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Fire Department

The City of Little Falls Fire Department is committed to protecting the lives and property of the citizens in the community. The department stays progressive in fire suppression and control, emergency medical service, technical rescue disciplines, and fire prevention education. The department is dedicated to maintaining the utmost professionalism while providing customer service during emergency and non-emergency situations.

In case of emergency, call 315-823-2233.

The Little Falls Fire Department maintains the following apparatus:
Salisbury 1500 gpm Engine 1996
Salisbury 1500 gpm Engine 1991
Sutphen Ariel 1991
Ford E-350 Ambulance 1998
Cheverolet 2500 Ambulance 2002
Cheverolet 3500 Ambulance 2007
Jeep Chief's Car 1999
Utility Trailer (Special Operations) 2005

Fire Chief Robert P. Parese
315-574-5221 - Office
315-534-2218 - Cell
315-823-2234 - Station
315-823-2260 - Fax

Second Assistant Chiefs
William Dodge
Richard Ward
David George

Anthony Scalice
Thomas Malley
Richard Bacher
Charles Childs
Christopher Hendrie
John Bellinger
Anthony Giaquinto
Brian Dodge
Dennis Harrigan
Adam Hartman
Scott Kinville

Call Firefighters
Richard Congdon
Leslie Congdon
Kevin Cumm
Jeff Gilbo
Ben Keller
Eric Loucks
Andrew McEvoy
Richard Nichols
Robert Peters
Jeff Shepardson
John Sullivan
Mike Tumski
Patty McEvoy

Smoke Detector Kit.

Smoke Detector Program
Since 2007, the City of Little Falls Fire Department has had an ongoing Smoke Detector Program that has issued more than 100 detectors to the community in homes without protection. In addition, firefighters have also supplied batteries for existing detectors, installed the units, and provided maintenance and fire prevention information. We are also making available for purchase, and installing, a wireless smoke alarm system.

We advise households to check the batteries of your smoke detectors twice a year, ideally when the clocks change in the fall and spring. To protect your home and family, it is vital to install a reliable smoke detector. It is your first line of defense and does SAVE LIVES. Though the program has clearly been successful, we see a need for ongoing services.

If you are a city resident and your home needs a smoke detector, you want your existing detector tested, or are unsure of the correct location of your detector, please call the fire department and request for a house call.

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