Thornwood Fire Department
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Fri. Feb 27th 2015
Annual CPR/AED Refresher Course

TRAINED AND CERTIFIED!!Today, 2/26/2015 the Thornwood Fire Department spent the night doing our Annual CPR/AED Refresher Cour...

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Mon. Feb 23rd 2015
Ice Rescue Drill

On Sunday February 22, 2015 The Thornwood Fire Department conducted an Ice Rescue Drill at The Sutton Park Complex on Columbu...

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Sun. Jan 4th 2015
Con Edison Sub Station Fire

On January 4th, 2015 Thornwood Fire Department responded on a Dual Response with Hawthorne Fire Department to a Con Edison Su...

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Thornwood Fire Department
770 Commerce St
Thornwood, NY  10594





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The Thornwood Fire Department Wants to Remind Everyone To Be Safe With The Colder Months and Inclement Weather Approaching 

The Thornwood Fire Department is 100% Volunteer; based in The town of Mt. Pleasant, Westchester, NY. The Thornwood Fire Company has served the community for over 115 years.





The Thornwood Fire Department Consists of the Fire District's Board of Fire Commissioners. The Commissioners are the five residents elected by the voters of the Thornwood Fire District to manage the affairs of the District. The Fire Chief reports to the board and is responsible for the operation of the fire department's emergency operations, training and equipment. The Thornwood Fire Co. #1 is Comprised of approximately 75 volunteer firefighters who are the driving force behind the protection of over 2,500 homes and businesses in the 5 square mile community, with nearly 6,000 residents and many more visitors each day. We are always looking for new hero's to step forward and become part of our exciting team. Stop down any Thursday evening at 7:30PM or call (914) - 769 - 0345. Membership Starts with the Boy Scout Venturing program at ages 14-15, then Advancement to the Fire Corp Comprised of 16-17 year old members. Senior Corp membership begins at age 18.


Annual Scholarships help high school students with college tuition. Free emergency services training helps keep the community safe. There are many benefits to becoming a volunteer firefighter. There are no better reasons then being there when somebody needs emergency help.


Recent Calls
Sat. Feb 28th 2015
Commercial Alarm

Time: 09:54 HoursLocation: 465 Columbus Av, Sutton ParkUnits Operating: Engine 88, Tower Ladder 1Description o...

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Sat. Feb 28th 2015
Commercial Alarm

Time: 09:28 HoursLocation: 465 Columbus Av, Sutton ParkUnits Operating: Engine 88, Tower Ladder 1Description o...

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Fri. Feb 27th 2015
Carbon Monoxide Investigation

Time: 18:10 HoursLocation: 15 Pond Hollow CtUnits Operating: Rescue 88, Tower Ladder 1Description of Incident:...

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