Total Emergencies 2019
Fire 295 Rescue/EMS 966
Fire 17 Rescue/EMS 68
Fire 28 Rescue/ EMS 60
Fire 25 Rescue/EMS 63
Fire 28 Rescue/EMS 53
Fire 27 Rescue/EMS 65
Fire 15 Rescue/EMS 97
Fire 26 Rescue/EMS 91
Fire 94 Rescue/EMS 72
Fire 28 Rescue/EMS 70
Fire 22 Rescue/EMS 70
Fire 30 Rescue/EMS 71
Fire 31 Rescue/EMS 74
The New Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department is in the midst of our annual letter drive. Recently, the Letter Drive Chairperson received a phone call from a solicitor asking for donations for "Fire and EMS". The computer voice identified himself as Travis and after further prompting, Travis revealed that his company is a for-profit political entity. If you are able to donate to the NF volunteers, please respond to the mailing that you should have received in the past few weeks. Do not be fooled by any phone calls asking for donations. The NF volunteers are busy at the fire station; we are not calling you asking for money. Be safe.
Welcome to the New Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department official website. Please visit often as our site will be regularly updated and enhanced. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. You may email the website manager (also a member) directly from the contact page.
NFVFD is an all volunteer fire department that is comprised of three fire companies: Ball Pond Fire Co, Fire Company A, and Squantz Engine Co. We are currently comprised of over 80 active members, and many associate members. What makes the New Fairfield Volunteer Fire department one of the most valuable resources of the community is its dedicated volunteers.
They place their lives at risk in order to save ours. Their services are based on extensive and continuous training, high tech equipment, teamwork, and maintaining on-going competence certification.
Please view our ABOUT US page for more information on who we are.
Why Join the Volunteer Fire/EMS Service?
Make an Impact in Your Community!
Have you ever heard a siren or seen a fire engine – and wondered what was happening?
Have you ever witnessed or come upon a motor vehicle accident – and wished you could help?
Have you been there when someone was stricken with sudden illness – and wanted to assist?
Are you looking for new lifelong friendships, challenges and rewards?
Do you want to become involved in your community?
Are you looking to supplement your retirement?
The fire and EMS service is one of the most diverse and challenging vocations today. It is this diversity that attracts most men and women to join our ranks.
Different people volunteer for different reasons. Action oriented people enjoy the excitement and adrenaline rush that emergency services has to offer. Some see the volunteer fire service as an alternative to ‘driving a desk by day’ – by allowing them to ‘drive a fire truck or ambulance at night!’
Many like the feeling they get when they help people in their time of need and some feel it’s their obligation to serve the community. Yet others just want to belong to the team. Whatever motivates you to volunteer – everyone gains the self-satisfaction of being at their best when others are dealing with what is often the worst that life has to offer.
Imagine having to prepare yourself to cope with situations that range from structure fires to childbirth to hazardous chemical spills to heart attacks to almost any imaginable emergency in between. This diversity is coupled with the fact that these skills may be needed at any time of the day or night, seven days a week, in any kind of weather, and very often under potentially stressful and emotional circumstances. Yet these same factors contribute to our profession being so personally rewarding.
We realize that firefighting & EMS is not for everyone, but we believe that volunteering can be. There is plenty of work to be done on or behind the scenes, too.
The personal rewards and satisfaction received from what we do is often beyond description. There is the sense of accomplishment when you control a building fire, joy and elation when a child is born, compassion for accident victims, and fulfillment from teaching fire safety.
The bottom line in our business is measured by the loss of life, pain and suffering, and the property damage we have prevented and reduced.
Volunteering in emergency services is one of the most important decisions you may make. We hope that you give this decision the time and serious consideration it deserves, and decide to join our ranks.
New Fairfield Tax Credit, Retirement Program, Great Experience … Just to Name A Few
The real reward is how you’ll feel about yourself — but that’s just the beginning.
Being a volunteer with the New Fairfield Fire/EMS department brings with it many benefits including a property tax deduction, a LOSAP (Length of Service Award Program) with retirement benefits, scholarship opportunities, professional development and leadership training and much more.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in joining our any question you may have
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