The Honeoye Falls Fire Department is a volunteer organization comprised of dedicated men and women who are generous with their time and are passionate about helping others. Members spend hundreds of hours each year training, maintaining specialized equipment, and responding to emergencies. The organization is also very active in the community and hosts or supports many local events and functions. Since 1885, HFFD has been providing fire and rescue services to Honeoye Falls and its surrounding areas.
The Honeoye Falls Fire Department has been there to support our neighbors, often on their worst day.
Honeoye Falls Fire Department Fleet.
Our in house emergency apparatus equipment.
Second or third out on structure calls based on command guidance. Second out on rescue calls involving low/high angle rescue or when needed in a neighboring department.
This pumper/ladder truck seats 6, carries 300 gals water, aerial device is 105ft long, ladder is pre-piped and can flow 1000 gpm, booster line for chimney or trash fires, hand tools, and ventilation tools.
First to respond for motor vehicle accidents, any rescue calls and second to respond to structure fire calls.
This rescue pumper truck sits 6, carries 1000 gals of water, extrication tools (Jaws of Life), swift and Iie water rescue equipment, 1 ¾ inch by 2 1/2 inch by 5 inch hose and hand tools.
First to respond to structure fire calls or mutual aid to another department. Second to respond to rescue calls.
This pumper seats 6, carries 1000 gals of water, RIC equipment, back up “Jaws”, 1 ¾ inch by 2 1/2inches by 5 inch hose, and hand tools.
Typically used for EMS responses but also water problems, traffic details and transporting manpower. Pulls the trailer that hauls our UTV.
This squad seats 4, EMS equipment and water pumps.
UTV is used for off road rescues and transportation of fire equipment to remote sites, field and forest fires. Trailer can be used as a command center.
This UTV seats 2, can carry 50 gals of water, forestry hose, and EMS equipment.
Trailer can be used as a command center for long term, multi department operations and additional Ice & Swift Water rescue suits.
HF Fire Department Upcoming Events
I know we haven't had much snow,
but please keep hydrants accessible
Having a large gathering?
We have rentable grounds.