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Perth Volunteer Fire Company Inc.

Established 1945

Alarms to date in 2021 : 305

 

Total Alarms in 2020:  385

Total Alarms in 2019: 413

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 Perth Engine 12-1-1

 

           2000 GPM Pump  2700 Gallon Water Tank

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The members of the Perth Volunteer Fire Company would like to thank everyone who attended our third BBQ Chicken drive thru on September 3. 

 
The Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting a BBQ Chicken Event with Sturgess catering on Election day (November 2, 2021) at the Fire Station on State Highway 30. 
Starts at 2pm until sold out.
 
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Members needed

Interested in becoming a member? We would like to invite you to the station any 
Monday night between 6:30 and 9:00 pm to tour our station and see what we have to offer. We are always in need of Firefighters, Fire Police, EMT's, and Associate Members. 
 
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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
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Thursday, September 28th, 2017
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In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.That’s why this year’s Fire Prevention Week theme: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” is so important.
Thursday, February 25th, 2016
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Across the country, Fire,EMS and Police emergency responses are delayed as they are unable to locate the correct address. When someone calls 911 for an emergency, emergency responders are dispatched to that address, for example "Perth fire respond to 1234 Main Street".
Initially requested at 0128 hours to standby in station while Broadalbin FD was en-route to a possible structure fire. While en-route firefighter on scene confirmed working structure fire. Broadalbin 2-5-1 then requested Perth to the scene with and engine/manpower and a tanker.
Requested to respond at 1435 hours for a tanker by Mayfield FD to the scene of a fire at the end of Stewart Rd in the Town of Mayfield. 12-2-2 responded and dumped 3 loads of water. Perth was also requested to cover Broadalbin's district by 18-0-1.
Initially dispatched at 1842 hours to standby in station for Broadalbin FD while they were at a structure (chimney) fire. While en-route to standby, 2-5-1 requested an engine and manpower to respond to the scene and assist.
Monday, April 6th, 2020
Dispatched at 1756 hours for a possible unattended burn across from the callers residence. 12-5-1 arrived on scene and stated the fire was heading towards the woods. 12-4-1 arrived and its crew started to extinguish the fire with the brush truck and indian tanks.
Initially requested at 0128 hours to standby in station while Broadalbin FD was en-route to a possible structure fire. While en-route firefighter on scene confirmed working structure fire. Broadalbin ...
Requested to respond at 1435 hours for a tanker by Mayfield FD to the scene of a fire at the end of Stewart Rd in the Town of Mayfield. 12-2-2 responded and dumped 3 loads of water. Perth was also req...
Initially dispatched at 1842 hours to standby in station for Broadalbin FD while they were at a structure (chimney) fire. While en-route to standby, 2-5-1 requested an engine and manpower to respond t...
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