Look for your friendly neighborhood firefighters in Cayuga Heights this Halloween as we get into the festive spirit! We'll be strategically located around the district, looking for all ghouls and goblins.
Foreboding clouds could not keep people away from the Annual CHFD Open House.
Thank you for stopping by and learning more about your all-volunteer community fire department.
We greatly appreciate those who helped with the event to make it possible:
Bangs Ambulance, Cayuga Heights Police Department, Finger Lakes Wrecker Service, New York National Guard, Thayer Appliance, and Ben Weitsman & Son Inc.
The Annual CHFD Open House will be held on Saturday, October 3rd from 10am-2pm.
Come visit your all-volunteer, neighborhood fire department to see and experience what we do. There will be food, truck rides, demonstrations, and more!
This family-friendly event is free and open to our entire community. We hope to see you there!
September 11, 2001
The Cayuga Heights Fire Department is currently seeking dedicated volunteers. An information dinner will be held on September 18 at 7pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and to provide us with your contact information. We will send further details upon hearing from you. Please include your local address and some basic information about yourself in your email.
Early in the morning at around 4:30pm, CHFD was requested mutual-aid by IFD to
the scene of a multi house fire on the 400 block of Stewart Avenue, in the City of Ithaca.
Engine 202 and Truck 231, with full crews, assisted IFD with fire suppression throughout the morning.
Working alongside members of the Ithaca Fire Department and Lansing Fire Department, firefighters managed to prevent the spread of the fire to dangerously exposed neighboring buildings.
The fire was declared knocked-down later in the morning, and the last Cayuga Heights unit cleared the scene around 10:15am.
For the Ithaca Journal article on this incident, click here.
For the Ithaca Voice article on this incident, click here.