Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021
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Harris Hill Firefighters responded Wednesday evening at 1835 hrs, to 5175 Main St, Town BMW car dealership, for a car fire that started as the result of an accident. Firefighters extinguished the fire...
Saturday, September 18th, 2021
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9/18/21- at 0430, Clarence Center 2 Alarm Fire at 5505 Thompson Road
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3-Alarm Commercial Structure Fire at 120 Earhart Drive in Amherst
Tuesday, July 20th, 2021
From FBNY, Audio Credit to Erie Co. Fire Wire Main-Transit Firefighters responded on 7/20/21 at 1625 Hrs for a report of a structure fire on Earhardt Dr. at Premium PPE. Fire Inspector 5 went on locat...
Tuesday, December 14th, 2021
It is with great sorrow that the Swormville Fire Company reports the passing of firefighter badge number 017, Michael Stafford, on December 13th, 2021 . Michael has served the Swormville Fire Company ...
Monday, November 29th, 2021
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Every year Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company and the Harris Hill Exempts donate the necessary funds and partners with Dashes Market, Dashes provides the food bag and a turkey for 15 families, Little ...
Wednesday, November 17th, 2021
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Harris Hill gained 10 new interior firefighters last night as they completed the NYS Interior Firefighter Operations class! These members put in extensive hours training to ensure they are ready to se...
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
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On November 3rd 2021 Harris Hill VFC held a dedication of: "Red:" the Fire Dog at Little Red Schoolhouse, read the article from the Clarence Bee

Please clear your closest Fire Hydrant, we have had a heavy snow fall so far this morning and there is more coming. If you don't have to go out today, stay home where it's warm, dry and safe. The Town of Clarence Highway Department and the Erie County Highway Department have their plows out trying to maintain the roads and keep up with the snow. The less vehicles on the road will make their jobs much easier!
With the heavy winds blowing the snow around your homes, make sure your vent pipes for your furnaces and hot water tanks, as well as your dryer vents are clear and not covered by snow drifts. Blocked pipes will cause issues and create preventable hazards. Also, if you have a fire hydrant near you and you are able to, please help us by digging it out.

Please clean your car off! 


Congratulations to our 2022 elected officers:

Chief- Steve Pollard

1st Assistant Chief- John Moulin III

2nd Assistant Chief- Kevin Swann

1st Captain- Edward Schmitt

2nd Captain- Joe Saletta

3rd Captain- Eric Sutherland

4th Captain- Matt Pallotta

EMS Captain- Ethan Moncher

President- Dave Parezo

Vice-President- Dan DeJac

Treasurer- Steve Scalzo

Recording Secretary- Keli Moulin

Corresponding Secretary- Paul Szydlowski

Financial Secretary- Roger Prynn

Directors at Large- Colin Hess, Laura Schreiber, Tim Braun Jr.


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

https://www.facebook.com/wkbwtv/videos/10155398633126892/?t=7

In addition to the personal rewards of special service to the community, volunteer firefighters enjoy several tangible benefits. Tax breaks, tuition reimbursement and health checkups are only a start. You also enter an environment where you receive invaluable training, experience working with a team and leadership opportunities. You become a part of a centuries-old legacy that you can be proud of.


  

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Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company explorer post 114

                                                                           

 

Event Information:

***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


                                                                                     

Tuesday, December 14th, 2021
It is with great sorrow that the Swormville Fire Company reports the passing of firefighter badge number 017, Michael Stafford, on December 13th, 2021 .Michael has served the Swormville Fire Company for 42 years.
Monday, November 29th, 2021
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Every year Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Company and the Harris Hill Exempts donate the necessary funds and partners with Dashes Market, Dashes provides the food bag and a turkey for 15 families, Little Red Schoolhouse provides 15 turkeys and Little Red parents bring in food for 15 baskets, a total of ...
Wednesday, November 17th, 2021
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Harris Hill gained 10 new interior firefighters last night as they completed the NYS Interior Firefighter Operations class! These members put in extensive hours training to ensure they are ready to serve our community! Those who competed the class are: Raghu Madola, Brad Vespa, Patrick Fien, Justin ...
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021
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On November 3rd 2021 Harris Hill VFC held a dedication of: "Red:" the Fire Dog at Little Red Schoolhouse, read the article from the Clarence Bee

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