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Thu. Dec 10th 2020
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Harris Hill Firefighters responded to the intersection of Main St. and Harris Hill Rd. for a car accident at the intersection.

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Wed. Dec 9th 2020
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Harris Hill Firefighters were dispatched to a report of a kitchen fire at 645 pm 12-9-2020. When firefighters arrived on location, the fire was out. The cause of the fire was an air fryer. Firefighter...
Tue. Aug 11th 2020
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Harris Hill Firefighters responded at 3:53am to reports of the outside of the structure burning on Capstone Circle. Firefighters arrived to find a fire on the porch extending up the structure. Firefig...
Fri. Jun 26th 2020
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Crews responded this morning to a report of a car fire in the Transitown Plaza. The gasoline fueled fire was quickly extinguished and all units returned in service within the hour.
Mon. Mar 16th 2020
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Harris Hill Firefighters have just returned from a fire that caused major damage at Buffalo Joes Cafe, in the Harris Hill Plaza at 8611 Main St. Upon arrival, it was evident that the fire had been bur...
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Sun. May 23rd 2021
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Our firefighters are training with the members of Main Transit Fire Department this morning. They are working together on several live-fire evolutions. We do joint trainings to practice our teamwork s...
Fri. Mar 5th 2021
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Clarence Pharmacy utilized our meeting room to administer over 400 first COVID vaccine doses to community members over the age of 65! We are grateful to be able to provide the space to our community p...
Wed. Sep 16th 2020
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Tonights drill is all hands on stations. Firefighters had an opportunity to review various rescue tools as part one of a two part drill opportunity. Next week we will take a trip to an auto salvage ya...
Sat. Mar 7th 2020
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On 3-7-2020 Harris Hill joined our Clarence and Town Line Fire Department friends for a joint training drill at the Town Line training facility on Broadway. We started out at 0810 hrs with the temp. a...
Sat. Feb 22nd 2020
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On Saturday February 22, 2020 Harris Hill had its annual Ice water Rescue Drill, a lot of sun but very cold and a biting wind. thanks to all that participated

 

 


Check this out! A group of wonderful boys and girls stopped by our firehouse April 28th to drop off these nice thank you signs. 

A special shout-out to Cub Scout Pack 93 for making these for us. We truly appreciate it!

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 Neighbors helping Neighbors.

 Help Wanted! 

If you live in, or near the Harris Hill Fire Protection District and want to be part of a rewarding volunteer organization, we want to hear from you.

Fire Chief Steve Pollard can be reached by email at the following address: chief@hhvfc.com

Please click the link below to learn more about HHVFC

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Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company explorer post 114

                                                                           

 

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***We accept members ages 14 and above. The Explorer Post is limited to those ages 14-18. Those older than age 18, qualify for active membership, and should message us to join today!

Calling all 14-16-year-olds in Clarence and Williamsville, are you interested in trying something new? Want to face different challenges? Want to embark on a challenging and rewarding journey? Our program offers free training, college scholarships and tuition reimbursement, community service hours, and the opportunity to serve your community in a rewarding way! If this looks interesting to you give us a try. The Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company explorer post 114 is currently looking to recruit you. Please private message us, or apply today at hhvfc.com!

If you're 16-18 don't worry we have an outstanding Junior Firefighter program that also teaches you everything you need to know how to be a safe and effective firefighter! If you choose to give us a try you won't regret it, benefits range from building great teamwork skills, communication skills, and making new friends that will last a lifetime. And for those high schoolers out there scrambling and looking for community service hours this is a great opportunity, you get a ton of service hours, but most importantly you gain the satisfaction of helping people in your community. If you're interested or have any questions feel free to reach out to us at chief@hhvfc.com


                                                                                     

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