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The City’s organized Fire Department dates back to 1886 and has been protecting the City of Beacon since the its establishment in 1913.
The combined volunteer and career Fire Departments provide fire and rescue services with a staff of 13 full-time career firefighters, approximately 26 volunteer firefighters and three support personnel.
The Fire Department operates out of three firehouses that accommodate five fire apparatuses. Two of the City’s firehouses are in beautiful historic buildings.
The Department responds to more than 1,600 runs per year, while being designated as having the fastest response time in Dutchess County. The City of Beacon Fire Department is part of Battalion 7 of the Dutchess County Emergency Response Unit.
Mase Hook and Ladder
Three story 1911 station house at 425 Main Street
Beacon Engine, Station 1
Historic 1889 station house at 57 East Main Street
Lewis Tompkins Hose, Station 2
The city’s newest 1982 station at 13 South Avenue