Brunswick Fire Company No. 1, Inc.
566 Hoosick Road
Troy, NY 12180
If you are a resident;
For EMERGENCY Dial 911
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 43 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***
Calls for 2017: 119
Monday, February 27, 2017
With the warm weather among us, Brunswick 1 took the opportunity to review the basic techniques of establishing a hydrant, raise and lower ladders and performing maintenance to 4-2 and T-4 in preparation for the upcoming seasons.
Monday, February 20, 2017
HAPPY PRESIDENT'S DAY
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Congratulations to Brunswick Fire Company No. 1 for another well performed year and thank you to those that celebrated in the past year's glory. It was with the unity of company effort that contributed to the success and always appreciated above all else.Some were specifically noted for their personal achievements and devoted attributes:Joseph Cioffi - 68 years of service recognition20 years: Jeffrey Alaskey and Scott Rousseau15 years: Ernest Seabury and Jason StocklasPresident's Award: Rocky CapuanoPerfect Board Attendance: Rocky Capuano, John Mainello, Mark Balistreri and Ernest SeaburyChief's Award: Ernest SeaburyFire Police of the Year: Joseph CioffiFirefighter of the Year: Matt PlewOfficer of the Year: Shane Large
Monday, January 23, 2017
Monday night at the station, the company performed technique/procedure review with Engine 4-2 and Truck 4.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Take your time and be careful this morning, roads can be slick at spots in areas.
Monday, January 16, 2017
At the station, members reviewed the maintenance of engines, equipment and training stations.
Sunday, January 8, 2017
Brunswick 1 Cars 2 & 3 accompanied by Truck 4 and Engine 4-2 responded to a reported structure fire Saturday morning. Through inspection of the alarm, an outlet wiring issue was found and procedures taken to prevent damage.
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