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New York Mills Volunteer Fire Department provides first responder services in both fire and life support to 11,500 residents in a 47 square mile district, containing the Village of New York Mills, and parts of the towns of New Hartford and Whitestown. Our volunteers have been serving our community proudly since 1931. If you’d like to serve your community as a volunteer firefighter, click here for more information.


The next meeting will be held on: October  5th at 19:00 hours           (7:00 PM).


Country Club  will be the last Tuesday of the month

320 Main Street will be the first Thursday of the month

New Hartford Square will be the first Wednesday of the month

ALL visits are at 1pm 

If you want to have a tour of the Fire House please call 315.736.1453.


January - 79                               February - 86

March -  86                            April - 86

May - 88                                     June -

July -                                       August -

September -                              October -

November -                                 December -

       TOTAL -  339 CALLS

We are now taking applications for anyone from 16 years to 18 years. We just started a new program it's called Junior Firefighter. If you live in the New York Mills Fire District please fill out an application and maybe you'll be part of our team. To fill out an application click on be a volunteer or by contacting us by clicking on contact us and fill out the form and someone will contact you ASAP.   

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Pictured above:

Twin Orchard's apple

orchards viewed from Halsey

Road in the Town of

Whitestown, which sits in the

New York Mills Fire District.

   ...protecting you!

   *Your volunteers responded

    to 921 calls in 2014.*