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Sun. Dec 29th 2019
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HUDSON, NY - This holiday season, the members of CVFC adopted two veteran firefighters who now reside at the Firemen's Association of the State of New York's (FASNY's) Firemen's Home w...
Sun. Dec 29th 2019
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COTTEKILL, NY - We all know the words "He's making a list, He's checking it twice"; well on Saturday December 21st, 2019 dear old St. Nick did his annual pre-Christmas sleigh run in ...
Thu. Jul 18th 2019
COTTEKILL, NY - On July 17th, 2019 Fire Chief Brad Fiore promoted Timothy Houck and Erik Whispell from Exterior Firefighter to Interior Firefighter. Both members completed the NYS Interior Firefighte...
Fri. Jul 12th 2019
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COTTEKILL, NY - Members of the Cottekill Volunteer Fire Company (CVFC)along with Cottekill Fire District commissioners formed a committee back in January 2018 to design a new rescue pumper. Over the n...
Mon. Mar 25th 2019
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Burn Ban Decreases Wildfire Risks and Protects Lives and PropertyDepartment of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today reminds residents that with spring approaching condition...

 Welcome to the Home of Cottekill's Bravest.

Protecting Life and Property Since 1932

Providing Fire Emergency Services With 100% Volunteers.

 

The Cottekill Volunteer Fire Company provides fire suppression and fire prevention activities to the hamlet of Cottekill located in the towns of Rosendale and Marbletown, Ulster County NY. In addition, the Company responds to medical emergencies, rescues, and other hazardous conditions within the hamlet.


 

 

HOME EMERGENCY ACCESS

If you have a fire alarm system that is monitored by an alarm company, you should seriously consider installing a Knox Box near the main entrance to your home or business.

 
 
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Click here for Ulster County and local municipality rules and regulations

Click here for NYS DEC rules and regulations

Before you light you fire and once you have put your fire out for the day, call the Ulster County Communications Center at 845-338-1440

 
 

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