On Monday March 21st Upper Mt. members elected their officers for the upcoming 2016-2017 term. Congratulations to all, and in the words of Abraham Lincoln, “Whatever you are, be a good one.”
Fire engine rides, live burn demo highlight Upper Mountain open house
LEWISTON – Fire engine rides, a live burn demonstration and hands-on challenges for attendees will join fire safety education and blood pressure checks on what promises to be an entertaining Saturday, Oct. 3 when the Upper Mountain Fire Co. holds its annual Community Open House.
Closed Bids Announcement
The Upper Mountain Volunteer Fire Company will be accepting bids for the following items beginning Monday June 15, 2015. All items will be sold “as is.”
On May 9th, we honored our own ‘heroes’ at the annual UMT installation dinner. The following members were recognized for their contributions above and beyond the call of duty in 2014. Thank you to one and all for your service!
2014 President’s report
This year marks my 10th anniversary at the Upper Mt. Fire Company, and my fourth consecutive term as it’s President. It’s been a wild ride to say the least. In addition to being a firefighter and EMT at one of the busiest fire companies in Niagara County over the last 10yrs, I’ve also been front line on the ‘business side’ of running a fire company which has left just as many memories (and some scars). But as Winston Churchill once said, ‘If you’re going through hell, keep going.’
Burn Ban Reduces Wildfire Risks, Protect Lives and Property.
With the start of spring and warmer temperatures expected, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reminds New Yorkers that residential brush burning in towns with less than 20,000 residents is prohibited in the state through May 14.