Madison County Fire Department

Find Madison County New York fire departments, city fire stations, firefighters, brigades, chiefs, inspectors, marshals, and local volunteers. Fire departments provide information on fire risk assessment, permits, fire alarms, and safety guidance.


Brookfield Fire Department 10516 Main St Brookfield NY 13314 315-899-6262


Camp Georgetown Fire Response Town PO Box 48 Georgetown NY 13072 315-837-4446

Cazenovia Fire Department 127 Albany Street Cazenovia NY 13035 315-655-2834

Cazenovia Fire Department 127 East Center Street Canastota NY 13032 315-655-2834

Chittenango Fire Department 417 Genesee Street Chittenango NY 13037 315-687-6424

Earlville Fire Department 8 North Main Street Earlville NY 13332 315-691-2211

Eaton Fire Department PO Box 52 Eaton NY 13334 315-684-3817

Erieville Fire Department 3653 Eaton Brook Road Erieville NY 13061 315-662-7375

Hamilton Fire Department 121 Lebanon Street Hamilton NY 13346 315-824-2460

Hubbardsville Fire Department Green Rd Hubbardsville NY 13355 315-691-2727

Lincoln Volunteer Fire Department 7224 Old County Road Canastota NY 13032 315-697-9809

Morrisville Fire Department 3 Union Street Morrisville NY 13408 315-684-3214

Munnsville Fire Department 5210 South Main Street Munnsville NY 13409 315-495-5401

New Woodstock Fire District 2636 Mill Street New Woodstock NY 13122 315-662-7255

North Brookfield Volunteer Fire Department 9199 Main Street North Brookfield NY 13418 315-861-2931

North Chittenango Volunteer Fire Company 1699 Eyler Rd Chittenango NY 13037 315-687-6529

Oneida Castle Fire Department Non 3989 Sholtz Road Oneida NY 13421 315-363-4406

Oneida Fire Department 109 North Main Street Oneida NY 13421 315-363-1020

Smithfield Fire Department 4581 Peterbor Rd Peterboro NY 13134 315-684-3220

Wampsville Volunteer Fire Company N Court St Wampsville NY 13163 315-363-5810

What is a Fire Department?

A fire department is an emergency services agency entrusted with responsibility for firefighting services in a particular area. The line of hierarchy in a fire department begins with a fire chief who is the top-ranking officer in command. Lower-ranking officers include an assistant chief, battalion chief, captain, and lieutenant, as well as paramedics and firefighters.

Fire departments with member firefighters and volunteers serve their communities by ensuring safety during fires and also natural disasters. They help with prevention by providing fire-risk assessments, building permits, fire alarms, and safety education. As first response teams, firefighters are trained and equipped to handle medical emergencies. Some fire departments also have their own ambulance services.