Recent Calls
Mon. Feb 10th 2020
At 22:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to respond to a working fire in the Huguenot Fire District. 34-31 responded and went into the Tanker rotation. After several hours operating at the...
Wed. Jan 15th 2020
At 07:34hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at Wurtsboro's Station while they operated at a working structure fire. While the Engine and crew was on stand by, Otisville was pl...
Sat. Apr 6th 2019
At 16:41hrs Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid to the Cuddebackville Fire District for our Brush equipment to assist them at a brush fire off Rt.211 near their Station. Upon arrival 34-51 was used t...
Fri. Mar 29th 2019
At 00:43hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker and manpower to a structure fire in the Forestburgh Fire District. 34-31 responded and 34-61 responded with a interior crew. 34-31 arrived and was ...
Sun. Mar 17th 2019
At 04:15hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to a rekindle on Route 209 in Cuddebackville. Upon arrival at the scene, Command (Huguenot Car 1), asked for the Engine and all available manpower ...
News Headlines
Sun. Jul 8th 2018
Station 34 held a mutual aid drill on Pump and Tanker Operations. Otisville, Cuddebackville, Summitville and Wurtsboro attended the training which involved 25 Firefighters. Drivers were able to work o...
Wed. Jun 20th 2018
The Engine and a crew attended a live burn drill in Summitville. 34-11 and 34-3 were used at a Tanker fill site. We had both new and older pump operators get some training time in.
Thu. Jun 7th 2018
Station 34 Officers and Members would like to welcome Mike Petitti to the Westbrookville Volunteer Fire Company. Firefighter Petitti comes with many years of experience as he served as a Firefighter w...
Tue. Feb 14th 2017
Station 34 hosted the February meeting of the Sullivan County Volunteer Firefighters Association. We would like to thank eveyone who came to the meeting last night. For more information on the Associa...
Mon. Feb 13th 2017
The Officers and Members would like to congratulate Firefighter Giraldi on his recent recertification of his New York State EMT. The recertification class ran from September through January at the Ora...
About Us

Welcome to Westbrookville Volunteer Fire Company Inc.

The Westbrookville Volunteer Fire Company was formed in 1947 and later incorporated in 1949. Located in New York State, we are part of Sullivan County's Battalion 5. We are dispatched by the Sullivan County 911 Center on 46.10. The County's' main working frequency  is 46.24 and our Battalion Operations frequency is 45.20. Our Station is located at 39 Pine Kill Road in Westbrookville. We provide Fire Protection, Rescue and BLS First Response to the Westbrookville Fire Protection District in the Town of Mamakating.  We cover a very rural residential area. Within our District we have many large undeveloped areas, US Route 209 and New York State Public Recreational Land. Our Company consists of 20 Firefighters and 1 Junior Firefighter. The Company also has an Auxillary which consists of 22 members.

Typically we respond to 70 to 80 emergencies per year. In 2004 we responded to a Company high 110 emergencies. Over the last few years our Company has seen a significant rise in Motor Vehicle Accidents. Wanting to provide better rescue capabilities at MVAs, we purchased our first set of hydraulic rescue tools in 2006. The tools were purchased through a New York State Grant sponsored by Senator John Bonacic. Due to the rural nature of our area, our Firefighters are well trained in Wildland Search and Rescue and we are proud to say our Firefighters have made several successful wildland rescues over the last few years. Being our District borders Orange County, most of our Mutual Aid calls are to Departments in Orange. Due to a good working relationship, being the closest Department to our District and having well trained firefighters the Otisville Fire Company is our first due Mutual Aid Company.

Our Station houses 5 pieces of apparatus. We run 1 Engine/Rescue, 1 Tanker/Engine, 1 Light Rescue, 1 Mini-Pumper, 1 Brush Rig and 1 SUV. The Engine/Rescue was built to run as a stand alone truck with limited manpower until mutual aid arrives. The committee spent a few years designing the truck to suit the conditions of our area. Much time was also spent on building the Tanker/Engine. Due to the small roads in our area, we wanted a Tanker that could maneuver our small roads and driveways easily yet carry enough equipment to operate as an Engine if needed. In August 2009 the Light Rescue was purchased from the Sloatsburg Ambulance Corps. in Rockland County NY. Our Mini-Pumper was purchased from the Burlington Fire Department in NJ. This truck is perfect for accessing houses with small driveways and has seen a lot of work since we purchased it in 2005. The newest to the fleet is the Kubota RTV. The RTV was purchased in September 2007 and has the capabilities for wildfire fire suppression and wildland search and rescue.

Each year our Company along with the Auxiliary run two major fund raising events. The events have been successful for many years due to the continued support of our community. Every Christmas and Easter the Auxiliary has parties for the local children and they are always well attended. Throughout the year the Auxiliary also run various smaller raffles and during good weather the Auxiliary can be seen selling raffle tickets outside the Pine Kill Deli.

Our monthly meeting is on the first Tuesday evening of each month at 8 P.M. Drills are scheduled on various Sunday mornings and Tuesday evenings. In 2007 our Firefighters attended more than 300 hours of training. A majority of training is done at our station but last year we attended two New York Sate training classes in Bloomingburg, Firefighter Survival and Accident Victim Extrication. Both classes were given over several days and Firefighters had to pass a rigorous practical exam during the Firefighter Survival class.

If you would like information on joining our organization, please check out the "How to Join" page.

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