mariaville volunteer fire department

 
 

Our Mission

The main mission of our department is to prevent and extinguish fires, provide emergency rescue, and medical services in all contracted districts, thus safeguarding lives and property, and to promote the social welfare and recreation interests of it members.


Department Profile

The Mariaville Volunteer Fire Department was established in 1934 and has grown and evolved much through its 75 year history. We average approximately 25 all volunteer members, and an active ladies auxiliary. Our members are actively involved in community events and community support. We are always seeking new members to our department. Please visit our Membership Info page to find out more.


Firefighter's Prayer

When I am called to duty God; Wherever flames may rage. Give me the strength to save some life; Whatever be it's age. Help me embrace a little child, before it is too late; Or save an older person from the horror of that fate. Enable me to be alert and hear the weakest shout; And quickly and efficiently, to put the fire out. I want to fill my calling, and give the best in me; To guard my every neighbor, and protect his property. And if according to my fate, I am to lose my life; Please bless with your protecting hand;

 

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Contact Us

Mariaville Volunteer Fire Dept.
9284 Mariaville Road
Pattersonville, NY 12137
518-864-5793



Recurring Events

Drills

  1. BulletWednesday Mornings
    Starting @ 8:00 AM

  2. BulletThursday Nights
    Starting @ 6:30 PM

  3. BulletMonthly Meetings

First Monday of every

Month (closed to public)


Warning!

Discarded Smoke Alarm Batteries Can Start a Fire

Changing your smoke alarm batteries this weekend?  Great!  But do not just toss those used batteries into the trash.


Batteries with any "juice" at all left in them have the capacity to start a fire in the trash if both the positive and negative terminals touch metal.  


See how to disposed of used 9 volt batteries safely:

SHOW ME HOW

 

Congratulations

Dick Weakly

on 60 years of volunteer fire service