Elected Officials
Assessment
Town Court
Town Clerk
Planning Board
Town Board
Zoning
Highway
Meeting Minutes
Legal Notices
Forms
Assessment Roll

Transfer Station
Calendar
Library
Fire Department
Community
Historian
Home

 

 

PAVILION FIRE DEPARTMENT
11302 SOUTH LAKE ROAD
PO BOX 156
PAVILION, NY 14525
Phone: 585-584-3232  /Fax: 585-584-8301/Email: pfd801@yahoo.com

 

2012 Officers

President Doug Wright    Cell: 585-738-8783
Chief Paul Dougherty  Phone: 585-584-3796  Cell:585-356-8734
1st. Assistant Chief: Chad Freeman  Phone: 585-584-8437 Cell: 585-721-8310
2nd Assistant Chief Sean Vogt    Cell: 585-813-6320
Fire Police Captain Doug Wright   Cell: 585-738-8783
Rescue Squad Captain Bill Carrigan   Cell: 585-329-0455
Fire Commissioner Chairman Jeff Finch   Cell: 585-356-1133
Building Rental Chairman Robert Brown  Phone: 585-584-3480  
     
     


Monthly meeting are held on the 2nd Monday of every month at 7:30 PM.

Any person interested in joining the Fire Department can obtain an application from any fire department member.

 

To rent the building please contact Robert Brown 585-584-3480.

 

Burn Law:
Effective on October 14, 2009, all open burning is prohibited in New York with several exceptions including the following:

  • Campfires less than 3 feet in height and 4 feet in length, width or diameter are  allowed.
  • Small cooking fires are allowed.
  • Fires cannot be left unattended and must be fully extinguished.
  • Only charcoal or clean, dry, untreated or unpainted wood can be burned.
  • Ceremonial or celebratory bonfires are allowed.
  • In towns with a total population less than 20,000, you may burn tree limbs with attached leaves. The limbs must be less than 6 inches in diameter and 8 feet in length (also referred to as brush). However, this is not allowed from March 16 through May 14 due to the increased risk of wildfires.
  • Open burning of residential wastes in any city or village, or in any town with a population of 20,000 or more has been prohibited since 1972.

Burning trash is now prohibited statewide in all cases. Our existing incinerator rule already prohibits burning household trash in wood stoves, fireplaces, and outdoor wood boilers. DEC recommends that you recycle all appropriate materials (such as newspaper, paper, glass and plastic) and compost your organic kitchen and garden waste.