Rescue Training

Posted on April 28, 2015

Day Light Savings!

Posted on March 7, 2015

When you change your clocks back, make sure to change your smoke detector & CO detector batteries! Also, be sure that your detectors are not more than five years old. 

HFD Comedy Night

Posted on January 30, 2015


Message To All Residents!

Posted on January 25, 2015

Please remember to assist the Hillsdale Fire Department and clear snow from around fire hydrants! In a fire, seconds matter. Looking for, or digging out a hydrant can seriously delay a fire attack. Please locate and clean away the snow from your closest hydrant. The life you save may be your own.

2014 Santa Runs

Posted on December 19, 2014

This year's Santa runs were a success!  Here are a few pictures.  Also, check out the following link to our Facebook page for a video.   We can't wait for next year. 

Video of Santa on Tower 31




Special Call For 31 Truck

Posted on November 16, 2014

On Sunday November 16, 2014, the Westwood Volunteer Fire Department requested 31 Truck to respond mutual aid into their jurisdiction for the possible chimney fire. Engine 34 also turned out for the assignment. In the picture below, Hillsdale firefighter Mark Savino Jr. can be seen operating on the roof of the structure along with a fellow Westwood fireman. 

Congratulations 2015 Board Of Officers

Posted on November 10, 2014

Congratulations to the new 2015 board of officers who were elected this evening at tonights meeting!

Chief Jim Domville 
Dept Chief Patrick Doody
Sr. Capt. Tom Kelley 
Jr. Capt. Bryan Heitmann 
1st Lt. Bill Stanton 
2nd Lt. Jason Degise 
3rd Lt. Barry Peterson 
4th Lt. EX Chief Jason Durie

President George Wodowski 
Vice President Paul Muller



Change Your Batteries!

Posted on October 28, 2014

This Saturday, November 1st, please remember to change all clocks back one hour! The Hillsdale Fire Department would like to also recommend that when doing this, make sure you change all smoke detector and carbon monoxide batteries in your home. By making sure all detectors have fresh batteries and are working properly, you increase your chances of getting out safely when there is a fire in your home. According to the National Fire Protective Association, more than 2,500 people die every year in structure fires. Of these 2,500 people, more than 60 percent died in homes that did not have working smoke detectors!