Our fire district covers a 47 square mile area containing the Village of New York Mills and parts of the towns of New Hartford and Whitestown.
NYMFD provides first responder services in fire and both basic and advanced life support. We have been helping our friends and neighbors since 1931!
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer with the New York Mills fire department, please contact us for an application.
Our fire district covers a 47 square mile area containing the Village of New York Mills, part of the Town of New Hartford, and part of the Town of Whitestown.
We also serve the following business districts:
There are over 30,000 fire departments in the US, but only 2,000 have full-time paid staff. That means 28,000 departments rely on volunteers!
NYMFD needs you, just as much as our community needs a fire department! As our community continues to grow, with more homes and businesses, volunteers are needed more than ever. We take people from all walks of life and ability...
Not every member of a volunteer fire department runs into burning buildings. If you ever had the childhood dream of riding on a big red fire truck, but feel you just cannot walk into a fire, please still look into joining.
Volunteer departments always need people to maintain equipment and the trucks. During fires volunteer departments need extra personal for crowd control, traffic direction and even persons to run for extra supplies that may be needed at a scene.
If you ever had a childhood dream to become a firefighter, or if you just enjoy helping out your community, the New York Mills Fire Department needs you!
Click here to start the application process.
We will be doing hydrant testing in August and September on Saturday mornings from 9till 1pm we will be in the town of whitestown area
there will be a meeting to go over the new by-laws on april 17 at 7:00 pm. any questions contact dave chapple or president dwyer
On Saturday January 26th we held our 46th Installation Banquet at Twin Ponds Golf and Country Club. Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate this event. Award winners for the evening were as follows:Rookie Firefighter of the Year - Steve Lewis
Firefighter of the Year - Lt. Dave Chapple