On Tuesday evening 10/29/19, at approximately 9:04 PM, the members of the East Greenbush Fire Department were alerted by
the County Dispatch Center for a mutual aid request for a comfirmed structure fire in the Castleton fire district. Engine 7 and Engine 8 responded to
the Fire along with Asst Chief Forgea.
On Sunday, September 8th, the East Greenbush Fire Company celebrated
the 20th Annual Life Member’s Day. Several Life Members gathered under the Chief Frank Becker Memorial Pavilion
to enjoy an afternoon of camaraderie.
East Greenbush Fire Company President Michael F. Lansing II proudly
announces the recipients of the Barbara J. Lehmann Memorial Scholarship Program for 2019. Through the
Barbara J. Lehmann Memorial Scholarship Program,
the East Greenbush Fire Company provides scholarship grants to qualified applicants seeking to advance
their education in their chosen field of study.
8/16/2019 Mutual Aid during storm in Defreestville.
On Friday evening, at approximately 6:40PM, at the height of a severe thunderstorm, the members of the East Greenbush Fire Department were alerted by
the County Dispatch Center for a mutual aid request for an Alarm drop at 405 Jordan Road in the Defreestville fire district.[...]
7/16/2019 Presentation of Service awards to members of the East Greenbush Fire Company.
At the company meeting tonight, President Mike Lancing
presented five company members with service awards after their retirement from their careers in public service.
Chris Lavin was recognized for 47 years of service with the East Greenbush Police Department,
Tom Kennedy was recognized for 35 years of service with the East Greenbush Town Water Department,
Eric Cullum was recognized for 31 years of service with the New York State Police,
and George Forgea was recognized for 28 years of service with the East Greenbush Town Highway Department. Not pictured is Tom Gullo who was
recognized for 39 years of service with the Amtrak locomotive repair facility in Rensselaer NY.
7/9/2019 Hydrant Drill
East Greenbush Fire District No. 3 took advantage of warm summer weather
to practice our skills hooking up to hydrants and deploying fire streams.