The Southbury Volunteer Firemen's Association, Inc. is a private, member governed corporation, operating as a non-profit organization and is chartered for the purpose of providing emergency service to the community. Serving a rural territory which includes several miles of Interstate 84, single family homes, industrial, heavy commercial, institutional, and some multi-family occupancies. Founded in 1932, we operate out of 4 facilities, with 16 specialty fire vehicles, and 66 department members. The Department provides services including Fire Suppression, Motor Vehicle Extrication, Operations level Hazardous Materials handling, Confined Space, and Water Rescue to the community.
Continued Training Keeps Firefighters Prepared
The Southbury Volunteer Firemen’s Association has been busy the last few months with members participating in several trainings. (more)
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Volunteer Firefighters are required to display a flashing blue light to warn motorists while responding to emergencies in their personal vehicles. Although Connecticut Motor Vehicle Law does not require motorists to pull to over to the right, be courteous and let them pass.
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Be sure your house number is visible from the street.
Change the batteries in your smoke detectors twice a year.
Be the first to know about Southbury's emergencies:
Please click above and sign up for Southbury's Code Red Network. As a member of Code Red, you will be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports.
These are just some tips from Eversource. The RED CROSS has a great website with information regarding preparation. Please contact the fire department or fire marshal's office with questions.
Sparky teaches about fire safety, including escape routes, and smoke alarms. Features games and coloring pages.