Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
12:40 hrs - Mutual Aid to Rosendale Fire Department, shut down State Route 32 at the intersection with the north end of Kallop Road while they operated at a tree and wires down in the roadway arcing a...
Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
10:36 hrs - Tree and Wires Down Across the Roadway, 401 Hickory Bush Road.
Tuesday, October 26th, 2021
08:53 hrs - Medical Emergency, 47 year old female, unresponsive, 220 White Port Road.
Monday, October 25th, 2021
20:29 hrs - PIAA Rollover involving 3 vehicles, New York State Thruway, mile post 83.3 south bound.
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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 ...
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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...
Thursday, October 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...
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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 ...
President's Page

    

As President of the Bloomington Fire Department I welcome you to our web page and invite you to visit our stations. The Bloomington Fire Department is proud of our history and serves the residents and visitors to the Hamlets of Bloomington and Binnewater as well as travelers passing through the district on the New York State Thruway. Our main station is located at 14 Taylor St. in the Hamlet of Bloomington and our second station is located at 48 Sawdust Ave. in the Hamlet of Binnewater. We have training every Thursday evening beginning at 7:00 PM at the Bloomington Station as well at our Line Officer's meetings at 7:00 PM and our General Business meetings beginning at 8:00 PM the first Tuesday of every month at the Bloomington Station.  Our department is involved in much more than just fire protection to the community. We participate in the Adopt A Highway Program, transport Santa around the district each year before Christmas, hold the Commitment to Kids toy raising event each year for local children, and work with local groups and assist with traffic and medical posts for area running and bicycling events. I am proud of our department and their continued support and involvement to our Community.
    Our department also works hard at recruitment and retention of members and I am proud to say we have been successful these past few years in growing our membership with several new volunteers. If you have ever thought about joining the volunteer fire service and you're just not sure if you have what it takes please feel free to contact us, visit one of our stations, talk with some of our members, see what we do and fill out an application if you wish. There is always a need for help and a job for everyone.

Sincerely,  Michael Schabot, President

 

 

 

 

 


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