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Sat. Oct 31st 2015
Halloween 2015

Our biggest and most successful Halloween event yet!  More than 1,000 kids of ALL ages came thru our a-mazing, but not s...

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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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Traffic Incident Safety Class
Thu. Nov 11th 2010

On November 11th, 2010 members of the SVFA attended a training session in Traffic Incident Management and Highway Safety.  The course was taught by instructor Steve Coulon of the Connecticut Fire Academy.  Topics covered:  safe highway response, proper apparatus positioning on Interstate Highways and Local Roads, proper use of scene lighting, and use of cones and/or flares.  Several case studies were used throughout the class to highlight the dangers of operating on roads. 

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Southbury Volunteer Firemen's Association, Inc.
461 Main Street South or PO Box 911
Southbury, CT 06488
Non-Emergency: 203-262-0615
Emergency: 911
Keep your distance from any downed power line, and report it to the police or fire department. Treat all wires ? even those that are hanging or downed ? as if they are "live" (energized). Don't drive over downed lines, and if a downed line is in or near w...
Accidents involving electricity can have tragic outcomes. At CL&P, safety is always the first priority. CL&P takes this approach on behalf of our employees, their families and friends, our neighbors and the 1.2 million customers we serve in 149 communitie...
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...