Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Co., Inc.
4591 Lake Shore Road
Hamburg, NY 14075
The Lake Shore Volunteer Fire Company, Inc. is a not for profit corporation staffed by 100% volunteers, operating in the Town of Hamburg, Erie County, New York, along the beautiful shores of Lake Erie.
Our Fire Company is proud to provide Fire Protection, Emergency Medical Services, Rescue and Fire Safety Education for the residents and businesses of the Lake Shore Fire Protection District, which is 7.5 square miles and has some 12,300 residents. The District includes 3,500 single to three family homes and 234 Commercial/Industrial properties which includes apartment complexes.
Protection is provided by two stations. The Rogers Station at the corner of Rogers Rd and Rt. 5, and the Amsdell Station at the corner of Amsdell Rd and Rt. 20. Our apparatus includes two (2) pumpers, a Rescue Pumper, Light Rescue, Special Rescue, Ambulance and Chief’s Vehicles.
The Hall and Pavillion rentals have been suspended due to the pandemic. We will update this message when they are available again.
PLEASE BE SAFE &
CHECK YOUR SMOKE AND CO DETECTORS!
PLEASE HELP US KEEP FIRE HYDRANTS CLEAR OF SNOW
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