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Union Vale Fire District

Union Vale Fire District, September 14

We provide service not only to the Town of Union Vale, but also work closely with our Mutual Aid Departments to serve you as quickly and efficiently as possible.

We employ the services of Empress EMS to handle our EMS calls. This is done to help serve you, the residents of the Town of Union Vale.

Our department has a roster of 58 volunteer members, and we respond to over 700 fire and EMS calls ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Snow Thrower Safety

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants you and your family to be safe when using snow throwers. CPSC has received reports of injuries with snow throwers, including finger amputations. Injuries most frequently occur when consumers tried to clear the auger/collector or discharge chute with their hands. 

People have died after becoming caught in the machine. Others have died from carbon monoxide poisoning resulting from leaving the engine running in an enclosed space.

CPSC offers the following safety tips for using snow throwers:

• Stop the engine and use a long stick to unclog wet snow and debris from the machine. Do not use your keep hands to unclog a snow thrower. 

• Always keep hands and feet away from all moving parts. 

• Never leave the machine running in an enclosed area. 

• Add fuel to the tank outdoors before starting the machine; don’t add gasoline to a running or hot engine. Always keep the gasoline can capped, and store gasoline out of the house and away from ignition sources. 

• If you have an electric-powered snow thrower, be aware of where the power cord is at all times. 

Most snow thrower injuries happen when consumers try to clear snow from the discharge chute or debris from the auger/collectors. Always stop the engine before attempting to clear snow and debris from any part of the snow thrower.










     The UVFD will hold its annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Monday, Sept. 11, 6 pm in Verbank (across from firehouse).

      If inclement weather, it will be held indoors at the firehouse. 3373 Rt. 82



     The UVFD will hold their annual 


      Monday, May 29, 2023

      9 a.m. On-the-Green, Verbank



  NEW - If you wish to make a donation to the Fire Company, please visit www.paypal.me/UVFC

                   For Rescue Squad - www.paypal.me/UVRS

                   Thank you in advance!

 Join Us!
 The Union Vale Fire District serves just fewer than 5000 residents living in the Town of Union Vale.

 We have approximately 65 volunteer firefighters, fire police, EMTs, and drivers, not to mention the auxiliary who support them.

 Help us continue as a volunteer organization by donating a portion of your time to your community.

 All training and equipment is provided at no cost to the  volunteer.

 Please visit one of the stations (Verbank or Clove) on any Monday night, 7-9 pm, during the weekly Truck Check.


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