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North Tonawanda Volunteer Firefighters

Drills for the month of April are Monday, April 16th and Wednesday, April 18th at 19:00 hours at Wheatfield Training Facility on River Rd.  Full turnout gear and bailout hooks required.
Drills for the month of May are Monday, May 14th and Wednesday, May 16th at 1900 hours at the Wheatfield Training Facility on River Rd. This will be the bi-annual combination drill. Full turn out gear and bailout hooks are required.
The next NTVFA meeting will be at Active Hose #2, April 24th at 7:30 p.m.
                                                                           FIRE POLICE
Trains Fire  police  to perform their duties more effectively.  It includes defining and interpreting terms, oath of office,relation to regular police officers, general duties, maintaining safe conditions at an emergency, traffic direction and control, pre-planning, and various laws of interest to the fire service. Under the provision of General Municipal Law, Section 209-c, this course, when approved by OFPC, must be completed by every Fire Police officer who was appointed after Seprember 1, 1980.
       Designed for:   Those designated as Fire Police
       Course Length:  21 Hours
                           Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
                           April 24, 25 and 26, May 1,2,3, 8
                           Public Safety Training Facility
                                                5574 Niagara St. Ext.
Fax completed training application to 716 438-3173  


Regular meeting for Rescue Fire Co. is Friday, May 4th.
Officers meeting: Tuesday, March 20th.

Respectfully submitted,
Matthew Gebera, Captain 







Our new Ladder Truck, "Truck 1"


Frequency: 154.130



Our "Blitz"......1923 American LaFrance, First used by the R.T. Jones Lumber Co. Fire Department in North Tonawanda, NY.



City of Tonawanda's new "Ladder One" There our mutual aid firefighters from the south side of the canal, yes it is yellow, but it must not be ripe yet.