2024 Call Stats
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Total 0

2023 Call Stats
January 31
February 37
March 25
April 40
May 45
June 40
July 38
August 36
September 42
October 61
November 45
December 40
Total 480

2022 Call Stats
January 46
February 25
March 42
April 39
May 32
June 49
July 24
August 41
September 37
October 48
November 36
December 57
Total 476

2021 Call Stats
JAN 26
FEB 27
MAR 49
APR 28
MAY 32
JUN 35
JUL 58
AUG 30
SEP 35
OCT 33
NOV 37
DEC 53
Total 443

2020 Call Stats
JAN 30
FEB 39
MAR 21
APR 25
MAY 22
JUN 20
JUL 45
AUG 36
SEP 53
OCT 38
NOV 38
DEC 16
Total 383

2019 Call Stats
JAN 40
FEB 34
MAR 31
APR 28
MAY 37
JUN 18
JUL 54
AUG 38
SEP 43
OCT 51
NOV 45
DEC 33
Total 452

2018 Call Stats
JAN 52
FEB 35
MAR 32
APR 54
MAY 38
JUN 27
JUL 37
AUG 45
SEP 60
OCT 41
NOV 29
DEC 34
Total 484

2017 Call Stats
JAN 27
FEB 35
MAR 30
APR 38
MAY 43
JUN 35
JUL 33
AUG 35
SEP 50
OCT 40
NOV 26
DEC 34
Total 426

Past Call Stats
2023 480
2022 476
2021 443
2020 383
2019 452
2018 484
2017 426
2016 420
2015 480
2014 450
2013 475
2012 476
2011 421
2010 302
2009 328

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Wind Storm Brings A Busy Night For Canton Fire

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, January 10

With the first storm of the new year in the books, members are thankful for a day or two of calm. Canton Fire personnel began staffing the fire station at 6 pm on Tuesday. Our first call came in at 9:34 pm. Over the next 15 hours the department was dispatched to 26 incidents. In addition, members stopped multiple times responding to, or returning from, the dispatched calls to remove road hazards that ... (Full Story)


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Car-Pedestrian Accident On Main Street

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, December 08

Canton Fire, Canton Rescue, Canton Police, and County Car 4 were alerted at 2237 hrs to a report of someone in the roadway on Main Street near the intersection of Riverside drive yelling for help and possibly struck by a vehicle. Units were on scene in minutes to find 2 persons laying in the road, injured. The victims were being cared for by members of the Ogdensburg Volunteer Rescue Squad, who had ... (Full Story)


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Fire Chief Robert Crowe, November 21

At 1834 hours, Canton Fire, along with Canton Rescue and Canton PD, were dispatched to a reported car fire at the Mountain Mart on East Main Street. Captain Dan Holcomb was on scene within 2 minutes reporting a fully involved car fire parked in front of the Mountain Mart threatening the building. Assistant Chief Shawn McGregor and Chief Bob Crowe arrived right after Captain Holcomb and deployed the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Working Fire On Dies Street

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, October 17

At 1753 hours Canton Fire, Canton Rescue, and County Car 4 were dispatched to the residence across from 25 Dies Street for a reported house fire. Assistant Chief McGregor (4-2) went enroute and was advised by Canton PD officer on scene that they had a working fire. Captain Gavin arrived and gained access to the house and performed a quick primary search of the first floor to verify no one was home ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Pre K class visiting the Fire Station
Pre K class visiting the Fire Station

Fire Prevention Week Concludes at Banford School

Fire Prevention Officer Dan Aldous, October 13

All week long the Canton Fire Department has been celebrating Fire Prevention Week with station tours with Banford School Pre K and Kindergarten students. In school assemblies with first through forth grades, all grades learned about having two ways out, creating a meeting place, sysying low (smoke goes up so we go down), when to call 911, and most of all what a firefighter looks and sounds like. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Fire Prevention Continues

Firefighter Dan Aldous, October 10

It's officially Fire Prevention Week and on Tuesday October 10th Fire Prevention Officer Aldous and Firefighter Drew Johnson put on an assembly at Canton's Banford School for first and second graders! First graders watched a video on the 3 P's of Fire Safety "Planning, Practice and Prevention." All students learned two ways out of their home, the meaning of EXIT signs in public buildings, creating ... (Full Story & Photos)

3 P's of Fire Safety
3 P's of Fire Safety

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Firefighter Dan Aldous, October 02

On September 28th, children from Canton Head Start visited the Canton Fire Station to start off Fire Prevention 2023. Fire Prevention Office Dan Aldous, Firefighter Drew Johnson and Firefighter Erik Johnson showed the kids fire trucks and Ambulances as well as a variety of hand tools. The kids were excited to see the interior of the fire trucks, especially the Ambulances, where patients are treated ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Tree on Fire on Route 68

2nd Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Kroeger, July 22

At 1146 Canton Fire, Canton Rescue and Car 4 were dispatched for a tree on fire at 1612 State Highway 68. Assistant Chief Kroeger notified dispatch that he was in route to the scene. Canton Rescue stood by at their station. Chief Kroeger arrived on scene with the homeowner informing that there was a tree on fire in the woods near his backyard. Investigation found that the there was a dead tree smoldering ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Kroeger, June 19

Canton Fire was honored to be able to help the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Office (in conjunction with SUNY Canton) with their annual Basic Corrections Officer Training Academy. This academy follows the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) guidelines for basic training for county corrections officers in New York State. The academy is approximately 4 weeks long and teaches ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Busy Training Night

Canton Fire Department, June 08

Members were busy training tonight at the Island Park on several aspects of water supply operations including use of portable pumps, dump tank setup, transition from tank water to draft, and master stream operation.... (Full Story & Photos)

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