Chief 21-0

1st Asst. Chief 21-01

2nd Asst. Chief 21-02

Captain 21-03

​Lieutenant 21-04

Lieutenant 21-05

Lieutenant 21-06


President

Vice President

Treasurer

Secretary

​Assistant Secretary

Board Members 





   2019 Leadership   

proudly serving the Town of Phelps, New York

Gene Walters

Matt Eldridge

Aaron Newton

Brandon DeBaere

Don Phillips

Brandon Frere

Tim DeBaere


Brandon Frere

Aaron Newton

Phil Frere

Julie DeBaere

David Nieskes

Howard Hughson

Scot Tyman

Ron Nieskes

Maggie Almekinder

Stacey Caves​

Our District

PHELPS Fire Department

about our fire department

We are a 100% volunteer, non-profit organization that provides emergency services to a portion of the Town of Phelps, located in Ontario County, NY.

 

The membership of the department includes firefighters, emergency medical technicians, a Chief, two assistant Chiefs, a Captain, three Lieutenants, a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, and Treasurer. Aside from the day to day operations of the department, there are also volunteers that take care of the fire hall, fundraising, parades, and other community activities.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

If you are interested in serving your community by becoming a firefighter and/or an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), please contact us today.  The training and time that it takes to volunteer can be demanding, however it is a great way to serve the community in which you live.

Ready to Volunteer?

Download, complete, and bring the application to the fire house on Monday evenings at 7:00pm to get started, or e-mail it to webmaster@phelpsfire.org

Phelps Fire Department Response Area

This section of the website is undergoing construction.  If you have historical photos, and/or information, please feel free to send it to webmaster@phelpsfire.org

History of the Phelps Fire Department

"Old Ocean no. 1"

The original "Old Ocean No. 1" fire pumper, in service in Phelps, NY from 1864 to 1899, previously owned by the Geneva FD. It was sold to Hingham, MA in 1900 and they used it for parades, shows and musters. It now is in its permanent home at the FDNY Fire Museum in Manhattan.  Photos by Phelps Historian & Oaks Corners FD Member Chris Tiffany.