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
2019 452
2018 484
2017 426
2016 420
2015 480
2014 450
2013 475
2012 476
2011 421
2010 302
2009 328
2008 382
2007 318
2006 322

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No Caption Residential Brush Burning Ban Takes Effect Tomorrow

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, March 15

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the annual statewide ban prohibiting residential brush burning begins March 16 and runs through May 14. Since 2009, DEC has enforced the annual brush burning ban to prevent wildfires and protect communities during heightened conditions for wildfires.

"This winter was warmer and drier than most, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Barn Fire On CR 27

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, February 09

Members were completing their annual SCBA refresher training when they were dispatched to a reported barn fire at 6600 CR 27 at 2024 hours. Engine 7, Engine 8, Rescue 1, Tanker 20, and Rescue 36 were all enroute at 2026. Assistant Chief Shawn McGregor was advised that the fire was threatening the house, whereupon he activated the Tanker Task Force. All the Canton apparatus arrived on scene at 2029 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption House Fire On USH 11

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, December 06

Multiple 911 calls for a house on fire at 6069 US Highway 11, just north of the underpass. Canton Fire, Canton Rescue, and SLC Car 4 were dispatched at 0841 hours. Sgt. Cole from the Canton Police Department was on scene momentarily and confirmed that there was flames and smoke visible. Engine 7 was responding 5 minutes later at 0846 and Assistant Chief Shawn McGregor arrived on scene at that time, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Overturned Canoe Prompts Investigation

Firefighter Nicholas Maneely, November 17

On November 17th at approximately 1629 hours, Canton Fire and Canton Rescue, along with local law enforcement, were dispatched to reports of an overturned canoe trapped on the water falls. The initial dispatch information was that a person was on the rocks as well. Chief Crowe arrived on scene at 1630 and confirmed the presence of the canoe but no person was seen. As units and personnel arrived, crews ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Kroeger, November 12

Two members have completed the NYS OFPC SCBA/Interior Firefighting Operations course. This approximately 50 hour course increases the firefighter's knowledge by building on the material taught to them in the Basic Exterior Firefighter Operations Course. Students learn to use personal protective equipment (PPE), self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), and numerous tools used by firefighters. Students ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members Have Successful Fire Prevention Week

2nd Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Kroeger, October 21

Fire Prevention Week is the longest running public health observance in the United States. The NFPA has sponsored FPW since 1922 with President Calvin Coolidge proclaiming it a National Observance in 1952. It was started in commemoration of the infamous Chicago fire in 1871 wherein Mrs. O'Leary's cow kicked over a lantern and started a fire that burned 17,000 structures and did almost $200 million ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2nd Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Kroeger, August 11

Members of the Canton Fire Department have completed their final modules in the Hazardous Materials Technician level courses. This offering is comprised of 5 modules ranging from 8 hours to 24 hours for a total of almost 84 hours of training. The completion of this training required students to travel to both the State Fire Academy in Montour Falls and to the St. Lawrence County Fire Training Center ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members Make Good Save On Stillman Drive House Fire

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, August 03

Canton Fire was dispatched at 1626 to 9 Stillman Drive for a report of a possible house fire. Chief Bob Crowe responded and arrived on scene at 1630 reporting smoke coming from the attic vents and eaves of a 2 story wood frame dwelling. Chief Crowe requested that a working fire be transmitted and National Grid be dispatched to the scene. Engine 8, operated by FF/EMT Bobbi Snyder was enroute at 1632, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Statewide Residential Brush Burning Restrictions To End

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, May 12

The NYS DEC residential brush burning restrictions are slated to end on Saturday, May 14th at 11:59 PM. Residents of the Town of Canton are reminded that a burn permit is required for any open burning (aside from cooking and camp fires). There is no cost for the permit. Residents should contact the Town Clerk's office for more information and a list of Fire Wardens who issue the permits. Residents ... (Full Story & Photos)

Canton Fire Retains ISO Class 3 Rating

Fire Chief Robert Crowe, April 27

Following a review in November of 2021, the Insurance Services Office (ISO) recently notified the Canton Fire Department that it has been giving an Public Protection Classification of 3/3Y. This rating is used by many insurers to determine fire insurance premiums in the response area. ISO collects and evaluates information from communities in the United States on their structure fire suppression ... (Full Story)


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