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Sat. Mar 8th 2014
Girl Scouts Donate Cookies

Today a Girl Scout Troop donated some cookies to the Firehouse. Firefighters Taylor Wilson-Verbickas and Daniel Gaipa were th...

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Sun. Jan 6th 2013
Pancake Breakfast for Sandy Hook

The Southbury Volunteer Fireman's Association held a Pancake Breakfast to support Sandy Hook, CT.  Being mutual aid part...

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Mon. Dec 31st 2012
Flowers For Sandy Hook

On the weekend of Saturday December 22 and Sunday December 23 a few members of the SVFA got together to sell green and white ...

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Featured Photos-A look at unpublished archive photos of the Southbury Volunteer Fire Department.


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May-1571
Apr-1554
Mar-1556
Feb-1564
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Dec-1451
Nov-1457
Oct-1455
Sep-1442
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Contact Information
Southbury Volunteer Firemen's Association, Inc.
461 Main Street South or PO Box 911
Southbury, CT 06488
Non-Emergency: 203-262-0615
Emergency: 911
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Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless and tasteless, but very toxic. Whether you heat your home with oil, natural gas, propane, coal or wood, your heating system can produce carbon monoxide (CO) if it is not working properly or if it is inadequately vent...
Since 1940, the Southbury Training School (STS) Fire Department & Emergency Medical Services has served residents, staff and visitors throughout the STS campus. Over the years, it has evolved into the department it is today. The STS Fire Department is not...
Knowing what to do in the event of a fire is particularly important for older adults. At age 65, people are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. And with our numbers growing every year - in the United State...