Today York Village Fire hosted a regional firefighter I & II program for the hands on practical portions of “Water Supply” and “Hose, Nozzles, Streams, and Foam” this is the final 8 hours of a 16 hour portion of the 240 hour certification program. York Village has one firefighter enrolled in the program. Students come Read More →

W6 12-3-2014

Today is a very sad day……this is the 15th anniversary of a disastrous fire which was started in an abandoned cold storage warehouse by a couple of squatters who tipped over a candle during an argument. The fire went on to claim the lives of 6 extremely brave and dedicated Worcester firefighters. These firefighters entered Read More →


Join us on Saturday, December 6th at York Hannaford for the 2nd Annual Toys for Tots Fill-A-Fire Truck event.  Bring your new unwrapped toy to Hannaford all day on Saturday and help us stuff two fire trucks.  Last year’s event was a huge success, and with your help we can do it again!     Read More →


To assist with the Traffic Incident Management System (TIMS) training we do each year, two members took some time this week and created a new training prop.  Firefighters Josh Allen and Ryan Michel used some scrap plywood and built a scale “city” for the members to use.  FF Allen supplied some cars and trucks from Read More →


The York Village Fire Department will never forget that warm late summer’s day in 2001. 343 FDNY firefighters were killed when the World Trade Center buildings collapsed after airplanes were flown into them in an act of terror. Please remember the members who made the supreme sacrifice that day. NEVER FORGET THE 343!!!!!!

8-16-14 98th firemen's field day (1)

Well, another year is in the books for Firemen’s field day!! Wow, did we have a great time too!! The weather was cool and the afternoon started to become a little bit overcast, but the weather held out and it was a very comfortable day. The parade was noisy and the crowds along the parade Read More →


July 4, 1974, was a day that most families were spending together enjoying the holiday. Several York Firefighters were enjoying each others company at a cookout at  one of the member’s houses. The social aspect of the volunteer fire service has always been held in high regard by the men and women of York Village Read More →


We want to send the best of wishes to Dispatcher Linda Dion of the York Police Department.  She started her career as a Dispatcher in 1973 with the Ogunquit Police Department and soon moved over to York Police.  She has dispatched many large fires in the Town of York in her years and she will Read More →