VICTOR FIRE DISTRICT RESOLUTION TO TRANSFER FUNDS FROM CAPITAL RESERVE ACCOUNT TO THE GENERAL OPERATING ACCOUNT At a meeting of the Victor Fire District held...Read More
We welcome anyone from the community to visit us at our drill night. We drill each Monday night from 7pm to 9pm. Someone is always on hand to answer questions and help you though the application process.
In order to have an organized fire department with little tax burden, three companies were formed: Engine, Hook & L adder, and Hose. Each company was assigned specific roles when responding to fire calls.
The first chief of the department was HJ Cuykendall; the first president, Frank A. Hopkins. Six months to the day after founding, the Victor Fire Department responded to its first fire at the cooper shop and home of George Murphy.
The Victor Fire District will provide professional, definitive, and helpful service in all emergencies that we are called to respond, with in and outside our fire protection district.
The District is committed to providing exceptional guidance and support to the volunteers..
The Victor Fireman’s Field is located on Maple Avenue in the village of Victor and is privately owned by the Victor Fire Department, Inc. The field is primarily used for training by the members of the Victor Fire Department.
Field Rental Information:
The Fireman’s Field is available for rental by the public. For more information, please contact the Department Secretary at [email protected].
34 Maple Ave.
Victor, NY 14564
Phone: 585 924-3321
You never know when an emergency might occur. Be prepared so you and your family know what to do in case of a fire. Take a moment to review the information on our Education page and to watch the Educational Video.
Be safe. Be prepared. Talk about what to do in an emergency before you are forced to deal with it unprepared.
The Victor Fire Department Training Program is the culmination of years of innovation, building on the experiences and lessons learned of untold numbers of firefighters, both from Victor and other departments. The current training standard has been evolving since the year 2000 and continues to adapt to today’s firefighting needs.