greenfield-centerThe Greenfield Center Fire Department covers the central/Eastern portion of the Town of Greenfield.

For a more detailed description of what areas are served directly by the Greenfield Center Fire Department, visit the district map page.

The Greenfield Center Fire Department has five pieces of equipment that serve our community. You can view pictures of the firehouse and find out more about these trucks by visiting the facilities and apparatus page. The Greenfield Center Fire Department hosts a variety of events throughout the year. You can view photos of these events on the company photo page. Additional questions regarding the department can be forwarded via our contact page.

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 57
Greenfield Center, 12833
Street Address:
13 South Greenfield Road
Greenfield Center, NY 12833

                 Non-Emergency Phone: (518) 893-7111

 


Trucks are named according to their capabilities. For example, “E” stands for engine and denotes a truck that can pump more than 1,000 gallons of water per minute. “T” stands for tanker which means the truck carries a minimum of 1,000 gallons of water. “L” means that a truck carries a certain number of ladders on the truck.

 eta261-small ETA-261

Classification: Engine-Tanker
Function: first-due engine to all fires
Water: 1000 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 1,500 gallons per minute
Personnel: 4 firefighters, 1 driver and 1 officer (6 total)
Year: 2001
Make: HME Motors

 eta262-small ETA-262

Classification: Engine-Tanker
Function: first-due engine to all fires
Water: 3000 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 1,750 gallons per minute
Personnel: 4 firefighters, 1 driver and 1 officer (6 total)
Year: 2012
Make: KME

 r263-small R-263

Classification: Heavy Rescue
Function: first-due engine to all motor vehicle accidents
Equipment: Jaws of Life and other specialized rescue equipment
Personnel: 4 firefighters, 1 driver and 1 officer (6 total), capable of transporting 8
Year: 2000
Make: International Commercial cab, Central States custom body

 f264-small F-264

Classification: Forestry
Function: first-due truck to all brush/forest fires.
Water: 250 gallons
Pump: capable of providing 750 gallons per minute
Personnel: 3 firefighters
Year: 2003
Make: Ford F550/Central States Custom Body

 med266-small MED-266

Classification: Medical Fire Response
Function: first-due vehicle to all medical emergencies
Personnel: 4 Emergency Medical Technicians or firefighters
Year: 2005
Make: Jeep Grand Cherokee

Firefighters of the Greenfield Center Fire Department

  • Christian Alvord
  • Jack Atwell
  • Matthew Boyd
  • Walker Chandler
  • Bryan Chouinard
  • Jill Chouinard
  • William Coffey
  • Sean Crowley
  • Kelsey Detraglia
  • Rychard Detraglia
  • Brian Gibbins
  • Harold Hall Jr.
  • Dave Kenyon
  • Michael Kingsley
  • Tyler Lahart
  • Jerrid Marshall
  • Courtney Potter
  • William Pratt
  • Christopher Thurman

 

Life Members of the Greenfield Center Fire Department

A life member is a firefighter who has served more than fifteen years in the fire district and has retired from active service.

  • Charles Blodgett
  • James Bowen
  • Luann Brownell
  • Ernest Chamberlain
  • Ken Cleveland
  • David Cox
  • Greg Davis
  • Randy Davis
  • Gary Gibbins
  • Jason Gibbins
  • Karen Gibbins
  • Rick Gibbins
  • Larry Gordon
  • Frank Gowell
  • Harold Hall, Sr.
  • Don Harrison
  • Jay Holcomb
  • Richard Huestis
  • Anthony Levo
  • Dennis McConkey
  • Rick Requa
  • Matt Reynolds
  • Tom Robarge
  • Rudy Rumpf
  • Wesley Rumpf
  • James Smith
  • Jack Tuczynski
  • William Tuczinski
  • Larry VanVranken

 

Auxiliary Members

  • Therese (Terri) Atwell
  • Margaret (Marge) Cornell
  • Kayla Davis
  • Cassidy Hulka
  • Kelly Hurley
  • Pauline Levo
  • Evelyn Liska
  • Tammy Marshall
  • Courtney Potter
  • Margaret Roxbury
  • Theresa Strakos

Auxiliary Life Members

  • Dorothy Atwell
  • Elizabeth Bowen
  • Judy Cleveland
  • Laura Gibbins
  • Jane Huestis
  • Sandra Hurley

Firematic Officers

Firematic Officers are responsible for the emergency operations side of the company. Firematic Officers ensure that training is accomplished, command operations during emergencies, and ensure that the company’s equipment is ready whenever they are needed.

  • District Chief: Jay Ellsworth                 Email: [javascript protected email address]
  • Deputy Chief: Bryan Chouinard           Email:  [javascript protected email address]
  • Lieutenant:  Jerrid Marshall
  • Lieutenant:  Walker Chandler

Administrative Officers

Adminstrative Officers are responsible for the administrative side of the company. They organize the social aspects of the company: fund raisers, meetings and public events.

  • President: Brian Gibbins
  • Vice President: Jerrid Marshall
  • Secretary: Jill Chouinard
  • Treasurer: Harold C. Hall
  • Sergeant at Arms: Kelsey DeTraglia

Greenfield Center Auxiliary Officers

  • District Auxiliary Liaison: Patty Kellerhouse
  • President: Margaret Roxbury
  • Vice President:  Kayla Davis
  • Secretary: Courtney Potter
  • Treasurer: Terri Atwell