Rockland County, NY - FIRE & SAFETYThe Committee to Promote Volunteerism in Rockland County Emergency Services, Inc. represents the county's 26 fire departments and 14 ambulance corps, manned by 3500 to 4000 active volunteers.
Our goal is to educate the public and increase awareness of our fire and ambulance services' reliance on volunteers. Our mission is to increase this number by recruitment or retention and to promote active involvement by businesses, government and other Rockland County organizations.
If You're Tough Enough | If You're Smart Enough | If You Care Enough to Volunteer
Some Frequently Asked Questions About VolunteeringQ: How much time does it take to be a volunteer?
A: It varies from week to week, but on the average you'll put in seven or eight hours. Many volunteers enjoy putting in more.
Q: What will my training cost?
A: It will cost you nothing. Thousands of dollars of valuable career training will be made available to you free of charge.
Q: How long will it be before I can make a genuine contribution?
A: Immediately. And your responsibilities will increase as you gain experience and training.
Q: Will I have any out-of-pocket cost?
A: No. Your uniform, equipment - even your annual physical - will be provided for free.
Q: How do I get started?
A: Just fill out our on-line volunteer form or call the Rockland County Training Center at 364-8800. We'll contact you and tell you everything you need to know about becoming a fire or rescue provider.
Remember: Behind every firefighter or rescue provider there are scores of people who support them. If you have a skill, we have a way to use it. Just give us a call, we need you!
Creative Approach Committee Officers:Chairman - Frank A. Hutton
Vice Chairman - Charlie Sharon
Treasurer - Mike Kramar
Secretary - Mike Kramar
Rockland County Volunteer Fireman's Association
Rockland County Fire Chief's Association
Rockland County Fire Police Association
Rockland County Volunteer Fireman's Association Ladies Auxiliary
Rockland County Ambulance Corp
Rockland County Fire District's Association
Rockland Business Association
Rockland County Volunteer Safety Officers Association
Tune your dial to 1640 AM FOR EMERGENCY INFORMATION
By tuning radios to the County Resident Information Station at 1640 AM, you can receive continuous information on the status of an emergency and instructions on any protective measures that may need to be taken to ensure the safety of the public.
Rockland County Citizens Information System (845) 364-8990
verbal and printed emergency preparedness information