Welcome to the virtual home of the Hastings Fire Department. We strive to provide information on our department and the community we are here to serve. We also strive to provide a comprehensive list of links to the local departments we work closely with, as well as many other local, state and federal government links that are associated with the health and safety of our community. We invite you in to peruse photographs of our station, equipment, historic times and action shots of training.
As everyone is aware the World has been exposed to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). With the concern of the Coronavirus and how it will spread and how it will impact the people of the World, we all need to take precautions in our personal lives as well as the Community. At this time (as well as anytime in the future) if you are experiencing a cough, fever, trouble breathing or any other signs of illness, we are asking that you limit your exposure to other people until you are feeling better. You should seek medical care if needed.
Please remember some things to help prevent the spreading of all germs and viruses:
For more info follow this link to the Oswego County Health Department page.
Do you want to give back to your community?
We need members just like you and it's not all running into burning buildings!!
If you have a few extra hours a month and want to help us by taking notes during our meetings, we can use your help!
If you want to give back and help during our fundraisers, we can use your help!
Volunteering is down across the country. Only you can help by giving a hand!!
Have you changed the batteries in your smoke detectors lately??
Have you checked the date on your smoke detectors?
Everyone should go through this 2 times a year minimum!!!!
Did you know that Hastings has divers?
Check out our dive team page for more info and to see some pictures.
We will Never Forget!!
September 11th 2001
Do you remember how you felt that day?
When is the last time you replaced your smoke detector batteries? If you don't have a smoke detector to check please get one it can save your life!!
It is NYS law that you must have a carbon monoxide detector in your house. Do you have yours?