If you would like to request a in home fire inspection the Farmington VFD will make arrangements for one of our Firefighters to come and walk through your home with you and check for any hidden fire hazards as well as answer any questions you or your family may have about fire prevention. To request a inspection you can call the Fire Station @ (724) 329-5513 or send an email to email@example.com we will work around your schedule to make sure we can get your inspection done promptly.
Please remember to test your smoke detector once a month and change the batteries every 6 months.
Also Christmas is coming please be aware of hidden fire hazards that come with decorating for the season.
With winter upon us also have your furnace serviced by a professional repair company as well as your chimney cleaned.
Sunday July 14th 2019, Memorial Service 3:00 p.m. At the St. Joan of Arc Church 3523 National Pike, Farmington , Pa. 15437
Sunday July 14th 2019, Past President's Banquet- Hosted by Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, 1001 Lafayette Dr. Farmington, Pa. 15437, HorDeVours and Social Hour at 5pm, Dinner at 6pm
Monday July 15th 2019, Battle of the Barrel, 6pm at the Farmington VFD
Tuesday July 16th 2019, Tug of War and Fire Truck Pull, 6pm at the Farmington VFD
Wednesday July 17th 2019, Stationary Hose Lay, 6pm,,,,,,,,,, Kids Battle of the Barrel, 7:30 pm
Thursday July 18th 2019, Gear Scramble and Forcible Entry Drill, 6pm,,,,,,,, Kids Bicycle Races and Pedal Power Tractor Pulls 7:30pm
Friday July 19th 2019, Bucket Brigade, 6pm,,,,,,, Kids Bucket Brigade 7:30 pm,,,,, Elliotsville Road Band on Stage
Saturday July 20th 2019 Annual Meeting at 10am at the Farmington VFD Social Hall, 12pm Lunch and Election of Officers, 1pm Meeting Reconvenes
Saturday July 20th 2019 Convention Parade Line up at 3:00 pm Parade Starts at 4pm,, Demolition Derby at 7:00 pm in the Fire Dept. Arena
To help offset the rising cost of heating bills at our Fire Station we decided to install a Outdoor Wood Furnace to heat our Station and our Firehall. We have (3) three fuel oil furnaces in our building, this outdoor burner is tied into all (3) three by radiators supplied by hot water that is heated by our outdoor wood and coal burner. The outdoor burner has saved us alot of money normally spent to buy fuel oil, plus the constant heat in the building has made our station much warmer than the oil furnace ever did. With little upkeep on the burner and fixing the fire morning and night, this purchase has turned out to be one of the best investments we ever made at our Fire Station.