Important Dates:  
  April 22nd
   - Our 200th Birthday!
  August 20th
   - Antique Fire Apparatus
     Muster on Cdga. Lake.
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Canandaigua Fire Department Celebrates 200 Years
     The City of Canandaigua is located in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York, and April 22, 2016 marks the Canandaigua Fire Department's 200th Anniversary.

     Please help us celebrate the stories and the collective history of more than 2,400 men and women who have fought fires and responded to so many other emergencies.
    Canandaigua Fire Department's South Main Street Station.
Antique Fire Apparatus Muster on Canandaigua Lake
     As part of the Canandaigua Fire Department's 200th Anniversary, we will be hosting an

Antique Fire Apparatus Muster

Saturday, August 20th
on Lakeshore Drive near Muar St.
For more information contact Bob Case
or call Bob at 585-704-6015

Pre Registrations are requested
Download the Registration Form and Flyer
Celebrate the past..... Be a part of our future
     Join Our Family
     Be a part of the Canandaigua Fire Department's future and join the thousands of others who have proudly called themselves Canandaigua firemen and firewomen.

     For more information on how you can become a member of our Canandaigua Fire Family, Contact us at (585) 396-5050 or download our Application for Membership from the City of Canandaigua's web site.
Canandaigua Fire Equipment from the past 200 years
Erina Hose 1843 Hand Pumper

Erina's Hose Wagon circa. 1885

Erina's 1917 White Chemical truck
Erina's 1931 American La France

1955 Seagraves

1971 Young-Ford dedication 1971
1987 KME Feb. 1987 dedication

2003 Crimson dedication Jan. 2004

13 Niagara St. circa. 1990
     The illustrations below were hand painted by Don Ford, and can be seen in person at the Canandaigua Fire Station on South Main Street..
     This drawing recognizes the ultimate sacrifice of Canandaigua firefighter John Cochrane, who died April 30, 1924, of injuries sustained on a fire call. Photo courtesy of Canandaigua Fire Dept..
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