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Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department

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No Caption COME ONE , COME ALL....Our Carnival is Back!

Chairman Adam Savino, March 17

The Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department is excited to announce the return of our Carnival and Parade. The Carnival will run July 7, 8, 9 and July 14, 15, 16. The parade will traditionally be opening the Carnival on July 7. Lets make the summer of 2022 great. Enjoy the parade, carnival rides and games. Don't forget our world famous sausage and pepper wedges..... (Full Story & Photos)


Ex-Chief James Stasiak, June 21

Mahopac Fire Department will be holding a 50/50 Cash Raffle in connection with our annual carnival this year. Tickets are available through department members and at our Fire Headquarters, 741 Route 6 at a cost of $5.00 DONATION PER TICKET. Your support as always is greatly appreciated.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ex-Chief James Stasiak, June 02

06/02/22. 7:30pm. At our June department monthly meeting Vice President Robert Kick, Chief Andrew Roberto and 2nd Assistant Chief Kyle Trillas made a presentation to our Sgt at Arms John Ortiz for his 50 years of service to the department. Congratulations Johnnie O. Thank You for the years of dedicated service.... (Full Story & Photos)

MVFD Responds Mutual Aid To Yorktown Fire Department For A Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief James Stasiak, March 13

03/13/22. 12:43pm. MVFD was dispatched to 2035 Midland Dr mutual aid to Yorktown Heights Volunteer FD on a reported residential structure fire. MVFD filled the request responding with Tower Ladder 18-5-1 and a crew of 4, along with Chief 18-1-1. Upon arrival company members were put to work assisting with overhaul and extinguishment.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption MVFD Called To MVA With Vehicle Fire

Ex-Chief James Stasiak, February 18

02/18/22. 11:36pm. MVFD was dispatched to the area of 211 Drewville Road on a reported MVA vehicle into a tree with a vehicle fire. Chief 18-1-3 responded along with the Ambulance, Rescue, Tanker & Engine. First arriving units reported the victim had removed themself from the vehicle and the vehicle was fully involved in fire. The crew of Tanker 18-4-2 quickly extinguished the vehicle, the victim ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVFD Responds Mutual Aid To Carmel Fire Department

Ex-Chief James Stasiak, February 17

02/17/22. 9:48am. MVFD was requested mutual aid by Carmel Fire Dept. NY to 106 Gleneida Ridge Rd for a residential structure fire. Chiefs 18-1-1, 18-1-2 and Tower Ladder 18-5-1 responded with a crew of 5. Upon arrival two members went to the roof to vent while the remaining worked the inside of the structure. MVFD was placed back in service at approximately 12:30pm. Other companies operating ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption MVFD Responds Mutual Aid to Somers Fire Department

Ex-Chief James Stasiak, February 16

02/16/22. 4:18pm. MVFD was called mutual aid by Somers Volunteer Fire Department to respond to 954 Heritage Hills on a residential structure fire. Chiefs 18-1-1, 18-1-2, 18-1-3 and Engine 18-2-3 with a crew of 5 responded. Upon arrival the crew was quickly put to work. MVFD crews were released and returned to district at approximately 5:30pm. Other companies operating on scene Croton Falls Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVFD responds to Brewster to assist at a residential structure fire

Ex-Chief James Stasiak, February 03

02/02/22. 8:53am. Brewster Fire Department was called to 2592 Carmel Ave on a reported residential structure fire. First PD units on location confirmed a working fire, which had Brewster FD requesting mutual aid companies to respond. MVFD was requested and responded with tanker 18-4-1 & Tower Ladder 18-5-1 each with a crew of 4. Other companies operating at the scene Carmel Fire Dept. NY, Patterson ... (Full Story & Photos)

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