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Welcome to Middletown, NY FD
Middletown Fire Department was proud to celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2009.

Since 1859, the Middletown Fire Department has efficiently and effectively carried out its charge to prevent and extinguish fires and protect the lives of the residents and visitors of our community and to preserve their property.

The Department now safeguards a population of 25,400 people living within Middletown’s five-mile square area.

The MFD now answers well over a 1,100 calls a year; these include structure and brush fires, motor vehicle accidents, emergency medical service and rescue calls, and a variety of public service requests such as flooded cellars and, very occasionally, the legendary cat in the tree.

The average MFD response time for Middletown calls is less than 4 minutes, markedly better than the national average. The MFD also gives and receives additional emergency help and support through mutual aid arrangements with neighboring communities.

The Middletown Fire Department is a member of the Orange County Mutual Aide Battalion System in Battalion One along with Circleville FD, Howells FD, Mechanicstown FD, Otisville FD, Pocatello Fire Company, Silver Lake FD and
Washington Heights FD.


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Wreath Sale
The Officers and members of the Ontario Hose Company # 5 and the Excelsior Ladder Company would like to thank all who supported our 2016 Christmas wreath sale. It was a success!
Happy Holidays
On behalf of Chief Sam Barone and the Board of Engineers, officers and members of the Middletown Fire department, we would like to wish all a very Merry Christmas, a safe New Year and Happy Holiday's to all!
Wells Ave fire
Middletown fireman were called to a working structure fire at 13 Wells Ave here in the city just after 1 pm on Wednesday. When fireman arrived, a second alarm was immediately struck sending additional apparatus and manpower to the scene. There were no injuries reported.
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