New Milford Fire has 1 engine, 2 tenders, 1 rescue squad, 1 rescue boat, 1 grass rig, and 2 ambulances. New Milford Fire is also a member of MABAS Division 8 and responds where ever needed, whenever needed all times of the day and night.
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New Milford Fire Protection District is a progressive all hazard emergency response agency dedicated to service. All of our members are required to obtain State of Illinois Basic Operations Firefighter Certification through the office of the State Fire Marshal (about 240 hours of training), Members are also required to maintain a minimum of Healthcare Provider CPR with AED Certification and attend an additional 12 hours of departmental training each month. About half of our members are Certified with the Illinois Department of Public Health as EMT-Basics (200 hour class) or EMT-Paramedics (about 1000 hours of Education). In addition to our minimum Training and Education Requirements all members of the New Milford Fire Protection District are required to provide 120 hours each month to cover volunteer shifts. This commitment is what allows us to provide such fantastic service to the communities we serve. If you are interested in joining our team applications are available at the fire station.
New Milford Fire Protection is dedicated to all the citizens in the community for fire protection, safety, and service. Our team is ready for any calls 24/7 to accommodate you in an emergency. We take pride in our assistance, staff, and years of experience in fire protection. It is an honor to put on the badge and serve the New Milford community and stand for our nation of fire fighters.
We honor the men and woman who have fought to serve and protect this nation. We are proud to dedicate our service to all the fallen heroes who sacrificed themselves in service. This site is dedicated to the memory of the NY Fire Department and all the men and woman who sacrificed and lost during 9.11.