Recruitment Open House

Posted on April 23, 2018

The Hillsdale Fire Department welcomes any interested parties to visit the fire house at 6:30pm on Tuesday April 24th on the second floor for an open recruitment session. Long-time members as well as officers will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. We encourage anyone who may be remotely curious about either the fire service or the ambulance corps please stop by. The community needs more volunteers! 

New Members

Posted on September 19, 2016

Congratulations to HFD's newest cadets. Aaron Maalouf, Ryan Capogna, and Greg Soluri

HFD Special Election

Posted on February 10, 2016

Congratulations to HFD's new Lieutenants  Joe Solda Jr. and Barry Peterson 

HFD Working Fire And The Importance Of Fire Alarms

Posted on February 7, 2016

At 12:10 pm HFD was dispatched for an activated fire alarm. Upon the arrival of our Sr. Capitan Kelley he reported heavy smoke coming from the second floor bedroom and immediately upgraded the call to a working fire. Engine 33 and crew arrived on scene and were advised the fire was in the bathroom and quickly stretched a hose line into the building and extinguished the fire before extending anywhere else in the house. Engine 34 came in as our 2nd due engine company picking up our water supply along with Rescue 36 as an acting truck company.

Due to the home having smoke detectors the fire department was notified and had time to respond before the fire had time to extend any where else in the house. Thus proving the importance of smoke alarms and how the save lives and homes.

Congratulations 2016 Board Of Fire Officers

Posted on January 12, 2016

Congratulations to Chief Domville and the rest of the Board of Fire Officers!

Message To All Residents! Winter Is Coming

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.