As 1st responders to fires, public safety, medical emergencies and disasters the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. protects the lives and property of the Town of Clinton residents and visitors. The Department advances public safety through training in fire prevention, investigation and education programs.
The core values of the department include:
By combining all of the components of our core values, the department will maintain its constant state of readiness to meet all threats and challenges, traditional and new.
About the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department
The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department is a all volunteer department founded in 1911 responsible for providing fire, rescue, marine and emergency medical services to the town of Clinton. The department services 16.3 square miles and approximately 13,200 citizens in addition the department responds to marine incidents on Long Island sound for Clinton and neighboring communities.
The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department provides these services from 2 stations located in town. Station 1 which is Fire headquarters located at 35 East Main Street which houses 2 engines, 1 ladder, 1 heavy rescue, as well as ambulances and other support vehicles. Our 2nd station located at 149 Glenwood Road houses 1 engine, 1 tanker and a brush truck.
The department responds to over 1800 calls for service a year in addition to supporting other functions within the community. The Officers and Members consider it an honor and privilege to serve the town of Clinton and its citizens.