An extra special Thank You to the voters of York for approving both our annual budget, and the purchase of the Pumper tanker to replace two aging pieces of fire apparatus with one state of the art modern truck that will fulfill both functions. Currently we have a tanker for firefighting in rural (non-hydrant district) Read More →


At around 1:30 Friday afternoon York Dispatch sent the York Village Fire Dept. to the area of Rt. 103 near the Kittery line for a report of a possible brush fire with a large amount of smoke in the area.  First arriving units determined the fire was in a heavily wooded area of the Rachel Carson Read More →


We are proud to announce one of our big events for our 100th Anniversary Celebration.  On September 9th at 6pm we will be kicking off the 53rd Annual Maine State Federation of Fire Fighters Convention with a back road country bash at Churchill Ranch featuring Ned’s Bakes & BBQ and Southern City Band. For more Read More →


Members were dispatched to the York Harbor Inn for a Fire Alarm Activation on Monday night.  Shortly after being toned, York Dispatch updated us with a report of a strange smell in the building.  The response was upgraded, bringing in York Beach Fire.  Chief Balentine signed on scene and reported smoke in the ball room. Read More →


On today’s date 100 years ago, January 26, 1916 a tragedy struck the Town of York, Maine. Just prior to 7pm caretaker Charles Perkins discovered a fire at the Marshall House Hotel in York Harbor on Stage Neck Point. He quickly summoned the fire department, which at the time was only the York Beach fire Read More →