April 25, 2016   Chiefs, FR-4 , Truck 4, and engine 4-2 respond to a reported structure fire on Pheasant Ln.





April 23rd and 24th, we will be supporting the Recruit NY program available 11AM - 1PM both days.  We are asking for all interested within Brunswick to please sign up with Brunswick Fire Company no. 1, Inc. to help us continue the support of our community!

Simply stop at the station on 566 Hoosick Rd on the dates mentioned above to attend our open house.  We will be supplying the necessary information to join and also be providing for the children as well.

Hope to see you there!


4/23/16 Recruit NY

Saturday, April 23, 2016   Members prepared to organize the station for visitors and potential recruits for Recruit NY both Saturday April 23rd and Sunday April 24th 11am to 1pm



Honoring Austin Rivera

We at Brunswick Fire Company no. 1, Inc would like to honor its member Austin Rivera with best wishes and our utmost support for his answering the call of military service.  

Also to be congratulated is his engagement with Meaghan Gallagher, daughter of Lifetime member and Past Chief Timothy Gallagher and Phyllis Gallagher!



Delta EMS - 2 Donna Way

Tuesday, April 12, 2016  First Response 4 assists Mohawk ambulances and Rensselaer sheriffs on a Delta EMS call at 2 Donna Way.



Drill - Live Burn Training

Monday, March 28, 2016   Truck 4 joined mutual aid Eagle Mills and Mountain View companies in live burn training at the Rensselaer County Training Tower Monday night.



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