Recent Calls
Fri. Jul 30th 2021
01:25 hrs - Medical Emergency, 60 year old female, severe abdominal pain, 118 Maple Hill Drive.
Tue. Jul 27th 2021
18:28 hrs - Tree on Wires, 100 Greenkill Road.
Tue. Jul 27th 2021
16:46 hrs - Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm, 743 Creek Locks Road.
Tue. Jul 27th 2021
16:04 hrs - PIAA, Mountain Road and Cedar Street.
Sat. Jul 24th 2021
16:20 hrs - Medical Emergency, 63 year old female abdominal pains, 306 Creek Locks Road.
News Headlines
Wed. Jun 16th 2021
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High Falls - Michael Hines, 84, of
High Falls and formerly of Bloomington, died Tuesday, June 15, 2021 with
his loving family by his side. Michael was born April 3, 1937 in Bronx,
NY to William ...
Thu. Jun 10th 2021
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BLOOMINGTON, N.Y. — A fire that damaged a stone house in this town of Rosendale hamlet probably was the result of renovation work being done there, the Bloomington fire chief said Monday.Joe Haf...
Thu. Oct 1st 2020
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Car believed to be speeding on Route 32 in Ulster before crashing into pole and catching fire, Sheriff's Office says TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. — A car that crashed into a pole on state Route 32 a...
Mon. Jul 20th 2020
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Bloomington Fire was called to a serious injury tractor trailer water tanker rollover on Creek Locks road. The Rosendale Fire Dept. assisted with occupant extrication and to set up a landing zone for ...
Mon. Dec 9th 2019
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High Falls - Judith A. Hines, 73, of High Falls and a former resident of Bloomington died Sunday December 8, 2019 at her home following a lengt...
About Us

Welcome to Bloomington Fire Department

     The Bloomington Fire Department was Incorporated in 1941 and is a volunteer organization which proudly protects the residents and properties in parts of the Town's of Rosendale and Ulster located in Ulster County, New York. The area protected by the Bloomington Fire District is bordered by the following fire departments: The City of Kingston Fire Department to the North, St. Remy and Rifton Fire Departments to the East, Rosendale Fire Department to the South and Cottekill, Marbletown, Hurley and Spring Lake Fire Departments to the West.

     The Bloomington Fire Department maintains two stations in the district. The main station is located at 14 Taylor St., Bloomington and currently houses one engine, one pumper tanker, one heavy rescue/pumper, one light rescue, one rescue boat and one 5 person transport vehicle. Our second station is located on Sawdust Ave., Binnewater and currently has one engine, one mini pumper and two rescue boats.

 

 

 


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